Mrs. Kim Till, Vice President for Advancement, seeks to change the prevailing view of fundraising by connecting the gift with those it benefits.
About the Contributors
Kim Till has been on the Seminary staff since 1996. She serves vice president for Advancement, and supervises the work of the Dallas Seminary Foundation. Kim has devoted over 35 years to working for charitable organizations. She began as a public relations director at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, and has served as a development director for a secondary school and a social service agency, as well as an assistant vice president for development with the Baylor Health Care System Foundation in Dallas, Texas. She was also a consultant with Cargill Associates in Fort Worth, Texas, directing capital campaigns and providing general fund‐raising counsel nationally.
Kim is a native of Florida and graduated from Jones College in Jacksonville, Florida. She has been certified as a fund‐raising professional (CFRE) since 1987 with the Association of Fund Raising Professionals (AFP), She is a speaker and seminar leader for AFP and the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). Kim and her husband, Ray, have two adult children — Kristen and Nathan (wife Shae) — and three grandchildren.