Jennifer Sultz currently serves as Development Director for Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center. She previously held the Director of Development position at Chicago's A Red Orchid Theatre, working in the Chicago theatre community since 1994. From 1994 to 2010, she served in leadership positions at the Piven Theatre Workshop, stepping down from the role of Executive Director in 2010. In addition, she has worked as a freelance Event Coordinator, overseeing events for a variety of organizations in the Chicago area, including Public Allies Chicago, Second Sense, Turning Point, A Red Orchid Theatre, Chicago Improv Productions, Evanston Community Foundation and Evanston150.
Jennifer received her BA in Theatre from Grinnell College, where she still serves as Class Agent for her graduating class, assisting in reunion planning and serving as a volunteer member of the Chicago planning committee for Grinnell College’s alumni office. She has also served on the planning committee of Evanston150, a community visioning project formed to promote new initiatives in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the City of Evanston, Illinois.
Jennifer grew up within a family of artists and, in addition to her fundraising and non-profit management work, she is a visual artist, writer and illustrator. Her work is available in print and greeting card format, and by commission.