Lucy Morillo

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BLP sources Template:Like resume Lucy Morillo joined Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation in 2007 as its President. Since arriving, she revamped fundraising initiatives to help reinforce Miami Children’s Hospital’s pediatric capabilities by expanding programs that support and advance the Hospital’s mission of providing consistent care and hope to children.

Under Morillo’s guidance, the Foundation’s Diamond Ball and Private Concert[1] became its primary annual fundraiser, generating $12 million in 2008[2] for children’s healthcare.

Past Experience

Morillo previously served as Executive Director of Estate and Gift Planning at the University of Miami[3] and worked as Director of Development for the Smeal College of Business Administration at Pennsylvania State University. Bar certified in Florida, she has civil litigation experience and was an adjunct professor in the University of Miami’s Political Science Department.[4]

Community Activity

Morillo was appointed by Gov. Charlie Crist to the Florida Interagency Coordinating Council for Infants and Toddlers[5] and was a member of the Miami-Dade Planned Giving Council and is on the LEAVE A LEGACY Donor Next Door planning committee. She served on the Board of Directors for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program of Broward County; was a member of the National Society of Hispanic MBA’s Corporate Advisory Board; and belonged to the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the National Association for Female Executives.[6]

Awards

She was winner of LatinBiz Magazine’s 2008 Women of Virtue Award,[7] named to South Florida Business Leader’s roster of Women Extraordinaire,[8] named to the South Florida Business Journal's roster of Influential Business Women for 2009,[9] and led the Foundation to a Diamond Award of Business Success from the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce.[10]

Education

Morillo received her bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice and Business Law and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Pennsylvania State University. She attended Boston University and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where she earned a juris doctor.

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