Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Michigan Medicine-University of Michigan
Jocelyn Turner is an Assistant Director of Annual Giving in the Office of Development at Michigan Medicine, where she coordinates annual philanthropic support programs for the Frankel Cardiovascular Center and Mott Children’s Hospital. In addition, she has helped launch special fundraising initiatives to support Leadership Annual Giving and the Victor’s Circle recurring gift program. Prior to joining Michigan Medicine, Jocelyn served in various marketing, management, and outreach roles for organizations in the metro Detroit area, such as Detroit Public Television, Wayne State University and the American Red Cross. Most recently, she worked as the Quality Manager for Western Wayne Family Health Centers where she managed initiatives to track and improve healthcare quality metrics, acquire grant funding for women’s cancer prevention projects, and improve efficiencies in the organization’s IT department. In addition to her professional work, Jocelyn supports her community through the newly formed Harmony Village Community Council. Through this organization, she seeks to empower community members to take advantage of opportunities in commercial and economic development, economic security and wealth-building, residential stabilization and growth, mobility and sustainability, and community-building and quality of life enhancement. Jocelyn lives in Detroit's Harmony Village neighborhood with her husband and four children. She is an avid reader who enjoys watching movies, exercising at the Boll Family YMCA, and taking brisk walks along the Riverfront.