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Nemours Welcomes New Development Manager for Northwest Florida

Wednesday, Aug 12, 2015

Florida

Nemours, one of the nation’s leading pediatric health care systems, has added a new leader to its fundraising team. Jodi Gup, Development Manager, will build philanthropic support for the unique pediatric programs and services offered by Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Pensacola.

“I am so pleased to have Jodi join our Nemours Development team in Pensacola. The experience that she brings to our health system will enable us to continue to grow our operations and raise community awareness of the tremendous resources for pediatric specialty care Nemours provides to the children of Northwest Florida,” said Dr. Mary Mehta, Medical Director of Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Pensacola.

Prior to joining Nemours, Gup served as the Executive Director of the Pensacola Museum of Art and Director of Development at Pensacola State College Foundation.

About Nemours

Nemours is an internationally recognized children's health system that owns and operates the two free-standing children’s hospitals: the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del., and Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando, Fla., along with outpatient facilities in five states, delivering pediatric primary, specialty and urgent care. Nemours also powers the world’s most-visited website for information on the health of children and teens, KidsHealth.org, and offers on-demand, online video patient visits through Nemours CareConnect. Nemours ReadingBrightstart.org is a program dedicated to preventing reading failure in young children, grounded in Nemours’ understanding that child health and learning are inextricably linked, and that reading level is a strong predictor of adult health.

Established as The Nemours Foundation through the legacy and philanthropy of Alfred I. duPont, Nemours provides pediatric clinical care, research, education, advocacy and prevention programs to families in the communities it serves.