Thank you for your service, Isaiah!
Isaiah M. Oliver joined the Johnson Center’s Leadership Council in 2022. As president of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, he oversees an experienced, 25-person staff, managing more than $630 million in peak assets and distributing more than $57 million in grants in 2022.
Isaiah previously served as president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint (2017–2023), he led the Foundation’s strategic priorities around improving literacy rates, increasing access to healthy food, strengthening resident-led neighborhood improvements, and providing critical resources to the children affected by the Flint Water Crisis.
Isaiah is a graduate of Flint Northwestern High School and earned his Bachelor’s of Applied Arts from Central Michigan University. He serves on the Council of Michigan Foundation’s Community Foundation and Government Relations committees. He also serves as Advisor to the Michigan Forum for African Americans in Philanthropy and is serving a three-year term on the CFLeads national board of directors focused on helping community foundations across the nation build strong communities by advancing effective practices, sharing knowledge, and galvanizing action on the critical issues of our time.