Noelle A. Gervais has served as vice president of foundation relations at City of Hope since 2010.
In this role, she seeks new sources of philanthropic support from nonprofit funding organizations and maintains and nurtures relationships with foundations that currently support City of Hope’s clinical and basic science research efforts. She also participates in strategic planning for institutional priorities and directs programs to educate research faculty and health-care professionals seeking grant funding.
Gervais has expertise in program development, fundraising, board management, strategic planning and other key functions.
She joined City of Hope from Loyola Marymount University, where she was executive director of corporate and foundation relations. She previously served as program officer at UniHealth Foundation in Los Angeles, and headed foundation relations and related efforts at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and Stanford University.
Gervais holds a bachelor’s degree in English, a secondary teaching credential and a certificate in health-care management from UCLA.