Brianna Romines, MPA, Incoming President & Vice President of Development
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|Brianna Romines is the incoming President of the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan. Her tenure will begin Nov. 1, 2016. Romines has served the Foundation since 2005, cultivating a true partnership with the epilepsy community in Michigan. Her passion and commitment to those suffering from the effects of epilepsy knows no bounds.
In her role as Vice President of Development for the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan, Romines has had a direct hand in generating well over $3.1 million in revenue which has benefited the epilepsy community in Michigan.
Romines is well known for her exceptional skills in community outreach. During her tenure with the Foundation, she has:
In 2009, Romines was recognized as the National Staff Person of the year by the Epilepsy Foundation of America - the highest honor a non-executive employee can receive. She also led the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan to its first ever Golden Circle Award administered by the Epilepsy Foundation of America and given only when a fundraising event has the net revenue of over $100,000.
Romines has a master's in Public Administration from Oakland University with a concentration in nonprofit management. She attended Grand Valley State University and received a bachelors of science in public and nonprofit administration. She lives in White Lake with her husband and two young sons.