Vice President of Development
Anedra Kerr is the Vice President of Development at Jeremiah Program. She has spent her career in nonprofit executive leadership roles, serving the communities in which she lives and works in the areas of education, healthcare, child and youth development, and DEI. She most recently served as a senior consulting associate with Morten Group, where she advised nonprofits around the country.
Anedra joins JP as an organizational development executive with a proven track record of harnessing exceptional leadership skills to stabilize and develop teams and mobilize staff, volunteers, and management teams alike in the advancement of organizational mission and goals. Before her work at Morten Group, she served as the Chief Advancement Officer at Francis W. Parker School in Chicago, one of the country’s leading independent schools.
Prior to Parker, Anedra served as Chief Development Officer at After School Matters, where she led development efforts and launched the largest fundraising effort in the history of ASM. During the previous 16 years, she worked in several different executive-level positions at the charitable foundation of Advocate Health Care.
Anedra has a B.S. in marketing from Hampton University and an M.S. in communications from Northwestern University.