Barbara Ben-Horin

Chief Executive Officer at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

Barbara Ben-Horin

Barbara Ben-Horin

Chief Executive Officer at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Ms. Barbara Ben-Horin is a Chief Executive Officer at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara.

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Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara
Foundation for Santa Barbara City College

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Executive Director at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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President & Director at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Chief Operating Officer at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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1st Vice President at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Partner at Nasif, Hicks, Harris & Co.

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Chief Operating Officer at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Director, Goleta Valley Center at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Director, Santa Barbara Center at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Center Director at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Director, Santa Barbara Center at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

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Barbara Ben-Horin
Chief Executive Officer at Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara
Career History
Chief Executive Officer
Current

Girls, Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara operates as a nonprofit organization. It provides educational programs and enrichment activities for women. Its programs include after-school, summer camp, and gymnastics. The company was founded on March 17, 1958 and is headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA.

Chief Executive Officer
Prior

THE SBCC FOUNDATION WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1976 TO PROVIDE SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE WITH PRIVATE PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT. THE FOUNDATION ACTS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE COLLEGE AND BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN AVAILABLE PUBLIC FUNDING AND INSTITUTIONAL NEED, AS DETERMINED BY THE COLLEGE LEADERSHIP. SERVING AS THE VEHICLE THROUGH WHICH INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS MAY INVEST IN THE COLLEGE, THE FOUNDATION FUELS THE EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE THAT HAS LONG BEEN THE HALLMARK OF SBCC. THE SBCC FOUNDATION PROVIDES MORE THAN $4 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR STUDENT SUCCESS PROGRAMS, SCHOLARSHIPS, BOOK GRANTS, AND OTHER CRITICAL NEEDS OF THE COLLEGE IN ORDER TO SUPPORT SBCC STUDENTS AS THEY PREPARE FOR CAREERS, TRANSFER TO FOUR-YEAR UNIVERSITIES, AND PURSUE LIFELONG LEARNING GOALS.

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2011

THE MISSION OF THE SANTA BARBARA FOUNDATION IS TO MOBILIZE COLLECTIVE WISDOM (PLEASE SEE SCHEDULE O) AND PHILANTHROPIC CAPITAL TO BUILD EMPATHETIC, INCLUSIVE AND RESILIENT COMMUNITIES. THE SANTA BARBARA FOUNDATION IS A COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ESTABLISHED IN 1928 TO ENRICH THE LIVES OF THE PEOPLE OF SANTA BARBARA COUNTY THROUGH PHILANTHROPY. AS ONE OF THE LARGEST PRIVATE SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR AREA NONPROFITS, AGENCIES AND COLLEGE BOUND STUDENTS, THE FOUNDATION BUILDS AND FACILITATES PHILANTHROPY THROUGH DONOR PARTNERSHIPS; INVESTS IN NONPROFITS; AND INDENTIFIES AND STRATEGICALLY ADDRESSES IMPORTANT COMMUNITY NEEDS.

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2010

The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) represents more than 30,000 members in 233 chapters throughout the world, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education and certification programs. The association fosters development and growth of fundraising professionals and promotes high ethical standards in the fundraising profession.

$250 - $499
2009

Provide board and care for residents living in housing facilities, provide social and rehabilation programs to residents and other individuals, and manages affordable housing complexes for people with mental disabilities.

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