Prison Fellowship International Hires Kirstin Hark as Director of Major Gifts

November 12, 2019

November 12, 2019 – WASHINGTON, DC – Prison Fellowship International (PFI) is pleased to announce the new appointment of Kirstin Hark as director of major gifts.

Hark brings 21 years of experience to PFI. She is a Certified Financial Planner Professional, with experience in investment management, tax, retirement and estate planning. Hark earned her MBA from Regent University, where she also served as an adjunct professor with Regent School of Law.

Hark said, “I had been searching for a way to bring the financial planning profession directionally into the charitable and foundation universe and was thrilled when this door opened at Prison Fellowship International.”

Hark will lead PFI in managing all major gifts activity, including developing proposals, coordinating events, and developing highly customized moves management plans for PFI donors.

“We’re delighted to welcome Kirstin to the PFI family,” says PFI CEO Andrew Corley. “Her past experience and knowledge will be a great addition to our major gifts team. Kirsten’s appointment will deepen our relationships with donors and resource partners who are vital in helping fulfill our mission and vision of transforming the lives of prisoners, ex-prisoners, children of prisoners, and victims of crime through Jesus love.”


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