Rebecca Jeter

Major Gifts Officer

Rebecca Jeter works to strategically cultivate relationships with Prison Fellowship International’s patrons who provide meaningful financial support to advance the organization’s global mission. She identifies and engages prospective donors, creates tailored solicitation approaches and delivers meticulous stewardship to ensure partners are well-informed and feel a sense of value knowing they are providing transformative gifts to those we serve. 

Honoring the hopes and intentions of philanthropists committed to making the world a better place is a top priority for Rebecca. Having the opportunity to hear about the passions of Prison Fellowship International’s donors and seeing life-changing outcomes inspires her daily. 

Rebecca has served in a number of roles in development throughout her career, raising significant funds to improve opportunities for both children and adults. Having seen firsthand the stigma that is attached to someone who has been incarcerated and witnessing the judicial system’s brokenness gives her a greater sense of how important in-prison programs and reformative justice truly are.   

Born and raised in Michigan, Rebecca has resided in Texas for more than 20 years and officially calls herself a Texan. Her and her husband, Eric, have a blended family with four children and two spoiled dogs who live just outside of College Station, Texas.