Steven M. Henderson named development director for Free Arts

Steven M. Henderson has been named development director at Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona with responsibilities for the overall strategic direction and implementation of the nonprofit organization’s development plan.

Steven Henderson

Steven Henderson

Mr. Henderson’s extensive resume in fund development, individual giving and leadership includes major gift officer with Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation; vice president of development for Make-A-Wish International; university development officer at the Arizona State University Foundation and assistant director ofLeadership Annual Giving at Thunderbird School of Global Management.

“Steven’s breadth of experience will be a tremendous asset as we continue to grow our capabilities, programming and outreach in serving homeless and abused children,” said Free Arts’ Executive Director Alicia Sutton Campbell.  “We’re thrilled to have him as part of our team.”

Mr. Henderson holds a bachelor of business administration from Ohio University and a master of arts in sports management from Ohio State University.

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Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona heals homeless and abused children through artistic expression. Free Arts programs include elements that promote safety, self-expression and a sense of belonging.

All Free Arts programs are delivered by volunteers and artists.

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