Jascia Redwine is the Associate Director at the Rising Sun Regional Foundation, a non-profit organization that conducts a general grants program to primarily benefit the residents of Ohio and Ripley counties and the City of Aurora in Dearborn County. Dr. Redwine’s responsibilities include providing assistance to nonprofit organizations in the community on topics such as writing grants, creating and managing budgets, and developing strategic planning.
Prior to joining this organization, she was the executive director of the Ohio County Community Foundation where she developed the foundation from its initial organizational stages into a viable county-wide community foundation. Dr. Redwine has served as an instructor at the University of Phoenix, DeVry University Online, Axia College, and New England College.
Dr. Redwine holds a BA in Education from Northern Kentucky University, an MA in Public Policy and Administration from Norwich University, and a PhD in Organization and Management from Capella University.
Her professional certifications and licenses include Certified Indiana Long Term Care Partnership Agent (Indiana Long Term Care Partnership Insurance Program (2004); Life, Accident, and Health Insurance (Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana – 2004); Graduate-level Certificate in Nonprofit Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland,OH (1999); Self-Assessment Tool Facilitator Training. Drucker Foundation, New York, NY (1999), Certificate in Practitioner Training on Board Governance, National Center for Nonprofit Boards (now BoardSource),Washington DC (1999), and Certificate in Fundraising for Small Nonprofits, and Certificate in Planned Giving, Indiana University Center on Philanthropy, Indianapolis, IN (1999).