WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Dr. Sybil Francis
ASU Foundation Women & Philanthropy Chair; Executive Director, Center for the Future of Arizona; wife of ASU President Michael Crow
“I have been privileged to work with Michele for nearly 10 years and will miss her contagious spirit, dedication, hard work and enthusiasm. Under her leadership, the ASU Women & Philanthropy program has experienced a momentous increase in investors — currently at our highest level and nearly double the amount of annual grants to ASU. I am extremely grateful for Michele’s expert, tireless contributions to Women & Philanthropy.”
Keith Crnic, Ph.D.
Chief Science Officer
Institute for Mental Health Research
"Michele is the consummate professional. Knowledgeable, experienced, prepared, and meticulous in approach. She quickly and thoughtfully identifies issues, and develops well-tailored plans to meet organizational needs. She brings a wealth of information and skill to bear, and knows how to share that information in ways that encourage customer engagement. Michele was instrumental in helping our non-profit to become more organized and focused on strategic structures to support our fund-raising goals, working within our organization’s culture to provide the assistance we needed to be successful on multiple levels. The guidance she provided was invaluable for our future. experience."
Jeanne L. Herberger, PhD,
Vice President, Herberger Enterprises, Inc.; Community Philanthropist; Founding Investor and 2009-12 Honorary Chair, ASU Women & Philanthropy
“Michele’s work is exceptional and her leadership remarkable. As director of Women & Philanthropy, she helped create a most successful program for ASU, the community and the entire state.”
Chairman of the Board, Keep Tempe Beautiful
Michele has been monumental in assisting us in setting up our nonprofit Keep Tempe Beautiful. Michele's insight on every aspect from our by-laws, to board structure to fundraising has lead us to very early successes. I highly recommend Michele to any nonprofit seeking guidance and assistance, in every area
NAMI Valley of the Sun
"I had the privilege of working alongside Michele, and was quickly impressed by her professionalism, motivation and 100% follow through. It is rare to find someone who joins a project with such enthusiasm and never lets the level of energy or commitment diminish. Michele not only taught me the macro level of fundraising efforts, but drove home the person-to-person relationship approach to philanthropy. Michele stands by the belief that cultivating relationships in a consistent and respectful way can garner an organization's years of fruitful contributions. I look forward to further collaborations with Michele and know any project with her involved will be a positive and successful experience."
Angel Brandwein, MHI
Chief Operations Officer,
Institute for Mental Health Research
I had the pleasure of working with Michele when she devoted her expertise to the fundraising efforts of Arizona nonprofit, Institute for Mental Health Research. Innovative ideas, enthusiasm and work ethic make Ms. Rebeor a standout. Her ability to build relationships and to see the big picture is uniquely well-honed, and she is a vital partner in driving organizational development toward long-term success. She brings insight and expertise in fund development, grants, sponsorship procurement, donor management, the development of profitable strategies, and executing master plans grounded in diversity. I highly recommend her services.
Liz Kaplan, CFRE
Senior Development Director,
University of Arizona,
College of Medicine-Phx;
AFP |Greater AZ Chapter - Past President
"Michele is a true fundraising guru and is gifted in all areas of philanthropy. I have had the pleasure of knowing Michele for many years and serving with her on the Association of Fundraising Professionals-Greater AZ Chapter Board of Directors... and she is a superstar! The Phoenix fundraising community is lucky to have someone so talented."
ASU Women & Philanthropy Investor
“Michele was the glue that held all the parts together. Her time and efforts were so important in making Women and Philanthropy the success it is. Her smile made me feel welcome and I appreciated her help in guiding me toward additional involvement with Women & Philanthropy.”