Robin Ferriby

Robin Ferriby

Robin Ferriby

3.3.2017

Robin Ferriby

Robin Ferriby is a Scholar in Residence with the Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service. He is vice president of Philanthropic Services for the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and a vice president of the Foundation for Detroit's Future, an organization that administers and oversees the "Grand Bargain" that resulted in Detroit's exit from bankruptcy. Ferriby graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law and holds an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University. Today, his philanthropic leadership at the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan includes responsibility over new gifts, donor stewardship, professional advisor relationships, new market and product development, philanthropic planning for individuals, families and businesses, and foundation relationships.

Robin Ferriby is a Scholar in Residence with the Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service. He is vice president of Philanthropic Services for the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and a vice president of the Foundation for Detroit's Future, an organization that administers and oversees the "Grand Bargain" that resulted in Detroit's exit from bankruptcy. Ferriby graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law and holds an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University. Today, his philanthropic leadership at the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan includes responsibility over new gifts, donor stewardship, professional advisor relationships, new market and product development, philanthropic planning for individuals, families and businesses, and foundation relationships.