Victor P. Bohm

Title: Director, Digital Engagement

At IAVA:

Victor joined IAVA in 2016 – both as a member and a staff member while pursuing his graduate degree at Columbia University where he provided basic back office assistance to the development department team members.

Three years later, Victor took over as Director of Major Gifts where he played an integral role on IAVA’s development team by identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donor relationships.

Immediately after the major quarantine went into full effect, Victor moved to become Director of Digital Engagement where he manages IAVA’s digital assets and social media and shares responsibility for executing IAVA’s external communication strategy.

Professional Background:

Victor has extensive leadership and people management skills having served as a leader in the United States Air Force and a manager of large teams in the beer industry- specifically JJ Taylor Distributing.

Before IAVA, Victor worked at Community Impact, a small local nonprofit that serves disadvantaged people in the NYC area. His exposure to programmatic, financial and board governance challenges really compelled him to pursue a graduate degree in Nonprofit Management landing him a career in the field where he is able to use his education, skills and passion to give back to the community.For more on Victor’s background please follow him at https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorbohm

More About Victor:

M.S. Nonprofit Management – Columbia University                    

B.A. Political Science – Columbia University    

Victor comes from a family of veterans, his friends are veterans and he has used the post 9/11 GI Bill to help in his transition from military to civilian life.

Ask Victor About:

Maine, Maine Lobster, Blueberries, Off The Grid Living, Traveling, Scuba Diving, Sailing, Fishing, Rucking, Math.

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