More than 1,600 alumni, parents, and friends serve on advisory boards across Johns Hopkins University and Medicine. These volunteers are invited to serve because they’ve demonstrated consistent commitment to their school or division through financial support, advocacy, or professional expertise.
These leadership volunteers provide valuable advice to our deans and department chairs, become partners in raising funds, and help make connections that extend the reach and impact of our institution. They receive regular communications about Hopkins news and fundraising priorities and are invited to attend the biennial Johns Hopkins Leadership Summit, among other exclusive institutional events.
To learn more about becoming a leadership volunteer for Hopkins, please contact Michael Cheslock, associate director of volunteer engagement.