Jeff Sellers is a long term resident of Greene County and a fundraising raising professional with nearly twenty-five years’ experience. He began his career working for Wilberforce University in annual fund, eventually taking on the responsibility of major gifts and the local UNCF Campaign. He then moved on to the Cincinnati Area Chapter of the American Red Cross seeking support for local, national, and international disasters. His professional career has centered on raising funds for higher education and human services. Most recently, Jeff lived in Little Rock, AR working with Arkansas Baptist College, another historically black college.
He counts among his interests most anything to do with history and music and centers his travel, reading, movies, and television viewing around these passions. His time in Little Rock afforded him the time to visit historic Central High School, famous for the Little Rock Nine. During trips home to visit family, he was fortunate to visit Sun Studios, the Ryman Auditorium, the Johnny Cash Museum, and the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis.
He is also an avid sports fan of the men’s and women’s national soccer team, Reds, Bengals, Columbus Crew, and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Jeff is a proud graduate of Xenia High School, Heidelberg University, and the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He currently lives in Xenia, Ohio and is the proud parent of two adult children that also reside in Xenia.