Meet Whitney Turientine – Conversion Project Manager at Bloomerang
Prior to joining the Bloomerang team, Whitney gained a diverse skill set working in various nonprofit, higher education, and customer success roles. She was a Consulting Analyst at Ascend Indiana, a Curriculum Internationalization & International Partnerships Associate at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis, a Fellowship Program Coordinator at International Youth Foundation, a Communications & Global Sponsorships Graduate Intern for Indigenous Education Foundation for Tanzania, and a Monitoring & Research Consultant for International Food Policy Research Institute — among other roles. In addition to her nonprofit work experience, Whitney also volunteered as a Small Group Facilitator for The Caring Place, and gained a license and certification in Participatory Adult Education.
Now as a Conversion Project Manager with Bloomerang, Whitney puts her nonprofit and customer success experience to good use by aiding new customers and setting them on the path to success with Bloomerang. She ensures that our nonprofit customers start off on the right foot to help increase their impact and further their mission. In her free time, Whitney enjoys traveling and meeting people from different countries, learning new languages, and spending time with her niece and nephew.
Whitney holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International/Global Studies and Spanish from the University of Kentucky, and a Master’s degree in Sustainable Development Practice, African Studies from the University of Florida.