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The Alliance is extremely grateful to the following contributors. With their generous support, we are able to fund the Alliance mentorship which is inspiring a number of professionals in our community.

2024 Professional Partnership Benefits

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2023 Annual Report

To learn more about the valuable programs and services that we provide, we encourage you to take a look at our 2023 Annual Report.

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2024 Corporate Partnership Benefits

If you are interested in becoming a valued 2024 Alliance Corporate Partner, please take a look at our various levels of partnership and accompanying benefits.

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Investing in Leaders

Work life in the modern era has created significant challenges for professionals in the donation and transplantation community. Those challenges have made participation in a mentorship program more important and valuable than ever for both mentees and mentors. Your contributions can directly support our efforts toward mentorship and professional development across the donation and transplantation professional community.

Thank You to our 2023 Financial Patrons

The Alliance acknowledges and would like to express appreciation publicly to all our financial supporters who have invested in the present and future growth of the Alliance Mentorship Program. Their commitment to inspiring success and powering leaders positively impacts our field of practice.


  • Katie McKee

$150 – $499

  • Leonard Achan
  • JoAnn Brooks in honor of John Magee, MD
  • Ana Hands, MD in memory of Glenn Matsuki
  • Emily Larimer in honor of Nehemiah
  • John Magee, MD
  • Jennifer Prinz in honor of Colleen Reed
  • Susan Stuart
  • Randall Sung, MD
  • Schawnte’ Williams-Taylor
  • Randal Wilson
  • Macey and Michael Levan

$1 – $149

  • Corey Bryant
  • Mitch Cahn in memory of Joel Kramwe
  • Christopher Cochran
  • Jan Finn in honor of Karri Hobson-Pape
  • Dominick Giannotta
  • Karri Hobson-Pape
  • Kevin Lee
  • Pamela McElmeel
  • Diane & Doug Mirman in memory of Joel Kramer
  • Kevin Myer
  • Emma O’Riley
  • Scott & Marlene Rosenzweig
  • Judy Sanderson
  • Mark Seffinger

2022 Financial Patrons


  • Jennifer Prinz

$150 – $499

  • Dr. Ana Hands
  • Emily Larimer
  • Dr. Macey Levan
  • Dr. Tom Nakagawa
  • Linda Ohler
  • Michelle Reef
  • Susan Stuart
  • Dr. Randall Sung
  • Randy Wilson
  • Karri Hobson-Pape

$1 – $149

  • Corey Bryant
  • Jan Finn
  • Kitt Hugger
  • Emma O’Riley

The Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance is a registered 501(c)3 organization.
All contributions are tax-deductible.

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About The Alliance Mentorship Program

The Alliance Mentorship Program engages experienced donation and transplantation professionals to connect with individuals who are new to their transplant career or role, and support them as they immerse themselves in this lifesaving community. The goal of this program is to establish a network of peer support to inspire, encourage and pave the way to career success and longevity in a high-stakes career field. Nearly 500 people have participated in the Alliance’s cost-free mentorship program since it began in 2017. While offered as a cost-free program, the administrative cost of establishing a mentorship connection is approximately $150. Your contributions directly support the growth and development of this valuable program.

Deanna Fenton

“It can be extremely helpful to connect with others who know first-hand what you’re going through and can provide additional educational resources to navigate these challenges and build resiliency during this challenging time. People who enroll in the Mentorship program will benefit from training that’s relevant to the current climate of the donation and transplantation field.”

DEANNA FENTON – Program Manager, The Alliance

Sandy Kirchner

The Alliance brings all the perspectives of people who have deep experience and knowledge, who are willing to share and willing to listen and work to get things better. And that’s the whole point, to make it work better, get more patients transplanted, take better care of our donor families, and immerse our field with new ideas.

KEVIN MYER, MSHA, – President & CEO, LifeGift; Alliance Board Member