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Sean Kramer

Chief Development Officer
ZERO Prostate Cancer
Headshot of ZERO's Chief Development Officer Sean Kramer

Sean Kramer, MBA, has been a prominent fundraising leader for some of the most respected and highly recognized nonprofit organizations, particularly in the health, education and disaster relief sectors. His most recent role as Managing Director of Carter Philanthropy placed him in the role of supporting prominent national and local organizations to increase their revenue generation.  While at the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF), the organization saw a 100%-increase in revenue in under two years. Prior to the DRIF, he was Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer for Parkinson’s Foundation’s Miami and New York offices, where he directed a nationwide development team and increased revenue by nearly 60% in two years.

Previously, as Assistant Vice President for Baptist Health South Florida, he led the major philanthropic efforts that established the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute and Miami Cancer Institute, surpassing the campaign goal by 55%.

With deep roots in South Florida, Sean has also held executive management and fundraising roles at American Cancer Society, Barry University, Florida International University, and American Red Cross. 

Sean received a bachelor’s degree in political science and environmental studies from Florida International University and a master’s degree in business administration focused on management with honors from the University of Miami. He and his wife Jodi have 5 children between them ages 19, 18, 17, 16, 15 and reside in the South Florida area.