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Sep. 23, 2021: Jill Vaughan, Executive Director, Downtown Orlando Partnership: Down with DOP

Down with DOP – Jill Vaughan, Executive Director

Hybrid Meeting – September 23, 2021

Jill Vaughan joined Downtown Orlando Partnership in January 2021 as the new Executive Director. She brings a wealth of leadership experience, having served in a number of senior development and leadership roles with AdventHealth Foundation. 

“We’re thrilled to have Jill at the helm of our organization as we celebrate our 60th anniversary and extend DOP’s impact on downtown’s business community in new ways,” said Stephanie Darden Bennett, the 2021 Board President and Chief Creative Officer of Prismatic. “This year is going to be the most influential year yet for the organization. Her extensive background in marketing, sales and fundraising will help us amplify our efforts to expand DOP’s diverse membership, which includes more than 200 of Orlando’s leading corporations, non-profit and civic organizations that are helping to shape the future of our vibrant, dynamic business community.”

“I am excited to mobilize our vision for powering partnerships, uniting common interests and extending influence throughout the downtown Orlando business community,” said Jill Vaughan. “2021 holds tremendous promise and opportunity for our members who are passionate about Downtown Orlando as a premier destination for business, community and culture.”

About The Downtown Orlando Partnership

The Downtown Orlando Partnership (DOP) founded in 1961 is the only organization that focuses specifically on downtown Orlando’s business community. The DOP offers more than 200 corporate members a single point of access to connect, collaborate, and contribute to the growth of this vital hub of business. Members represent the diversity of size and scope that makes downtown Orlando a vibrant beacon of development in Central Florida The mission of the Downtown Orlando Partnership is to enhance business and community relationships through collaborative events and initiatives.

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