Indianapolis, IN (January 18, 2024) – IFF, a nationally recognized mission-driven lender, developer, and real-estate consultant for Midwest nonprofits, has promoted Donna Sink to Director of Real Estate Solutions for Indiana. In her new role, Donna will work alongside nonprofit organizations across the state to support them in making decisions on their real estate needs, such as feasibility studies, financial analysis, site selection, and construction management. She previously served as Senior Owner’s Representative.
The announcement comes as IFF is doubling down on its commitment to supporting nonprofits across Indiana with their facility needs. For over 10 years, IFF has been providing lending services, real estate consulting, and capacity building programming to Indiana nonprofits. Donna’s promotion further emphasizes IFF’s commitment to the region by investing in local talent to further champion nonprofit organizations and changemakers across the state.
“Donna’s commitment to the nonprofits and communities we serve is unmatched,” said Amandula Anderson, executive director for IFF’s Indiana Region. “In her time at IFF, she has expanded our work in sustainability and elevated the importance of energy efficient buildings, providing best practices and technical assistance to over 50 nonprofits across the state. We’re thrilled to have her in this new leadership role sharing her expertise and passion across the state!”
“I’m honored and excited to further apply IFF’s real estate expertise in Indiana,” said Donna. “As a licensed architect with a passion for sustainability, supporting nonprofits with their facilities needs for long term growth and success is truly an honor. I look forward to continuing this work, alongside an incredible team and incredible clients, so even more communities can thrive.”
A registered architect, Donna is a built environment generalist with over 30 years of experience working on masterplans for campuses, building designs for academic and government institutions, urban street furniture for cities, and remodels for homeowners. She has worked in facilities maintenance departments for a museum and college, taught architecture programs, and been self-employed as an architect. Currently, Donna serves as Board Chair for People for Urban Progress, an Indianapolis nonprofit that remakes leftover materials into usable goods. She holds a Bachelors (University of Arizona) and Masters (Cranbrook) of Architecture.
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