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Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast

Nov 11, 2021

Join Lori and her guest, Jennifer Flood, as they talk about just going for it when you have a vision that you want to execute. Jennifer is the founder and executive director of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation. She shares the incredible story of how a seemingly uncommon and out-of-the-box idea would be the beginning of changing other people's lives. Stay tuned!


Here are the things to expect in this episode:

  • Using Craigslist to look for donors for her father. How did it work?
  • Being amazed by the responses of the people who wanted to help.
  • Starting a nonprofit that helps match donors to patients.
  • And many more!


About Jennifer Flood:


Jennifer is executive director and founder of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation, which she started with her sisters while experiencing their father being diagnosed with kidney disease. Jennifer is a graduate of New York University where she received a bachelors of psychology degree. She was also on the Dean’s list at NYU and received the Bart Lawson Award for Service in Humanitarianism for her service to New York City. Jennifer started her career in nursing and has worked for an array of well- known hospitals including NYPH – Weil Cornell in Westchester. She specialized in psychiatric nursing working in the field for 6 years. Aside from her past career in nursing, she has also worked as a paralegal for many affluent investment banks and firms. Her passion and time is devoted to helping others receive kidney transplants.


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