Douglas G. Laub, JD
As vice president of development, Doug Laub is a member of RMI’s senior leadership team and is responsible for raising 65 percent of RMI’s annual revenue. In this role, he establishes the strategic direction of RMI’s development operations, oversees relationships with major national foundations, key individuals and corporate donors; and interprets RMI’s programmatic initiatives for RMI’s supporters and donors. Doug is also a non-voting member of RMI’s Project Review and Evaluation Committee.
Previous positions during Doug’s 27-year non-profit career include serving as CEO of Partnership for Cures in Chicago; president of Bonfils Blood Center Foundation in Denver; director of endowments and gift planning for Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado; director of Gift and Estate Planning and associate vice president of City of Hope National Medical Center/Beckman Research Institute in Los Angeles. Doug was also the founder and president of Planned gift Acquisitions, Inc., a nonprofit consulting business, and he served as director of planned giving for National Jewish Medical Center in Denver.
Juris Doctorate, University of Denver College of Law
Bachelor of Arts, University of Rochester
Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable (founder)
National Committee on Planned Giving (founding member)
Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center (former board member)
Lion’s Club of Denver (former board member)