The PIF Foundation is a non-profit organization that relies on a small group of dedicated volunteers to run our daily operations. Our team is small but mighty. We currently have two paid staff members and very limited overhead which allows us to focus the greatest amount of our financial resources on impacting positive change.
A heavy involvement in nonprofit sector and grounded by her "WHY" in serving others have led Nina Corder to PIF Foundation, Inc. For Nina, choosing to serve in a nonprofit leadership role is a serious business. It requires a steady stewardship and bold commitment. Nina believes the ultimate goal for any nonprofit is to improve quality of life and create a high impact in social change. Thus, working with PIF Foundation has inspired Nina to continue to put her best efforts forward for this belief.
Nina earned both her Master's in Education and Bachelor Degree in Arts from the University of Toledo. Nina has completed her coursework and working on her dissertation research for a Doctoral Degree in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in a nonprofit culture and diversity. She is a passionate Founder of an educational organization, Women of Toledo, Inc, a member of Junior League of Toledo (JLT) and Year 2016-2018 President-Elect for the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Toledo branch.
Prior to joining PIF Foundation, Inc. Nina served as Chief of Operations for So Now Professional Network for Women. In addition, Nina was recognized as the Power of Women for the Junior League of Toledo, served as a Chairperson for the Secor Artist Network, So Now Network of Women Board Members, a Steering Committee for Women of The World (WOW) Symposium, an Ambassador for the Momentum Northwest Ohio Young Women's Summit, and a Spokesperson for The Eberly Center for Women, University of Toledo.
Nina and her husband, KC live in West Toledo with their daughter, Isabella.
Having a strong passion for helping others to improve their quality of life made the decision to be a part of the PIF Foundation a very easy one. After the near death of one of her son’s that experience caused a larger and more urgent shift of focus for helping others and giving back.
For the past five years Lila has dedicated time and effort to promote the importance of financial wellbeing, planning for the future and also the importance of what each of us will leave behind.
She has been a part of special programs, workplace sessions and events for ProMedica, Mercy Cancer Education, American Cancer Society, Victory Center, various churches, employer groups like Libbey Glass, North Star Blue Scope Steel, Harbor, Rudolph Libbe and numerous others.
Maintaining an emphasis on education and having good resources for places to turn and help navigate the course. From the employee who is living pay check to paycheck to the cancer patient who is suddenly faced with huge medical bills while also trying to go through treatment. From a loss of a job, a divorce, death in the family or caring for elderly parents. With the many different chapters and unexpected bumps in life having good guidance even without a crisis is so important to the outcome.
Lila spends lots of time with her family, grandchildren, & friends while also donating her time to many local organizations. Her core belief is centered around the importance of altruism. Combining her efforts with the PIF Foundation team will provide a strong foundation for improving the wellbeing for many and in turn provides a path for others to become good stewards. Each of us being thankful and paying it forward.
Matthew launched the PIF Foundation in January 2015 with the help of his sister and a small group of passionate supporters. With a firm belief that "we" have an obligation to help those less fortunate, and a desire to the most good with a limited amount of resources, Matt began to study the concepts of effective altruism. The programs and services that PIF focuses on are a direct reflection of Matt's personal journey and desire to inspire others to participate in proactive philanthropy.
Matthew also obtained the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP®) designation in 2013. This designation provides professionals with the knowledge and tools needed to help clients articulate and advance their highest aspirations for self, family, and society. CAP®s become members of a growing network of top planners who are working to make our towns and cities better places to live for generations to come. (Source: The American College)
Matt serves on a number of non-profit boards and is a regular volunteer in his local community. He works full time in the investment industry as the Executive Vice President for Camelot Portfolios.
Darren is Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Camelot Portfolios, LLC and its’ sister companies: Munn Wealth Management, Camelot Funds, & Camelot Advisors. Darren founded what would become Munn Wealth Management when he started his practice in 1998 and created Camelot Portfolios in 2008 as fellow advisors sought out his investment management expertise. Darren is the Lead Portfolio Manager for two mutual funds started and advised by Camelot Funds: Camelot Premium Return Fund and Excalibur Small Cap Income Fund.
Darren graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University Of Toledo College Of Business Administration in 1999 with a Major in Finance and a Minor in Business Law. He went on to earn the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2002.
Darren’s passion is to make an impact in the lives of others, especially in the areas of financial stewardship, developing young people, and helping those in need. He serves dozens of ministries and organizations with gifts of time, talent, and treasure.
Rebecca holds the Certified Bookkeeper(CB) designation and is a member of the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. She has acquired 20 years of bookkeeping experience since graduation from Penn Commercial Business Institute.
Rebecca’s passion is serving others and her church. She is a member of the Holland Free Methodist Church where she is the youth director, board member, on the finance committee and sings on the praise team. Rebecca finds great joy in being able to be there for others whether it be in time of need or just to build closer relationships. She is always willing to make time for others.