Newsmakers: Mercy Clinic adds development director

Brandon Nelson

Mercy Clinic adds development director

Mercy Clinic of Fort Worth has added Brandon Nelson as director of development. Nelson has over 10 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and development. Nelson will lead the advancement of Mercy Clinic’s mission, vision and core values to provide free health care, spiritual care and assistance to the underserved population in South Fort Worth. He will also continue Mercy’s capital campaign fundraising to build a new clinic on Hemphill Street in south Fort Worth.

Nelson formerly worked for Presbyterian Night Shelter in Fort Worth, University of Texas at Arlington, the Steven Jackson Foundation in St. Louis and the Atlanta Braves Foundation in Atlanta. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Hampton University and an MBA from Eastern Illinois University.


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