Lynnie Meyer, R.N., Ed.D., FAHP, CFRE, oversees Norton Healthcare’s community initiatives and philanthropy. As chief development officer, a position she has held since 2004, she leads the operations of the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Norton Healthcare Foundation. The foundations support the needs of Norton Children’s Hospital and the adult-service hospitals of Norton Healthcare. Under her leadership, the foundations have generated more than $400 million in support of Norton Healthcare’s mission of service to the community.

Prior to joining Norton Healthcare, Lynnie served as president and CEO of The Center for Women and Families in Louisville. She has held positions with Caritas Health Services, University of Louisville Hospital, Caretenders and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Lynnie earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing administration from Bellarmine University in Louisville. She also holds a doctorate in leadership education from Spalding University. She is a graduate of Leadership Louisville, Bingham Fellows and Leadership Kentucky, and is a certified fundraising professional by CFRE International.

In 2008, Lynnie was selected as one of 20 nurses in the nation to participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows program, an advanced leadership experience for nurses in senior executive roles. She was inducted into the Bellarmine University Gallery of Distinguished Graduates and in 2023 was named Association for Fundraising Professionals Outstanding Fundraising Professional of the Year. She also was named a fellow of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy.

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