OAK PARK — Tim Hudson has been named chief development officer of Forgotten Harvest, a nonprofit food rescue organization.
Hudson has more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit development leadership positions in Detroit, Washington, D.C., and Boston. His career has involved directing organizational growth, strategic planning, and successful management and implementation of major fundraising campaigns and development programs. His work has spanned the human services, health care, and higher education sectors.
Most recently, Hudson was the director of development for Institutional Advancement and the College of Business at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Prior to this, he held fundraising leadership positions at the College for Creative Studies, St. John Providence Health System Foundations, and Habitat for Humanity Detroit.
Hudson, of Grosse Pointe Farms, serves as vice chair on the board of Kids on the Go, a Detroit-area nonprofit pediatric program designed to provide special needs children with physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Hudson earned several certifications from the Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University. He earned an Master of Science in environmental management and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Boston University.