DCF Welcomes Maggie Oda as Program Director, Health
The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) is excited to welcome Maggie Oda as program director, health.
In her new role, Oda coordinates BluePrints for the Community, the grants program of Highmark Delaware’s donor advised fund at the DCF. Through this partnership between Highmark Delaware and the DCF, BluePrints awards millions of dollars in grants each year to address issues faced by Delaware’s uninsured and underserved populations. From inception through 2022, over 500 grants totaling more than $35 million have been awarded.
With nearly a decade of professional experience, Oda has held numerous positions for organizations in Delaware, including the American Cancer Society of Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley SPCA (Delaware and West Chester, Pa.).
Most recently, Oda served as the director of advancement at the Delaware Art Museum, where she led a team in growing partnerships and conveying the museum’s story.
“Maggie is a tremendous addition to the DCF staff,” said DCF President & CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay. “Her knowledge of the Delaware community at large will be of great service to our team and the Highmark BluePrints for the Community team.”
Oda earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Lee University.
“I’m excited to begin working with the DCF,” Oda said. “My experiences throughout Delaware in leadership and management roles will help me as I continue the amazing work of the DCF and our donors.”