President & CEO
Community Foundation of Greater Flint
Isaiah Oliver is president and chief executive officer of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint (CFGF), a charitable organization focused on engaging people in philanthropy to build a stronger community, where he leads the Foundation’s strategic priorities around improving literacy rates, increasing access to healthy food, strengthening resident-led neighborhood improvements, and providing critical resources to the children affected by the Flint Water Crisis. Under his leadership, CFCF has experienced considerable growth. Prior to this, Isaiah was CFGF’s vice president of community impact and served five years on the Flint Community Schools Board of Education, including two years as board president. His executive experience also includes serving four years on the Hurley Medical Center Board of Managers and he previously served as Associate Administrator for Workforce, Community and Grant Development at Mott Community College. He earned a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Graphic Design from Central Michigan University, where he now serves on the board of trustees. Isaiah is a Fellow of the inaugural class of the Civil Society Fellowship, A Partnership of ADL and The Aspen Institute, and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.