David Ihlenfeldt joined the Tamar Fink team as our Client Service Specialist in August 2018. Since then he has moved into the Case Management role, assisting in multiple aspects of the process.
He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Communications and a minor in History and has held various client service positions in the past.
David is well organized and pays great attention to detail. These qualities along with his outgoing, positive personality make him a perfect fit for the Case Management position and a wonderful addition to our team.
David has obtained his Minnesota State Insurance License for Life, Accident and Health and is committed to providing outstanding service to our clients.
David is very active and loves to run and explore. He also loves creating delicious meals and exploring new culinary challenges. In addition to cooking, David also volunteers rescuing food and serves as Volunteer Coordinator with TC Food Justice, a nonprofit organization that strives to reduce food waste and hunger in the Twin Cities.
“Tamar Fink is changing the face of philanthropy.” -Don Shelby, Washburn Center for Children’s $25 million Capital Campaign Chair & former WCCO TV Anchor
“I’ve been working in philanthropy for nearly 30 years. I know my business. I have never seen this type of creativity.” -Michael Geis, Fundraising Executive at Eddie Thompson & Associates
“Tamar Fink truly understands philanthropy and how to complete, not just propose, gifts.” - Joel Mandel, Executive Director – Sholom Foundation
“I am acutely aware that it was the creativity and experience of your team that brought this incredibly generous gift to light and to a successful conclusion.” - Mort Naiman, Minneapolis Jewish Federation
“When you drive past a construction site where a new wing is being built, it most likely has been funded through a gift created and completed by Tamar Fink.” -Scott Nelson, Estate Planning Attorney at Hellmuth & Johnson PLLC
“Tamar Fink’s “gift multiplier” concepts have great appeal to our donors who are seeking to make the maximum impact on our college, on our faculty and on our students. Thank you, Tamar Fink!” -Paul Pribbenow, Augsburg College President