J. Todd Watkins is the Founder of the Pan-American College Fund. He is a retired Army Pilot. Todd received his Associates Degree from the College of the Air Force. He received his Undergraduate from Mercer University. He holds a MBA from Kennesaw State University and is currently in the dissertation phase of his Doctorate in Nonprofit Leadership from Liberty University.
Todd continued his education by attending such programs as Philanthropy University at the Berkeley Haas School of Business located at the University of California. Todd earned a Certificate from the Haas School of Business in “Social Sector Leadership.” Courses in this program include, “Essentials of Non-Profit Strategy,” “Global Social Entrepreneurship,” “Financial Modeling for the Social Sector,” and “Fundraising.” Todd is also pursuing his CAP (Chartered Advisor of Philanthropy) from The American College. The CAP is a master’s level curriculum and includes courses such as “Planning for Philanthropic Impact,” “Charitable Giving Strategies” and “Gift Planning in the Nonprofit Sector.”