Bio Wendy Buntin
Episcopal School of Nashville is an independent co-educational Pre-K through middle school, serving students of diverse ethnic, cultural, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. Valuing the education of the whole child, the school encourages students to engage their minds, bodies, and spirits as they grow in confidence and communion with others.
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Wendy Buntin

Wendy Buntin serves as Vice-President of Advancement for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society covering 16 states in the Midwest and South. Prior to this role, Wendy served the American Red Cross beginning in March of 2012 as the Regional Chief Development Office for the Tennessee Region; and was promoted to National Director of Coaching and Development in the fall of 2016. In January 2018, she was asked to lead the Training Team as the National Director of Training and Development.  Wendy came to the American Red Cross after having worked as the Director of Philanthropy at The Nature Conservancy of Tennessee for 11 years.  A graduate of the University of the South, Sewanee, with a postgraduate degree from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, Wendy began her career in development at Darlington School in Rome, GA., and with Rotary International.  Wendy and her husband, Wilson, have two sons – Jack (11) and Charlie (8) and reside in Nashville, Tennessee.