Brant Woodward

Executive Vice President, Southeast Region

Brant Woodward is the executive vice president of the American Cancer Society’s Southeast Region, which serves communities in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and Virginia.

As Executive Vice President, Brant is the region’s senior-most staff executive, driving the development and implementation of the Society’s mission and revenue strategies across five states and Puerto Rico. He engages corporate and medical leaders, high-level donors, and leadership volunteers in furthering the fight against cancer. Under his leadership, the region serves thousands of cancer patients and caregivers and engages volunteers to support community-based programs. The Southeast Region inspires and equips companies to provide healthy workplaces and raises more than $80 million annually to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

Brant started his American Cancer career in 1994. He has extensive experience and expertise in income development, volunteer partnerships, strategic planning, and operations management. His prior roles include Income Development Vice President, Regional Vice President, and most recently Senior Vice President of Operations for the Society’s former East Central Division, which served Pennsylvania and Ohio. Additionally, Brant has held leadership roles for three Hope Lodge capital campaigns, served on the Society’s Nationwide Income Development Council and chaired numerous nationwide and regional task forces focused on fundraising and volunteer engagement.

Brant received his BA from Elon University, and he resides in Atlanta with his wife, Kim, and daughter, Caroline.