Christina Mattison

Christina Mattison is the senior vice president of the Virtua Foundation. She is responsible for the development and executive oversight of securing philanthropic support for Virtua’s programs, services and strategic priorities. 

Mattison is an experienced fundraising professional with a proven track record of securing philanthropic support at major hospital systems in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  As the Director of Major Gifts at Virtua Foundation, Mattison consistently exceeded her fundraising goals and secured major gifts that helped transform patient care at Virtua. 

Mattison has established meaningful relationships with families and donors at Virtua resulting in many important gifts.  Mattison’s fundraising efforts include a million dollar gift to help establish and implement a state-of-the-art pharmacy centralized distribution service, a major gift to establish the Endowment for Orthopedics Research at Virtua, a major gift to help establish Virtua’s innovative Learning Lab and a major gift in support of the Visiting Paws animal-assisted activities program. She also engaged physicians across Virtua and the community to create the Physician Partners in Philanthropy Initiative that has raised over $1.4 million to support patient care and community initiatives.

Prior to her current role, Mattison served as the director of business and community development for Virtua’s Post Acute Services. Prior to joining Virtua, Mattison served as the director of development at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where she contributed significantly to the advancement of the major gifts program and secured many important gifts to advance clinical care and research. 

Mattison’s passion, can-do attitude and experience advance her ability to secure philanthropic support to ensure that Virtua is able to help patients and the community Be Well, Get Well and Stay Well.

Mattison received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from the Temple Fox School of Business. Mattison is an active volunteer in her community with Junior Achievement through Virtua.