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Campbell & Company is excited to present First Look: Giving USA 2012 with AFP Massachusetts on Wednesday, June 27th at 8:00am ET.
Diversity Fellows - Free
AFP MA Members - $35.00
Non-Members - $50.00
Wednesday, June 27th at 8:00am ET
Schedule will be posted soon!
Revere Boston Hotel
200 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116
Willliam R. Hausman, Senior Vice President, Campbell & Company
Nancy Sullivan Skinner, Chief Advancement Officer, The Winsor School
As Chief Advancement Officer at The Winsor School in Boston, Nancy is responsible for overseeing an $80 million comprehensive campaign to fund the new Centers for the Performing Arts, Athletics and Wellness. Nancy came to Winsor from Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston where she was Chief Development Officer since 2007. For eight years prior to that, Nancy was Development Counsel to more than 25 educational, arts and culture, and environmental organizations at Jaques & Company, Winsor’s development consultant.
Much of Nancy’s adult life has been spent in or around independent schools. After graduating as a member of the last class admitted to Radcliffe College, Nancy and her husband taught at Choate Rosemary Hall School for two years. Nancy moved on briefly to Belmont Hill School before pursuing an MBA from Boston University. Her several development directorships since then include educational institutions such as the Berkeley Preparatory School in Tampa, Florida, and The Children’s Museum in San Diego, California.
Christine Stokes, Senior Director of Development and External Affairs, Facing History and Ourselves
As senior director of development and external affairs at Facing History and Ourselves, Chris manages institutional fundraising and major community events; she serves on the senior leadership team of the development department and on the organization’s 10-member strategy team. Chris is a board member of Women in Development of Greater Boston. Prior to joining Facing History, she held the positions of director of public affairs and dean of admissions at Wheelock College. Chris received a B.A. from the State University at New York at Stony Brook and an M.S. from Syracuse University.