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By: Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate via PR Newswire
April 11, 2014 at 11:18 AM EDT
Edward M. Kennedy Institute Welcomes Vice President of Development
Maureen Grieco joins team from MIT’s Philanthropic Partnerships office.
BOSTON, April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate (the EMK Institute) is proud to announce Maureen O. Grieco as Vice President of Development. As a member of the Institute’s senior management team she will design and implement the organization’s Fundraising Strategic Plan.
Grieco has 10 years in managing major gift fundraising for large organizations. Most recently, Grieco was a Philanthropic Advisor for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Office of Philanthropic Partnerships, where she managed a portfolio of MIT’s most generous donors and worked with senior leadership to provide strategies and assistance in developing relationships with prospects and thought leaders.
Prior to joining MIT, Grieco was a Major Gifts Officer for Yale School of Medicine in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. Grieco started her career in political fundraising in Connecticut and also worked on campaigns around the country.
“I am honored to join a team that is working to bring Senator Kennedy’s vision to life,” said Grieco. “I look forward to having our many generous benefactors, as well as visitors from across the country, experience the Institute’s interactive programs and spend time with us at this beautiful facility.”
Kennedy Institute President Andrew Tarsy remarked, “Maureen is an exciting addition to our team. Her focus will be on helping us build meaningful relationships to help us create something very special. I look forward to working together.”
About the Edward M. Kennedy Institute
The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate is dedicated to studying and exploring how our government and the Senate works - and how it can work better - invigorating public discourse, and inspiring visitors and the next generation of citizens to become more active in their own communities. The anticipated date of the Institute’s dedication date, when the facility will open it’s doors to the public, will be announced later this year. More information can be found at www.EMKInstitute.org.
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