Spence-Chapin Services To Families & Children Names Caroline Gallagher As EVP, Chief Development Officer
Non-profit veteran brings impressive record of transforming fundraising programs to the agency
NEW YORK - Dec. 14, 2015 - PRLog -- Spence-Chapin, a non-profit adoption and family services agency, today announced that Caroline Gallagher has joined the 107-year-old agency as EVP, Chief Development Officer. Gallagher will design, implement and manage all fundraising activities. In this role she will help develop programs that provide a welcoming and supportive environment for members of the Spence-Chapin community, and will provide strategic planning and direction in all facets of development.
Gallagher brings more than 15 years of non-profit development and fundraising experience to Spence-Chapin. For nearly a decade, she held various positions including Senior Managing Director at Changing Our World, Inc., an international philanthropy and fundraising firm. More recently she acted as founder and principal of Gallagher Molloy Consulting, LLC, providing counsel and oversight of fundraising planning and implementation initiatives to clients. Gallagher earned her Bachelor of Arts from Providence College and her Master of Science from Fordham University. She resides in Manhattan with her husband and their two children.
“Caroline is a results-oriented, strategic fundraiser with a proven record helping non-profit organizations transform their fundraising programs and donor support,” says Adam Cotumaccio, President, Spence-Chapin. “Her vast experience with large-scale capital campaigns, development audits, development curriculum, annual giving, partnerships, and Board development will greatly impact the important work of Spence-Chapin. Caroline is a highly regarded development professional who is well suited to help us continue our work to find families for children in the most need.”
About Spence-Chapin Services to Families & Children
Spence-Chapin is a licensed and accredited non-profit organization. The agency brings over 100 years of experience in finding families for children through its adoption and mental and emotional health programs. Spence-Chapin’