New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff
Vice President of Development and Member Services
Manager of Gift Planning
Steve’s development career in Boston has focused primarily in the cultural, conservation, and academic communities, as chief development officer for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, Mass Audubon, Peabody Essex Museum, Museum of Science, and Boston Ballet.
You can reach Steve by telephone at 617-226-1238 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Development Officer
Beth brings a wealth of experience in maximizing philanthropy for notable non-profit organizations throughout Boston. Her previous development roles include Senior Major Gifts Officer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Development Officer at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-Mckim School of Business as well as fundraising roles at Handel and Haydn Society and Boston Lyric Opera. Beth has a master’s degree in art history from McGill University in Montreal.
Beth can be reached by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 617-226-1211.
Director of Constituent Relations
Meghan joined NEHGS in 2016 after leading donor relations efforts at The Freedom Fund, Helen Keller International, United Way of NYC, and the Metropolitan Opera. Meghan is an alumna of Ithaca College and also earned her Master of Philosophy degree (Anglo-Irish Literature) at Trinity College Dublin and Master of Arts degree (English and American Literature) at New York University.
Meghan can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 617-226-1253.
Robin previously worked as the administrative manager in Hebrew College's Development Department She brings twenty years of administrative experience to NEHGS.
Robin can be reached by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 617-226-1217.
Dani comes to NEHGS from the MFA's Member and Visitor Services Department, having also gained professional experience at the Robert Hull Fleming Art Museum, and as an administrative assistant to UVM's Classics Department. Dani graduated from the University of Vermont with a BA in Classical Civilizations and studied several languages including German, American Sign Language, Latin, and Greek. Originally from California, Dani braved Boston winters in order to be surrounded by the rich history and charm of New England. While not working, she loves to knit, drink craft beer, and attend indie music concerts.
Dani can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-226-1215