Development

American Ancestors / New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff

Beth A. Brown
Assistant Vice President for Advancement
Beth A. Brown

A member of the fundraising team at NEHGS since 2015, Beth travels the country identifying new volunteer leadership, raising funds from individuals, corporations, and foundations to support the operating budget, the Jewish Heritage Center, the expansion at 97 Newbury Street, the acquisition of archives, and other special projects. During her 15-year career in fundraising, Beth has worked with notable non-profit organizations throughout Boston such as Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Northeastern University’s D’Amore-Mckim School of Business, Handel and Haydn Society, and Boston Lyric Opera.

She can be reached by email at beth.brown@nehgs.org or by phone at 617-226-1211.

Ted MacMahon
Senior Gift Planning Officer
Ted MacMahon
Ted brings two decades of fundraising and capital campaign experience to NEHGS. He was previously Director of Institutional Advancement at The Fenn School and Vice President for Development at The Home for Little Wanderers in Boston. He was president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals - Massachusetts Chapter, 2003-2006, and is a certified fundraising executive (CFRE). You can email Ted at tmacmahon@nehgs.org or schedule a call at www.meetme.so/tedm.
Steven L. Solomon
Senior Philanthropy Officer
Steven L. Solomon

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 ssolomon@nehgs.org.

Stacie Madden
Director of Development
Stacie Madden

Stacie Madden has over 20 years’ experience in development, marketing, communications, sales, community relations, and volunteer management. Prior to joining NEHGS, Stacie held leadership roles at HopeHealth, IFAW, EMD Serono, Dunkin’ Brands and Reebok. She has a BA from the University of Massachusetts Boston and an MBA from Babson College. She is President of the Board of Directors for Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, and an adjunct professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University. She is the past secretary of the Scituate Cultural Council, and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and Women in Development.

You can reach Stacie at 617-226-1217 or by email at stacie.madden@nehgs.org.

Kaitlin Hurley
Development and Stewardship Coordinator
Kaitlin Hurley

Kaitlin was a Design Assistant/Junior Project Manager at Great American Art where she directly contributed to $3 million in sales which led to a 42% growth increase. Previously she was a Museum Assistant for the Porter-Phelps-Huntington House Museum where she coordinated and marketed fundraising efforts and special events for the museum.

Kaitlin graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and History, and from the Commonwealth Honors College Scholar Program with a concentration in Multidisciplinary Honors. Kaitlin lives in Canton.

Kaitlin can be reached at Kaitlin.Hurley@nehgs.org, or 617-226-1247.