AIA News

June 10, 2020

AIA Welcomes New Director of Development

The AIA is pleased to welcome Elizabeth Bailey as its new Director of Development. Liz has over 10 years of professional fundraising experience having worked in front line fundraising roles with Special Olympics, Methodist Health System, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. In her most recent role with Beth Israel Lahey Health, Liz planned, designed, implemented, and tracked a comprehensive multi-channel annual fund and leadership giving program. She also created and managed strategy for the Hospital’s Advisory Board. In her free time, Liz serves as incoming President of the Board for the Pembroke Historical Society in Pembroke, MA, and cares for her many animals on her historic homestead, which was built in 1702. 

We are delighted to have Liz join the AIA as its new Director of Development!

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