Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Landry named New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has hired Shari Landry of Concord as its new Vice President of Philanthropic Services. Landry will be a member of the Charitable Foundation's Leadership Team and will maintain a portfolio of prospective donors, fund establishers and professional advisors. In this position, she will also manage the Philanthropic Services Department, which is responsible for helping donors organize their philanthropy.
"Landry is a relationship-builder who enjoys working with donors and professional advisors," said Helen Goodman, the Foundation's COO. "She is also a strong leader who loves to build, manage and participate in highly effective teams. Landry embraces change, thrives in a fast past environment, and brings energy and enthusiasm to all that she does. We are delighted to have her aboard."
Landry most recently served as Vice President of Development at the Crotched Mountain Foundation in Greenfield, New Hampshire. She has worked with Child and Family Services and Easter Seals New Hampshire, and has owned her own consulting firm. She holds a Masters of Science Degree from Springfield College and a B.A. from UNH. In 2007, she earned a Certificate in Fundraising Management from the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University.

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