NEDRA Board Member and Conference Committee co-chair Anne Brownlee has announced that she will be leaving the board just before this year's conference...to move on to an exciting new opportunity Down Under!
Anne joined the Board in 2012. Since that time, she has served on the Scholarship, Ann Castle Award, Marketing, and Conference Committees. She will be moving to Adelaide, Australia to work at the University of Adelaide, where she will be Manager, Research and Due Diligence, working on research, prospect management, and gift policy. Anne says that she is excited to bring all she's learned in her more than ten years as a NEDRA member to a new country.
We'll all miss Anne very much, and are grateful for all the wonderful work she's done for NEDRA!
Anne's departure means that there will be four empty board seats at the end of this fiscal year. The Board Nominations Committee reviewed applications from prospective Board Members, and presented recommendations for four applicants to the Board on March 27. The Board voted to accept these recommendations, and this slate will be presented to the NEDRA membership for a vote at the Annual Business Meeting at the conference.
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