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Welcome to our new Associate Director — Heather Robinson!

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We are proud to welcome Heather Robinson as Associate Director. Based in our new Newark, NJ office, Heather will focus primarily on grantmaker relationships and strengthening the Support Center’s development capacity.

Heather is a recognized leader in both the philanthropic and nonprofit arenas in the Northeast region of the United States.  She served as Partnership In Philanthropy’s Executive Director/CEO for two years and played a key role in fostering the merger of Partnership In Philanthropy with the Support Center.  Prior to her CEO role, she served as Partnership In Philanthropy’s Marketing & Development Director for three years.  Earlier in her career, Heather served as the Executive Vice President of the Drucker Foundation in New York, an organization whose mission is to strengthen the leadership of the social sector by providing nonprofit executives with essential leadership wisdom, inspiration and resources.  Before moving to New York City, Heather was the Director of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation, Boston, which funds legal services to the poor.

Heather received her B.A. in Art History from George Washington University and her M.A. in Museum Administration from Seton Hall University. She is a board member of the Chatham Education Foundation and is also a volunteer with the Junior League of Summit, Chatham Recreation and the Girls Scouts.

Contact Heather (917)-868 1957 or hrobinson@supportcenteronline.org) if you are a grantmaker or supporter, or want to know more about supporting our activities.
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