The Director, Donor Relations reports to the Deputy Director, Advancement and works closely with the Museum Director to design a comprehensive and integrated fundraising program for individual contributed income sources for the Museum’s annual giving programs and special capital projects. The incumbent implements tactics to support an overall strategy and build a major donor base, managing a portfolio of 100-150 donors and prospects, with an emphasis on five- to seven-figure gifts and an annual fundraising goal of $5M. The incumbent manages the domestic and international donor travel program, and oversees upper-level donor groups. Additionally, the Director, Donor Relations regularly liaises with the curatorial and programming staff for donor cultivation and solicitation, and collaborates on the design and implementation of all donor events. The Director, Donor Relations is expected to attend Museum donor functions and to have frequent written and oral communication and interaction with all levels of donors, prospects and volunteers. The incumbent also works directly with the Museum Director on special projects as they arise.
To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Michael Harrison, Deputy Director, Finance, Operations & Administration, at [email protected] with “Director, Donor Relations” in the subject line.