Meet Mary Chamberlain, presenter for our May 23@4: “Prospect Research”

Mary Chamberlain

Our May 23@4: Prospect Research gives you the opportunity to connect with yet another area professional with special nonprofit skill set.

Mary Chamberlain, the Associate Director of Grants and Advancement Services at Indiana Tech, will lead this quick program – giving you an overview of the practice – and emphasizing the ethics and policies your organization need to establish before beginning.

Mary has been with Tech since October of 2011 and started as an Information Analyst and Researcher for the office of Institutional Advancement. In her current role, she coordinates all grant activities; provides systems and research support for the Institutional Advancement office through the use of computer programs and software tools; and manages a portfolio of 40 individual gift prospects.

Previously, Mary was the Prospect Researcher and Campaign Coordinator at Lourdes University located in Sylvania, OH. Mary has also worked at various non-profit organizations including the following: The Cleveland Orchestra; Women’s Community Foundation (Cleveland); Great Lakes Theater Festival; and The Cleveland Foundation.

Mary has obtained Master of Arts in Arts Administration from the University of Akron and a Bachelors of Science in Theater and Political Science from Baldwin-Wallace University. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration at Indiana Tech.

We’re excited to introduce you to Mary – and the skills she’s eager to share with you!

May 23@4: Prospect Research
May 23, 4:00
ACPL Downtown
Meeting Room B
Register here to attend

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