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The Corporate Engagement Coordinator serves on the Institutional Giving team, which leads corporate and foundation giving activities within the Philanthropy Department. The Coordinator will report to the Executive Director, Institutional Giving, and will be responsible for managing the essential day to day administrative tasks of the team as well as special projects related to the maintenance and growth of the team’s programmatic goals. Coordinating activities within the Institutional Giving team and with other teams in Philanthropy, the Coordinator will independently develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure robust prospect research, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of corporate and foundation donors. The Coordinator will be expected to interface with other administrative and scientific leadership and staff across the Center as well as with donors and peer organizations.
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