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Melinda Mosier

Vice President of Donor Engagement and Philanthropy Services

Melinda Mosier

Melinda Mosier leads the Foundation’s donor engagement and philanthropy services team, overseeing all aspects of development, donor engagement and donor services. She has been with the Charitable Foundation since 2008. She served as senior program officer and lead staff for the Monadnock Region for eight years, specializing in stewardship and philanthropic planning before being appointed Director of Donor Services in 2016. As Director of Donor Services, Melinda led the staff and processes that support Foundation donors, from fund-creation to understanding the impact of giving.

Melinda holds a B.S. in international political science from Northern Arizona University where she completed two terms of service as an AmeriCorps volunteer in the public school system working with Latino and Native American youth. She was a professional in the development field of higher education for nearly 15 years prior to joining the Foundation.

An active leader in her community, Melinda has served on the boards of a number of nonprofit organizations including Sophia’s Hearth Family Center, the Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship, Giving Monadnock, and Arts Alive. She has also served as a guest lecturer in philanthropy for the Higher Education Resource Services at both Bryn Mawr and Wellesley Colleges and is a former Congress-Bundestag Scholar.

Melinda lives in Keene, New Hampshire.

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