Welcome and congrats to Mary Fu on her promotion to Chief Development officer of Helen Keller Services.
Mary is a resident of Plainview, New York, who joined Helen Keller Services in 2015, and most recently served as development operations officer for the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults, a division of Helen Keller Services.
Joseph Bruno, president and chief executive officer, let the O know of her appointment and said, “Mary is ideally qualified to serve as Chief Development Officer. She brings considerable development, fund-raising, and grant development expertise to the new role. It’s an honor to welcome Mary in her new position.”
According to Bruno, Mary will supervise and manage the entire development team and be responsible for all day-to-day development operations. She has more than 17 years of experience in development and prior experience in the financial sector, having previously served as both assistant director of Development and Database Operations Manager at Long Island University in Brookville, N.Y. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree from Hofstra University and her Master of Business Administration in Finance from LIU.
Helen Keller Services [57 Willoughby St. at Lawrence Street in Downtown, (718) 522–2122].
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