Brittan joins the Crotched Mountain Foundation
Kathleen C. Brittan has joined the staff at Crotched Mountain Foundation as vice president of development. In her new role, she will be responsible for development of fundraising strategies, individual, corporate, and foundation fundraising, planning giving, major gift programs, special events and capital campaigns.
Brittan has over 25 years of experience in managing and advising nonprofit organizations, with a concentration in education, special education, and the arts, as well as marketing and communications experience in the for-profit sector.
Her previous work experience includes Massachusetts Institute of Technology; New England Colleges Fund, a consortium of private liberal arts colleges and universities; Brandeis University; Perkins School for the Blind; and Genetics Research Trust.
“We are thrilled to have Kathleen join our team,” said Donald L. Shumway, president and CEO of Crotched Mountain Foundation. “Her expertise in successfully managing non-profit organizations and development teams and leading partnerships to seek funds from large public and private sector donors will be a tremendous asset to Crotched Mountain and those we serve.”
Brittan is an active volunteer, serving as secretary of Radius Ensemble, and previously served as president of the New England Philharmonic and was a member of The Beethoven Society.