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For Immediate Release:
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September 23, 2020 – New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) announced today that it has hired Jennifer Fekete-Donners as the think-tank’s new Development Director. In this role, Jennifer will direct the organization’s fundraising.
"We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer to the NJPP team,” said Brandon McKoy, President of NJPP. “Her breadth and depth of experience are the perfect fit for us and the goals we are looking to achieve, and her commitment to the values of racial equity and economic justice is clear and compelling."
Jennifer is an experienced development and fundraising professional, with over fifteen years of experience working in the nonprofit and higher education sectors. She is a skilled development writer and communicator, with particular expertise in annual giving, fundraising event management, and donor cultivation.
Prior to joining NJPP, Jennifer was the Associate Director of Advancement at the Michener Art Museum, a cultural institution devoted to preserving, interpreting and displaying the rich artistic legacy of Bucks County and the surrounding region. Prior to her time at the Michener, Jennifer was Development Director at One Simple Wish and the Manager of Membership and Annual Support at the Princeton University Art Museum. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in History of Art from Cornell University.
“I have called New Jersey home for fifteen years, and am so very proud to have the opportunity to use the skills I have acquired across my career to give back to this community,” said NJPP Development Director Jennifer Fekete-Donners. “I am thrilled to join the team at NJPP, knowing that I will be able to do my part to advocate for policies that build a fairer, more equitable New Jersey.”
Jennifer’s first day with NJPP was September 1.
Founded in 1997, NJPP is a “think and do” tank, driving policy change to advance economic, social, and racial justice through evidence-based independent research, analysis, and advocacy.
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