PBP: Maine Women’s Fund hires
Maine Women’s Fund hires two new staff members
Penobcot Bay Pilot, Tuesday, February 17, 2015
PORTLAND — The Maine Women's Fund, the only Maine foundation focused exclusively on advancing women's and girl's economic security, announces the hiring of two staff members.
Kelly Fitzpatrick Martin joined the staff in 2014 as Operations Manager. A native of Houlton, Kelly attended Bates College where she obtained a B.S. in biology. After several years in the medical field at Massachusetts General Hospital, she returned to Maine.
In 2006 she joined the staff of the Maine Cancer Foundation in an administrative support role, then as office manager. Most recently she’s worked as events manager, where she managed the "Tri for a Cure," an annual $1.4M fundraising event with 1,400 participants and 500 volunteers.
Fitzpatrick Martin has advanced skills in volunteer coordination, communications, data-base management and reporting, and a diverse array of nonprofit operations. She lives in South Portland with her husband, son, and two daughters. She works full-time out of the Fund's Falmouth office.
Anne Saer Driscoll joined the staff in 2014 as finance and human resources manager. With a BBA in accounting from the University of Texas and a B.A. from Tulane University in Art History, Saer Driscoll has worked as an auditor at Arthur Andersen in New Orleans, manager of budgets and contracts at Volunteers of America Greater New York, controller for the New York Host Committee of the Democratic National Committee's Convention in 1992, and as chief financial officer at the League of Conservation Voters as well as Education Voters of America in Washington, DC.
As an experienced accounting professional, she has managed complex nonprofit budgetary and human resource operations. She relocated with her husband, a Bowdoin alumnus, to York Harbor several years ago, and has served as treasurer and currently a board member of the Museums of Old York and on the Ladies Committee of York Hospital. She is also a licensed real estate agent. She works part-time for the Fund at the Falmouth office.
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Posted 02.17.2015 under News and Resources