SAVANNAH, GA – May 1, 2019– Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) is proud to announce the addition of two new staff members: Chief Mission OfficerSue Adlerand Chief Advancement Officer Nadine Mooers.
Susan Adler is an experienced nonprofit professional who specializes in community engagement, communications and fundraising. Sue has many professional accomplishments in the local community including establishing Savannah’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and fighting for Savannah’s tiniest citizens as executive director of the Savannah Chapter of the March of Dimes. She also directed community outreach events for Savannah’s Memorial Hospital, launching unique programs for the community.
Sue holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Goucher College and a Master of Arts in elementary education and teaching from the University of South Carolina – Beaufort.
She serves on several community boards including: The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism, Horizons Savannah and the Savannah chapter of Hadassah.
Prior to joining HSF, Nadine Mooers spent the majority of her career focusing on community relations, institutional advancement, volunteerism and nonprofit work, raising millions of dollars as a professional staff person and volunteer.Mooers is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey, earning a Bachelor of Science in business and environmental studies with a concentration in public administration. Mooers was the assistant director of annual giving and alumni relations at Ramapo College, the director of institutional advancement at Immaculate Conception High School and, most recently, the director of the annual fund and events at Hilton Head Preparatory School. Additionally, she was certified in fundraising management by Columbia University in New York City.
“We are delighted to add such talented and passionate individuals to our team,” said HSF President and CEO Daniel Carey. “HSF takes pride in our commitment to protecting Savannah’s buildings, places, and stories, and I know Sue and Nadine are the perfect additions to help us fulfill our mission.”
HSF saves buildings, places and stories that define Savannah’s past, present, and future. Following its formation in 1955, HSF started a Revolving Fund to save endangered historic properties. To date, HSF has saved and protected more than 370 buildings throughout Savannah’s historic districts. HSF demonstrates the cultural, social and economic benefits of preservation as good public policy by proving that preservation and progress go hand-in-hand.
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