Savino, MPA, CFRE
Partner, Resource Development Counsel
Gae Hoffman Savino
For the past 25 years, Gae has designed and presented extensive board development
leadership training programs, facilitated strategic planning retreats, developed
fund-raising campaigns, including annual, capital, and major gifts and conducted
-- identifying new funding leadership and creating strong relationships among
the giving partners.
Gae has provided fund-raising counsel to universities, secondary schools,
hospitals, health care and human services, an international child welfare
organization, public/private partnerships, historic preservation, an environmental organization
and a community-based
Professional and Academic Experience
||At Beth Israel Medical Center (NYC), Gae served as the Director of Development
the initial phase of a $40 million capital campaign. She supervised directors
Foundation/Corporate Relations, Grateful Patients Program and Research Services.
||Previously, as Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving at Seton Hall University
(SHU), she was instrumental to realizing $51 million towards a $100 million goal. She
also served as the
Director of Development and Public Relations at Clara Maass Medical Center.
||Working on Capital Hill for Congressmen James J. Howard and William Hughes
D.C., Gae served as a legislative case worker for immigration, adoption, and
||She earned a Master's Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from SHU.
the Financial Development/Nonprofit Management Program at Adelphi University.
Facilitator, Lecturer, Professor
||Frequent lecturer at conferences and workshops, including The 1999 CHASE Nonprofit
and Management Assistance Series; the keynote address, Capacity Building:
Relationships Among the Giving Partners, at the NY Archdiocese
Conference for Secondary Schools
||Executive Forum of Western CT State University; 1998 International NSFRE Conference.
||Among Gae's writing credits: Creating Profitable Collaborative Leadership
||National Catholic Educational Association's Momentum
Journal, Nov. 1998
|| Demystifying The
Feasibility Study, Westchester Community Foundation Newsletter, Fall 1998;
Connection Bridging Research and Practice, Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute
of New Jersey.
||For the past ten years, Gae has taught graduate courses on resource development
She has also taught at Marymount College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Kean
College of NJ,
the NSFRE Survey Course, and the NJ Chapter NSFRE Fundamentals Course.
||Gae serves as Chair, BLYTHEDALE Children's
Hospital, Children's Circle of Friends
Major Gifts, Briarcliff Education Foundation; the Editorial Board of the Nonprofit
||Institute of NJ at SHU; The Westchester Community Foundation Fund for Women
served on the board of Family Service of Westchester; National Awards Judge,
Junior Leagues International; Chair, Training Committee for The Council of
Junior Leagues of
Westchester; NSFRE National Board and Foundation Board, President, NJ Chapter,
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