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|Lynne Becker, Senior Counsel, Advancement-Solutions|
Becker has served as Kintera’s Vice President and General Manager of the
health and social services sector leading a vertical group of
services for a variety of clients including foundations, social
agencies, and international organizations.
Most recently, Ms. Becker worked with the American Red Cross as its Director of Development Systems for the organization’s fundraising division. While at the American Red Cross, Ms. Becker played an instrumental role in a 2.5 million record conversion, a system integration for 990 chapters, and process improvement opportunities.
Ms. Becker was also a member of the consulting firm of Bentz Whaley Flessner where she assisted higher education institutions and healthcare facilities prepare for major fundraising campaigns or reorganize for optimal efficiencies. She was also the Assistant Vice President for Advancement Services at the University of Washington and managed a staff that supported development and alumni relations.
Ms. Becker has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Hood College in Frederick, Maryland; a Master of Education in student personnel work in higher education from Loyola University in Chicago; and a Master of Business Administration in higher education administration from the University of Hawaii. She is finishing her doctorate from Vanderbilt University in organizational behavior. Ms. Becker is also the recipient of the CASE Crystal Apple Award.
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