Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Dr. Deborah Osgood & Jack Heath explore what makes leaders tick through a series of interviews and discussions. Hear the stories of leaders from all over the country.... Show More
July 13, 2020 24 min
Stephanie Couturier was appointed Interim CEO for the American Red Cross of Northern New England in June of 2020. Prior to this appointment, she worked as the Chief Development Officer for the New Hampshire and Vermont region and became Regional Chief Development Officer for the Northern New England upon the regions’ merger in 2020. In these roles, she is responsible for managing all aspects of fundraising which include leading a team of dynamic fundraisers, collaborating on program development, board engagement, and creating a vision to encourage support of the organization’s life-saving mission. Stephanie is a skilled professional with over 14 years of direct non-profit, community relations, fundraising and event planning experience. Throughout her career, she has built and led high performing fundraising teams and personally managed portfolios of over $400,000.
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