SCHNECKSVILLE, PA (September 22, 2016) – KidsPeace announced that it has named Ann M. McCauley to the position of Vice President of Development, effective immediately.
Ms. McCauley, of Bucks County, PA, has extensive experience in children’s education, non-profit management and promotion. Prior to joining KidsPeace, she served as director of leadership giving for Heritage Conservancy in Doylestown, PA, a community-based organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the natural and historic heritage of Bucks and Montgomery counties.
In her role at KidsPeace, Ms. McCauley will oversee fundraising, grant writing, donor development, community relations and government relations functions for the organization. She will be based at KidsPeace’s headquarters in Schnecksville, PA.
“We’re delighted to welcome Ann to our management team, as the role that she will play as Vice President of Development is a key part of our organization’s plans for the future,” said William Isemann, KidsPeace President and CEO. “Ann brings the right combination of experience, enthusiasm and energy to face the challenges in growing our support among donors and other stakeholders,” he added.
Ms. McCauley served as a classroom teacher, international marketing director for Sylvan Learning Centers, founder of The Broken Barn, a business designed to support and market the work of local artists in southeast Pennsylvania, and executive director of the Bucks County Audubon Society, before joining Heritage Conservancy. She earned a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and education from the University of Delaware.
For 134 years, KidsPeace has been building on its expertise to give hope, help and healing to children, families and communities throughout the United States. Through its comprehensive range of residential treatment programs; accredited educational services; unique psychiatric hospital and foster care and community-based programs, KidsPeace is dedicated to helping people connect, transform and overcome their challenges to ensure a stable future, transition to adulthood and gain independence. Since its doors opened in 1882, more than 200,000 children have participated in one of the multitude of programs KidsPeace offers.
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