Having viewed the development world from an executive perspective, Faith Eutsay is strongly attuned to the characteristics of leadership. Her innovative nature and exceptional communication skills, finely honed from her experience in senior level nonprofit and for-profit roles, help Faith effectively identify, engage and match top candidates with culture-appropriate clients.
Her connection to the nonprofit world began with Integral Resources, Inc., telephone fundraising specialists for the nonprofit profession. There, Faith was hired as Fundraising Campaign Manager and Account Executive, and quickly moved up through the ranks to her eventual role as Vice President of Client Services. In that capacity, Faith managed annual giving initiatives for 13 nonprofit partners, raising over $7 million yearly, and directed all communication programs in addition to other responsibilities.
Faith made the leap to the nonprofit sector as Vice President of Development for Easter Seals Massachusetts, where working closely with the president, she oversaw every aspect of the department. In addition to supervising all major gift, annual fund, special event, corporation and foundation activity, Faith served as chief frontline fundraiser to key donors while managing a development staff and Board relationships. In her seven-plus years helming the development division, Faith played a key role in advancing the organization’s strategic initiatives.
As Search Director at LOIS L. LINDAUER SEARCHES (LLLS), Faith relies on her twenty years of development experience to guide her in fulfilling client needs. A self-described “generalist,” she brings the best of both frontline fundraising and management expertise to the LLLS team. Faith is responsible for placing Chief Development Officers (or the equivalent position) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Babson College, Western Connecticut Health Network Foundation, Society for Science & the Public, and Whitinsville Christian School. She has placed multiple candidates at WGBH, PBS’s single largest producer for television, mobile and the web; the Rheumatology Research Foundation and Syracuse University, and counts Louisiana State University, Santa Clara University and Moffit Cancer Center among her successful placements with several others to her credit.
Faith holds an M.A. in Interpersonal Communications from Purdue University and a B.A. in Communications/Business from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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