May 7, 2021
National CASA/GAL welcomes chief development officer
Contact: Kimberly Willis Green, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404.319.7335
Seattle, WA – The National CASA/GAL Association for Children is pleased to welcome Maureen Haller as its chief development officer. As chief development officer, Haller will be responsible for growing the fundraising and development efforts at National CASA/GAL in support of the organization’s mission. She will be based in National CASA/GAL’s Seattle office.
“Maureen brings many years of experience leading resource development and marketing to drive growth and mission impact for organizations,” says Tara Lisa Perry, CEO of National CASA/GAL. “Her expertise will help us advance the important work of National CASA/GAL, and we are delighted that she is joining our team.”
Haller’s experience includes heading all areas of fund development, including multi-channel direct response fundraising, annual giving, major gifts, planning giving, foundation, events and corporate development. She spent over 20 years with Easterseals, Inc., serving in several senior leadership roles including executive vice president of development. In this role, she guided the growth and strategic advancement of the national organization and its nationwide affiliated network. Most recently, Haller served as chief development officer for Kesem, a growing national chapter-based organization serving children impacted by a parent’s cancer. Haller holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Michigan State University.
“I am honored to join the team at National CASA/GAL and to begin work that supports its incredible mission,” says Haller. “I look forward to broadening support for this organization and the important work it is doing to support children and families.”
About the National Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad Litem Association for Children
The National Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad Litem (CASA/GAL) Association for Children, together with its 948 state and local member programs, supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every child who has experienced abuse or neglect in the United States can be safe, have a permanent home and have the opportunity to thrive. National CASA/GAL offers leadership and support to the network of programs and leads its continued growth. CASA/GAL volunteers and staff work every day to help change a child’s story. To learn more, visit nationalcasagal.org or follow National CASA/GAL on Facebook or Twitter.