AKC Canine Health Foundation Hires Bradford Brady as Director of Development
The AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to prevent, treat and cure diseases in all dogs, is pleased to announce that Bradford Brady has been hired as director of development for the Foundation. In this role, Mr. Brady will lead the Foundation’s fundraising efforts to further the mission of the organization.
“We are thrilled to have Bradford on board, and are confident his knowledge and expertise in the nonprofit sector and in fundraising will help CHF continue to grow,” said Dr. Diane Brown, CHF chief executive officer.
As the director of development, Mr. Brady will foster and establish relationships with individuals, breed clubs, and corporations that are committed to the health of all dogs. Additionally, he will develop strategies to increase major, annual and planned gifts to the Foundation.
“I look forward to working with the many people committed to CHF, and establishing a comprehensive fundraising plan that will enable further funding of canine health research,” said Brady. “It’s clear there are many supporters who are passionate about our mission, and together, I am confident we can continue to positively impact the health of dogs everywhere.”
Mr. Brady is a graduate of North Carolina State University with degrees in accounting, business management, and economics. He has worked in the nonprofit sector for 12 years, managing major fundraising events, stewardship programs, an endowment campaign, and serving as a major gifts officer.
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