Veteran fundraiser, Dianna Campbell-Saulsbury, joins senior leadership team
The National Council on Aging (NCOA), the leading nonprofit service and advocacy organization for older adults, is pleased to welcome Dianna Campbell-Saulsbury as Chief Development Officer.
Campbell-Saulsbury will lead the transformation of fundraising in support of NCOA’s social impact goal to improve the health and economic security of 10 million older adults by 2020. She will serve as a strategist to develop innovative and effective partnerships with stakeholders that value NCOA’s innovative tools and services.
“Dianna’s experience and infectious, mission-driven personality are an important addition to our senior leadership team,” said James Firman, NCOA President and Chief Executive Officer. “Her passion for seeking like-minded partnerships for our core mission of work is invigorating. I’m excited to see how she galvanizes established and new partnerships as NCOA strives to improve the lives of millions of older adults.”
Before joining NCOA in September, Campbell-Saulsbury was Senior Director of Client Services for Rescue: The Behavior Change Agency, where she led the Youth Engagement and Policy divisions nationwide. She has also served as Vice President, Development for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, and Senior Director of Corporate Relations at the National 4-H Council, where she exceeded development goals by creating unique partnership opportunities.
Campbell-Saulsbury has a Masters in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Walden University and earned a B.A. in Communications at Hampton University. She is a past president and sits on the Board of Directors of the D.C. Pearls Foundation and is an active member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a trusted national leader working to ensure that every person can age well. Since 1950, our mission has not changed: Improve the lives of millions of older adults, especially those who are struggling. NCOA empowers people with the best solutions to improve their own health and economic security—and we strengthen government programs that we all depend on as we age. Every year, millions of people use our signature programs BenefitsCheckUp®, My Medicare Matters®, and the Aging Mastery Program® to age well. By offering online tools and collaborating with a nationwide network of partners, NCOA is working to improve the lives of 40 million older adults by 2030. Learn more at ncoa.org and @NCOAging.