Lawrence, MA—Kelly MacLean Clark, an executive with more than two decades of experience fundraising in Massachusetts, will be assuming the role of chief development officer at Lawrence General Hospital in late November. Most recently, Clark has successfully led a team at Wentworth- Douglass Hospital in Dover, New Hampshire, as vice president of Community Relations and Philanthropy. Prior to that position, her health care development experience includes many years at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she served as the senior major gifts officer and senior director of Development at the MGH Cancer Center.
Donors in Boston and the Merrimack Valley may also recognize Clark from her years in academic philanthropy leadership at UMass Boston, Suffolk University, and Merrimack College.
“Kelly joins Lawrence General at a critical time in the growth of our philanthropy program. She has great experience and ideas, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming her to our executive leadership team,
” comments Dianne J. Anderson, RN, Lawrence General president and CEO. “There is much work to do at a time when hospitals, in Massachusetts and across the nation, are depending more and more on the support and vision of the residents in the communities they serve!