Greenwich Harbor Partners was recently retained by Retro Report and recruited Katherine Delaney as Vice President of Development.
Katherine Delaney brings more than 25 years of fundraising experience, with a focus on board development, major gifts, annual fund development and foundation giving, to her executive leadership position at Retro Report. Previously, Katherine was Development Director for the New York Foundation for the Arts, where she raised a record $22 million in emergency funding to support artists affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Before moving to New York City in 2004, she was a fundraiser for the Nature Conservancy of Canada, the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Canadian Opera Company. In New York, Katherine led the Metropolitan Opera Guild’s fundraising in support of the Met’s vast education programs. In that position she drove an 85 percent increase in giving by the board and individuals, eliminating an annual $1 million deficit. Katherine serves on the board of Opera on Tap, a nonprofit dedicated to taking opera and classical music to alternative venues and assisting young performers, and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Ms. Delaney holds a bachelor’s degree from Queen's University and a master of arts from the University of Victoria. She also holds a Certified Fundraising Executive credential (CFRE).
Greenwich Harbor Partners was recently retained to partner with Retro Report in order to expand their Board of Advisors. Retro Report’s mission is to arm the public with a more complete picture of today’s most important stories. Retro Report corrects the record, expose myths and provide historical context to the fast-paced news of our world today using investigative journalism and narrative storytelling. GHP recruited Todd Larsen, President of the Global Nexis Solutions division of LexisNexis, Justin Nyweide, Founding Partner and co-CIO of HMI Capital, and Alexandra Wallace, EVP and Head of Media & Content at Yahoo!
Chalkbeat is a non-profit news organization committed to reporting on education issues rooted in local American communities. Greenwich Harbor Partners was retained to partner with Chalkbeat to expand its board of directors. GHP identified and recruited Karen Wishart, EVP of Urban One, and Roberto Yañez, President & GM, Local News New York for Univision.
GREENWICH, CT April 25, 2018 – This latest ‘Top 40’ ranking of specialist search firms dedicated to these two powerful sectors is presented by Hunt Scanlon for the first time ever.
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Hunt Scanlon Media - December 30, 2016
One of the most interesting trends we’ve seen in 2016 is the preponderance of boutique search firms finally getting invited in – and winning – assignments for some of the most prestigious boards in the country. This trend is happening everywhere, not just in the U.S. Two recruiting firms, in particular, stood out to us: Greenwich Harbor Partners and Harvard Group International. Coincidentally, both firms were called upon by clients not just to fill a single board seat, but six of them!
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By Carrie Pryor, Media Daily News
Count changing the C-suite career path among the effects of the movement toward mobile media. Almost daily, senior executives at traditional media companies are telling me they wonder whether the big promotion is worth the wait.
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