Grenzebach Glier and Associates (GG+A) Appoints Laurie Musgrove, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, to the Firm’s Executive Committee

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GG+A is pleased to announce the promotion of Laurie Musgrove from Vice President and Managing Director to Senior Vice President and Managing Director, and her appointment to the firm’s Executive Committee. Her in-depth experience and expertise are extraordinary assets to the firm.

Laurie Musgrove

Laurie Musgrove, Senior Vice President and Managing Director

Laurie’s depth of fundraising perspective across non-profit sectors is a tremendous asset to the firm.

Laurie Musgrove brings to her GG+A clients more than 30 years of experience in consulting, fundraising and management roles in public and private universities, healthcare institutions, and arts and cultural organizations. Her areas of expertise include assessing and building development operations, campaign planning and execution, mentoring staff in creating and executing cultivation and solicitation strategies, Board development, and volunteer management.

Since joining GG+A in 2006, Laurie has worked with a broad spectrum of non-profit organizations to facilitate fundraising success. Selected clients she has served include: Albright College, Duke Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, College of Charleston, University of Notre Dame, University of Pennsylvania, Ripon College, Rush University Medical Center, and Teachers College (Columbia University). “Laurie’s depth of fundraising perspective across non-profit sectors is a tremendous asset to the firm,” says John Glier, Chief Executive Officer at GG+A. “We are very pleased to be able to leverage her depth of knowledge through her service on the firm’s Executive Committee.”

Prior to joining GG+A in 2006, Laurie served for 10 years as Vice President for University Advancement at Bryant University. While there, she designed and led Bryant’s first comprehensive campaign, reaching its goal 14 months ahead of schedule and, ultimately, exceeding it by 20 percent.

Previously, Laurie served as Assistant Vice President for Development at Villanova University, where she managed the Major Gifts Program of “The Campaign for Villanova,” supported the volunteer structure, and mentored the Major Gifts staff.

As Associate Vice President and Director of Development for Drexel University, Laurie designed and built the institution’s newly reorganized development program. As Director of Major Gifts and, later, as Executive Director of University Development at Pennsylvania State University, Laurie led a complete reorganization of the Volunteer Program for the regional Major Gifts initiative, as part of “The Campaign for Penn State.”

Earlier in her career, Laurie served in development leadership and management roles at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Ballet, the Fort Worth Opera Association, University of Missouri-Columbia, and the University of Texas at Dallas.

Grenzebach Glier and Associates (GG+A) is a global philanthropic management consultancy, providing strategic counsel and analytic solutions for non-profit organizations intending to take their fundraising campaigns and programs to the next level of operational and financial performance. Services include campaign feasibility studies, comprehensive counsel and reviews for major gift, planned giving, annual giving, and corporate and foundation relations programs, as well as for strategic communications and advancement services. GG+A also offers DonorScape® wealth screening and predictive modeling solutions for evaluating donor capacity and propensity to give, portfolio analysis for streamlining operations and improving gift officer performance, and benchmarking services for comparative performance analysis within peer groups. We are honored to serve clients across education, healthcare, and arts and culture sectors, as well as a broad contingent of global NGOs, employing data-driven strategies to accelerate growth in philanthropic revenues.


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