Baltimore Nonprofit HASA Appoints New External Relations Director

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Ilana Glazer to lead organization's fundraising, communications, and outreach initiatives

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Ilana’s ability to engage and empower community stakeholders and donors will be a huge asset in expanding HASA’s impact in Baltimore and beyond.

HASA, a Baltimore nonprofit that provides hearing, speech, and education services, recently appointed Ilana Glazer as its new external relations director. In her role, Ilana leads HASA’s fundraising, communications, and outreach initiatives. Specifically, Ilana directs donor relations, grants administration, external communications, community education, brand strategy, public policy, and volunteer management.

With more than 15 years in the nonprofit sector, Ilana brings extensive experience in nonprofit management, fundraising, and partnership development. Prior to joining HASA’s team, Ilana led development and communication at the Institute for Islamic, Christian and Jewish Studies (ICJS).

“Ilana’s ability to engage and empower community stakeholders and donors will be a huge asset in expanding HASA’s impact in Baltimore and beyond,” said Erin Stauder, HASA’s executive director.

Ilana joins an organization with strong roots in the Baltimore community. Founded in 1926, HASA is a well-established, private, non-profit organization that offers a multitude of services to individuals of all ages with various communication needs.

When asked about her new position, she said, “I’m inspired by the amazing growth story of HASA, a hallmark Baltimore organization. I Iook forward to increasing HASA’s presence in the community and furthering the organization’s mission of connecting people to their worlds.”

Ilana holds a B.A. from Columbia University. She resides in Baltimore County with her husband and three children.

About HASA
One of Baltimore’s oldest nonprofit organizations, HASA’s mission is to support prevention, treatment and advocacy initiatives related to communication. Programs include hearing aids, hearing health programs, speech-language evaluation and therapy, special education, school-related language and literacy programs, interpreting, and sign language classes. For more information, please visit http://www.hasa.org or call (410) 318-6780.

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