Rodman for Kids is excited to welcome Scott Neely to the team as our Director of Development!
Scott has an impressive history in fundraising, most recently as the Director of Philanthropy at March of Dimes where he built and executed a development plan for major giving and major gift budgets from scratch. Prior to March of Dimes, Scott was the Director of Development for the Tufts Medical Center Cancer Center. Most notably, Scott helped found the Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care in 1994 with his brother, Cam. At the Foundation, Scott established a grassroots organization, designed and implemented operational planned goals, directed all marketing efforts and special events, and much more. “As Rodman for Kids forges ahead into our next phase, Scott brings not only fundraising acumen but critical experience in establishing fund development programs and growing small organizations. His expertise will help us expand our reach as we support and amplify the work of our Partner nonprofits and the kids they serve,” says Amy Rossman, Rodman for Kids Executive Director.
Joining Rodman for Kids represents a return to Scott’s roots at a small, growing non-profit. “I am thrilled to join Rodman for Kids and work with this great team, and I’m honored and humbled to carry out the wishes of Don and Marilyn to help kids across the Commonwealth and New England to dream, grow, and succeed,” says Scott.
Welcome aboard, Scott!