Elizabeth M. Lowell, Director of Development
Elizabeth Lowell brings 40+ years of volunteer and professional fundraising experience to the Development Office.
For nearly 25 years, she was a Partner with Raybin Associates (recently purchased by Marts and Lundy), a fundraising, management consulting and strategic planning company in which she helped many nonprofits design fundraising strategies for annual, capital and planned giving campaigns. Prior to that, she worked as a planned giving consultant and a development officer with various independent schools and health care institutions.
Having grown up in a rectory and with nine Episcopal clergy in the family over three generations, she brings first-hand knowledge of work in the Church and a theology of giving. She is a graduate of Smith College.
Lisa Bellamy, Development Research Analyst
Kim Moore, Executive Assistant
For over ten years, Kim has worked with a variety of organizations in the non-profit sector as a fundraiser in individual and institutional giving, event planning and management, and database management. She is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
Zack Adams, Haiti Database Coordinator
Zack Adams has been charged with creating, maintaining, and coordinating a database that tracks the Episcopal community’s relationships in Haiti. The goal of this project is to help coordinate the church’s response and outreach to Haiti.
Prior to his arrival at the Development Office, Adams worked as an analyst on African governance and as a Research Assistant for the United States Institute of Peace. Adams received his BA with a double-major in International Studies and Political Science from Macalester College in 2007 and an MA in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from American University in 2011.