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.
Victoria Manley, Major Gifts Officer
Victoria has worked in the nonprofit sector for twenty years. Her experience includes grant making, development consulting, and fundraising. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, she graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South. She volunteers for the Sewanee Fund and serves as a co-chair of the Stewardship Campaign at St. Bart’s in New York City.
Karen Wibrew, Major Gifts Officer
Karen A. Wibrew resides in Colorado and boasts more than 15 years’ experience in building donor, client, and professional advisor relationships at such organizations as The National World War II Museum, University of Houston in TX, the Tennyson Center for Children in Denver, CO, University of Denver and the Denver Botanic Gardens. She is a graduate of the University of Denver and the University of Houston. Wibrew began her new position on September 9; she is based in Denver CO.
Maggy Keet, Manager of Donor Relations and Special Events
Maggy Keet received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Exeter in Devon, England, and her master’s in Globalization and International Development from University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. After working on a school construction project in Malawi, she managed her own maternity clinic project, from planning and fundraising to construction and transfer to the Malawian government. The outlets for her other great passions – food and community – are “Three Many Cooks,” a food blog she writes with her mother and sister, and The Big Potluck, bi-annual community-focused events for food media that she founded. She lives in New York City with her husband, Andy.
Lisa Bellamy, Development Research Analyst
Lisa served as Director of Institutional Advancement Research at Yeshiva University for eight years. She was previously an investigative analyst at Thacher Associates and Nardello Schwartz, where she researched individuals and companies for litigation, government matters and due diligence. She was also a litigation database support specialist with Sullivan & Cromwell. Early in her career, she was an editorial associate at the Foundation Center.
Throughout her career, Lisa has trained both researchers and non-researchers, and is currently a creative writing faculty member at The Writers Studio. She graduated from Princeton University.
Kim Moore, Database Manger/Administrator
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, Communications and Development Associate
Zack Adams handles marketing materials, donor database upkeep, social media and digital outreach, and created and maintains the Haiti Episcopal Database. 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.