Sandie Fauriol

Not-for-Profit Development Officer (Retired)

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1949

Born to William Arthur and Betsy Ross (Moore) Ellis in Tokyo, Japan.

1971

Earns a Bachelor of Arts from Ohio University.

1976

Is the resource development officer and executive director of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington until 1979.

1979

Serves Martineau Corp. as vice president for development until 1980.

1980

Serves as president of the National Association of Career Women until 1981; Conducts postgraduate study at Georgetown University.

1980

Is a campaign director and director of the national salute of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund until 1983.

1983

Receives the Outstanding Fundraising Executive Award.

1984

Becomes a certified fundraising executive.

1985

Is the co-founder and executive director of the Project on the Vietnam Generation until 1987.

1987

Founds and serves as the first president of the Center for the New Leadership until 1990; Is a fundraising consultant through 1993.

1987

Publishes “Enduring Legacies: Expressions from the Hearts and Minds of the Vietnam Generation.”

1988

Is an advisory board member of the Public Leadership Education Network.

1988

Serves as president of the Greater Washington Area Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives until 1990.

1990

Is the campaign director for the National Museum of Health and Medicine until 1991.

1992

Serves as director of development for the Asbury Methodist Village until 1994.

1994

Is the executive director of the Asbury Foundation through 1996.

1996

Serves the AARP Andrus Foundation as director of the annual campaign and director of development through 2002.

2002

Serves the AARP Foundation as acting chief development officer and director of development until retiring in 2007.

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