New Researchers Symposium
May 27-28, 2014
Anne Brownlee is Senior Director of Research at Yeshiva University. Prior to joining Yeshiva in September 2013, she was Director of Development Research at Harvard Medical School. Anne previously worked at Harvard University’s Office of Alumni Affairs and Development, where she oversaw research efforts in New York and worked to educate the research team and fundraisers on wealth and philanthropic trends. She has also worked at Brown University and Brandeis University, where she started her career in prospect research in 2002. Anne has a B.A. from Wellesley College and an M.L.S from Indiana University. She is a member of the board of directors of NEDRA, the New England Development Research Association, and has spoken at APRA, NEDRA, and AFP conferences.
Liz McHugh is the Director of Prospect Development at Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation and a consultant specializing in prospect research and relationship management. Prior to her current role and starting her business, she was the Vice President for Prospect Research at Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation where her responsibilities included proactive prospect identification and relationship management. Before joining Scottsdale Healthcare, Liz spent 20 years at the Arizona State University Foundation where she built a sustaining and thriving prospect research and relationship management department. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of relationship management and research at APRA conferences, virtual seminars and chapter meetings as well as local AFP meetings. She was a member of the APRA Board of Directors for 6 years and a founding member of APRA-AZ. Liz was the recipient of the 2006 APRA Distinguished Service Award. She is a native of Pittsburgh, avid Steelers fan and bead & mosaic artist.
Michael Quevli began his career in prospect research at AIDS Project Los Angeles. At the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, he was responsible for overseeing the Development Research team, prior to joining Target Analytics in 2005. Quevli served two terms as the membership chair of the California Advancement Researchers Association (CARA), where during his tenure membership went from 165 to 300. He is currently serving his third term on the APRA Board of Directors in the position of Immediate Past President. Quevli served three terms on the Stephens College Alumnae Board. He has been a speaker for APRA, CASE, AHP and taught at the College of Extended Learning at Cal State Northridge. Quevli is a recipient of the 2004 CARA Service Award and the 2007 Stephens College Alumnae Service Award.