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Lowell named Episcopal Church fundraiser

Lowell named Episcopal Church fundraiser

Elizabeth Lowell named fundraiser for the Episcopal Church:


Elizabeth Lowell named Episcopal Church project manager for fundraising

From Episcopal News Service

Elizabeth Moulton Lowell has been named project manager for fundraising in the Office of Mission Funding of the Episcopal Church. Her position was announced June 7 by Linda Watt, chief operating officer for the Episcopal Church.

Lowell will focus on the Episcopal Church Archives Project, cultivating major prospects, and participating in the churchwide preparation for General Convention 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. In this role, Lowell will provide expert advice to and work alongside the staff of the Mission Funding Office including team leader, the Rev. Carol Hoidra, according to a press release.

“As a ‘cradle Episcopalian,’ I am delighted by the opportunity to serve the church I hold so dear with my fundraising skills and experience,” Lowell said.

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