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Memory has spent her career building bridges between communities, individuals, government, and business leaders. She has spent over 17 years in the health equity and social service sectors helping organizations solve complex problems by creating and implementing practical, effective strategies and processes that leverage their number one asset – their people.


Memory is guided by organizational mission and vision and knows how to translate principles into practices that strengthen the organizations she works with. Prior to launching her own firm, My Nonprofit Resource, Memory was the Senior Vice Preisdent of chromatic black™ where she helped fuide the strategic priorities of the organization supporting multiple departments, such as operations, programs, development (fundraising), finance (budgeting & reporting), marketing, and human resources. 


She also served ast the Director of Development for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, where she designed strategies to expand food access while tackling the root causes of poverty, unemployment, and racial inequity. A notable success was her worth with Rebuilding Together on Long Island, NY, where, in addition to securing critical funding to support the organization’s disaster relief efforts, Memory also coordinated communications pieces that were highlighted in Newsday and managed the production of a short film detailing the lives of those affected by the tragedy. 


Before joining the social sector, she was the Partnerships and Development Manager for the health-related nonprofit, the Hydrocephalus Association. Habitat for Hunmanity International, Genesis Shelter in Atlanta, Georgia. 

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