Aiming to strengthen its major fundraising efforts, the Meso Foundation added Muriel Evans-Buck as the Director of Development. Muriel started on December 1, 2014 bringing with her extensive experience in professional fundraising.
Muriel’s career has included senior positions in development with several national organizations. She has worked for Sickle Cell Disease Association of America and Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. She has also worked in the political arena as a policy analyst for the late Governor Bruce Sundlun of Rhode Island and is a former member of the Electoral College representing the State of Rhode Island.
“Funding mesothelioma research, education, support, and advocacy is our first priority. Muriel is here to help us mobilize the resources necessary to do just that,” said Melinda Kotzian, the chief executive officer of the Meso Foundation.
“I am committed to increasing visibility, awareness and revenue for the Meso Foundation. I look forward to working side by side with the meso community,” said Muriel.
The new Director of Development holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina and a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Nyack University. She is an avid runner and enjoys reading and listening to classical music. She is the proud mom of Kennedy, a high school student.