Michael joined the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation in 2013. As executive director, Michael oversees all aspects of fundraising for the foundation. Most notably, Michael collaborated with Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation board members, senior leadership, and development colleagues on the successful For Every Generation capital campaign (2014–2018)—exceeding the campaign’s $30 million goal.
Michael had previously served as the executive director of the Lakeland Regional Medical Center Foundation in Lakeland, Florida where he restructured staff, revised policies and procedures, and worked closely with members of the health system and foundation boards to implement a robust major gifts program. Prior to his time in Florida, Michael served in roles of increasing responsibility for seven years at Lankenau Medical Center Foundation, having initiated many successful fundraising best practices at Lankenau and throughout the Main Line Health system.
Michael began his career with a five-year stint in development and public relations at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia. Michael is a trustee of the Devon Horse Show & Country Fair Foundation, where he actively serves on the Nominating Committee and the Development Committee. Michael also serves as a Board Trustee of Help Hope Live and is a member of the Resource Development Committee of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia.
Michael is an adjunct professor of communication arts at Neumann University; a past president of the university’s Alumni Association; and a past member of the university’s Development Committee. Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Neumann University and a master’s degree in communication arts from West Chester University.
Cinda joined the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation in March 2018 as director of major gifts. She is a graduate of Bucknell University and is a certified fund raising executive (CFRE). She started her career with Jefferson's Office of Institutional Advancement as a major gifts officer before joining the Abington Health Foundation at Abington Hospital in 2013. At Abington, Cinda oversaw the planned giving program, secured major and planned gifts for a capital campaign and initiated a grateful patient program. Cinda resides in Berwyn with her husband and young son.
Brittany joined the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation in September 2014 as associate director of major gifts, having previously spent five years in the development department at Lankenau Medical Center. Brittany’s career originated at Bryn Mawr Hospital in 2007, where she worked in a private cardiology practice after graduating from Villanova University with a bachelor’s degree in biology. Brittany is currently pursuing graduate studies at Villanova University.
Lynn joined the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation in August 2017. She holds a BA in English from Moravian College and an MFA in Theatre Management from Wayne State University. Lynn began her career working in non-profit performing arts—from sales and fundraising to event planning and marketing. She has lived in Connecticut and Michigan, and now resides in Havertown.