A legend in the development and fundraising world, Ricki Diamond has joined the Humane Society of Greater Miami Adopt-A-Pet as director of development and donor relations. She comes to the animal welfare organization from Miami Jewish Health System where she served as development officer of the Alzheimer’s Care Committee/Notables of Douglas Gardens for many years. Previously, she was program director of the Cancer Lifeline and the Ambassadors of the Wien Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders at Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation. Diamond also served as assistant director of development/ Florida for the Anti-Defamation League.
“We are thrilled to have a seasoned development professional like Ricki as part of our team,” says Emily Marquez Dulin, executive director of the Humane Society of Greater Miami. “With Ricki at the helm of development and donor relations, we know that the sky’s the limit as far as the accomplishments we can achieve. We are relying on her experience and judgment to plan strategies and activities for donor cultivation and implementation of affinity- group based fundraising programs.”
Says Diamond: “The job is challenging and I am very excited about being part of a group with such an important mission and one that has such a major impact in the community.”
The Humane Society of Greater Miami is dedicated to placing every dog and cat into a loving home, and to promoting responsible pet ownership and spay/neuter programs. More than 250 homeless dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are cared for every day in its shelter.
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