BAF Welcomes First Director of Development

Neeta Beepath, of Randolph, has been named the first director of development at the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, that specializes in brain aneurysm awareness, education, support, advocacy, and research funding.

Beepath will lead the foundation’s fundraising and donor engagement efforts to raise awareness of signs, symptoms and risk factors, as well as the importance of early detection and available treatment options for brain aneurysms.

“Neeta’s experience guiding fundraising campaigns and donor operations for healthcare, social service, and education organizations makes her the perfect fit for our foundation,” said Christine Buckley, the foundation’s executive director and board president. “Her passion and commitment, coupled with her outstanding professional skills will help us reach new audiences and advance our mission.”

Beepath’s career includes more than 20 years of work in fundraising for a variety of Massachusetts-based nonprofit organizations. She has created and led successful annual giving programs, prospect management initiatives, and development reporting systems to maximize fundraising capabilities.

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