ELKRIDGE, MD (September 11, 2017)—The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Suzanne Musgrave as the Foundation’s new executive director.

“For nearly 50 years, the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation has enhanced the lives of thousands of sisters as they reach for their academic goals and develop their leadership potential,” said Foundation President Dr. Aggie Malter. “Suzanne has the experience to develop strong connections with our donors and strategically guide the Foundation to new heights of achievement.”

Ms. Musgrave is a senior-level executive and seasoned fundraising professional with demonstrated success in major gift and planned gift programs. She has more than 25 years of experience furthering the goals of nonprofits, most recently as director of philanthropy for the Westmoreland Davis Memorial Foundation in Leesburg, Va.

As executive director, Ms. Musgrave will be responsible for major and planned gift fundraising, active volunteer and staff coaching, and strategic leadership. Ms. Musgrave lives in Northern Virginia.

“I am grateful to the board for the opportunity to lead this exceptional organization, which is not only transforming the lives of its members, but also creating significant change for a cause close to my heart—school and college readiness,” Ms. Musgrave said. “I look forward to working with the talented staff and getting to know Phi Sigma Sigma’s network of donors, volunteers and partners.”

Ms. Musgrave joined Chi Omega at Drake University, and also attended the University of Illinois where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication.

Suzanne can be reached via email at smusgrave@phisigmasigma.org or by phone at 410.799.1224 Ext. 201.

Additionally, the Board of Directors would like to express its profound thanks to the directors who served on the Search Committee for their hard work and expert advice: Dr. Katie Herschede (Co-Chair), Dr. Scott Reikofski (Co-Chair), Dr. Aggie Malter, and Michele Dominiak. We are also extremely grateful to Katie Vlietstra Wonnenberg (Grand Archon), Wendy Lau (Grand Vice Archon-Finance), and Michelle Ardern (Phi Sigma Sigma Executive Director) who graciously served as strategic advisors during the search.