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Caitlin O’Hara is Appointed Development Director For the New England Legal Foundation (NELF)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                            11-21-2022

CONTACT:     Burt Peretsky, <peretsky@gmail.com>, 781-696-5579

 

 

BOSTON – Caitlin O’Hara, an experienced sales and customer relationship management (CRM) professional, has been appointed Development Director for the New England Legal Foundation (NELF – www.newenglandlegal.org), the leading non-profit public interest law firm in the region.

According to NELF President Dan Winslow, “Caitlin excels at connecting with people and will work to bring value to the Foundation’s sponsors and donors by ensuring that their generosity directly supports our mission of advocating for free enterprise and economic liberty. She is a skilled communicator who enjoys building relationships, solving problems, gaining new business, and creating long-term meaningful relationships.” He continued, “On behalf of NELF, a 501c3 non-profit that encourages tax-deductible gifts, she will take a personalized approach to each individual donor and use her creativity to manage these relationships strategically.”

Winslow urged prospective NELF donors to “contact Caitlin to discuss planned giving, donor support, and our latest events for sustaining the cause of economic freedom.”

Ms. O’Hara holds a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies from UMass Amherst and remains actively involved with the school’s Alumni Relations Department. She is also a proud mom to a ten-year-old daughter.

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About the New England Legal Foundation 

The New England Legal Foundation (NELF – www.newenglandlegal.org) is the leading non-profit public interest law firm in the region dedicated to addressing issues of law and policy related to free enterprise. NELF’s ongoing mission is to champion individual economic liberties, property rights, limited government based on rule of law, and inclusive economic growth. NELF challenges actions by governments and special interests which would unreasonably intrude on the economic freedoms of individuals and business enterprises in New England and the nation. We believe that economic liberty is fundamental to a democratic society and offers the most sustainable path to advance the American ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

 

Burt Peretsky

peretsky@gmail.com

www.peretsky.com  781-696-5579

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