InMotion is proud to announce that Nancy McCann has joined its administrative team as its Chief Advancement Officer, responsible for fundraising and marketing communications.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Nancy to InMotion so that she can help us insure our sustainability as we work to help meet the wellness needs of people with Parkinson’s and movement disorders,” said Judy Peters, InMotion co-chair of its development committee. “All of our services are offered free to the community, and in the past year we’ve seen tremendous need, tremendous growth, and evidence that every day we’re improving the lives of those managing PD.”
McCann recently served as the Chief Development Officer for the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, managing its advancement team and developing its strategic fundraising plan. Previously she was an Executive Director with the Cleveland Clinic for 14 years, responsible for the continuing development and implementation of its gift planning program, the Pyramid Legacy Society and the Allied Partners in Philanthropy Advisory Group. Before that McCann served as the Director of Gift Planning and Donor Relations at the Cleveland Foundation.
“I really missed the health care field and wanted to do something meaningful in health care or social services—InMotion fulfills both,” said McCann. “I see great potential as more people become aware of InMotion’s services, which are groundbreaking in the Parkinson’s community.”