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Shaker Museum / Mount Lebanon hires Director of Advancement
Malone Jackson joined the museum in this newly created position as of August 1.


NEW LEBANON, NY.- Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon has hired Lisa Malone Jackson to lead its development program.

Malone Jackson joined the museum in this newly created position as of August 1, after serving for several months as a consultant. In her new position, Malone Jackson will work closely with the Executive Director and the Development Committee to enhance the museum’s fundraising program, with the goal of developing individual, foundation, government, and corporate contributed income sources. Additionally, Malone Jackson will assist with planning and implementing the Museum’s fundraising and cultivation events.

Malone Jackson is an active member of the Catskill volunteer community. She currently serves as the Board President for the Catskill Community Center. Jackson brings more than 15 years of experience in strategic development, nonprofit administration, fundraising, and training and supervising staff and volunteers. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in American Government from the University of Virginia. She currently resides in Rhinebeck, New York with her husband and three children.

“We’re tremendously fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Lisa, and I’m confident she will play a vital role in expanding the museum’s capacity, allowing us to increase our programming in the coming years,” said Lacy Schutz, Shaker Museum’s executive director.





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