New England Regional Breakfast Panel

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Thank you to all of those who were able to join us for our breakfast panel discussion! We hope you enjoyed your time in Cambridge, MA; were able to make exciting new connections; and left feeling inspired.

If you are interested in other regional events, or would like to learn more about how to plan a regional event, discover our regional building toolkit and contact the ADRP office with any questions you may have.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
8:30–10:30 AM (ET)

Koch Auditorium
Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT
500 Main Street
Cambridge, MA

Join us for a panel discussion focused on retention, featuring colleagues from small shops and large shops, major and annual giving, and bonus—hear from a donor about how the institutions she supports inspire her to keep giving. Are you looking for best practices to increase retention at your organization? Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to strengthen your stewardship program. 


ADRP Members: $40
Non-Members: $50

Breakfast included

Program Details


Susan Domolky

Susan Young Domolky is a longtime generous philanthropist. A member of Mass General Hospital’s President’s Council, she also co-chairs MGH’s Department of OB/GYN Leadership Council and is a member of the Mid-Life Women’s Health Center Steering Committee. Her impact is felt far and wide across the city of Boston. In addition to her volunteerism at MGH, Susan serves as a board member of the Esplanade Association, a member of the Friends of the Public Garden Leadership Council, and a member of Hestia, a Boston women’s giving circle.

Megan Hyland
Associate Director of Donor Relations
St. Mark's School

Megan joined the St. Mark's team in August 2012 and is responsible for ensuring all gifts are properly acknowledged, recognized, and used for their intended purposes as well as communicating with donors regarding the current value and impact of their gifts. She partners with the Advancement team on events and programs that enhance the School’s relationships with current and future donors, and with the Student Enrichment office on the Career Day program and student grant awards. She earned her Bachelor's and Master's of Science degrees from the University at Albany, where she also worked for the Alumni Association and served as their first Director of Stewardship.

Krista McCabe
Managing Director of Development
Massachusetts General Hospital

Krista McCabe is a Development Professional with more than 17 years of experience in major gift fundraising. Krista started her career at MIT in the Alumni Association and Annual Fund before transitioning to leadership giving. She joined the major gift team at Mass General Hospital in 2008 and has led a team of 22 fundraisers for the past five years, currently serving as a Managing Director.

Krista also serves on the Board of The Second Step, a nonprofit in Newton focusing on survivors of domestic abuse.

Erin Northrop
Managing Director of Development
Massachusetts General Hospital

Erin Northrop is a Managing Director of Development at Massachusetts General Hospital. Erin oversees Leadership Activities, including the MGH President’s Council; the MGH Fund (the hospital’s annual fund); and the Prospect Research and Management team. Erin has spent her entire career in the non-profit sector, with more than 15 years of experience in healthcare fundraising. Prior to joining Mass General in 2013, Erin spent seven years as a member of the Annual Giving team in Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s development office, overseeing a variety of programs ranging from annual giving naming opportunities and the leadership giving society to workplace giving and a corporate giving circle. Erin began her development career at Carney Hospital in Dorchester, where she managed the hospital’s signature fundraising events and the volunteer services program. Erin and her husband, Chris, live in Milton with their two daughters. Erin is a graduate of Providence College.


Jason Polasek
Director of Donor Relations
Museum of Science

Jason V. Polasek is Director of Donor Relations at the Museum of Science, Boston. He is a dedicated advancement professional and highly-motivated leader with a proven history of initiative and creativity in the field. The first to hold the position, Jason manages a five-person team dedicated to creating the best donor experience for Museum of Science supporters. He brings over a decade of experience in roles held at iconic institutions including the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), and the University of Rochester. Jason’s vast portfolio of 500+ events reflects a diverse and innovative background, including campaign ceremonies, black-tie galas, fundraisers, executive travel, weddings and social affairs. He continues to share his passion for event design and strategy by serving as a freelance planner with Jodi Raphael Events in Newton. Jason holds a master's degree in service leadership and innovation from RIT and a baccalaureate from St. John Fisher College.

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