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By: Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Melissa Greenberg is no stranger to development positions with large organizations.
On her impressive resume is her position as director of development at the Kimmel Center, where she ran the $265 million campaign to build the center; her role as chief of staff to the president of Temple University, where she helped raise nearly $400 million for its Access to Excellence campaign; and serving as the director of development and sponsorship for then-Gov. Ed Rendell, where she helped get donations and gifts toward what became Welcome America and Millennium Philadelphia, among other initiatives.
Most recently, she served as vice president of development for the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation, where she helped implement a $190 million campaign that went toward initiatives such as renovating facilities, adding new technology and programming, and expanding exhibitions.
Now, she is looking forward to working with her Jewish roots.