BEVERLY M. WOLFER
Beverly Wolfer’s professional career spans the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Beverly worked in banking at Riggs National Bank and management consulting with Booz Allen & Hamilton. She sits on the Board of The Jewish Welfare Board, JCCA and is the President of a family foundation dedicated to supporting our Troops. Beverly received her B.B.A. from The George Washington University and her M.B.A. from The Darden School, University of Virginia.
Caroline joined Tina’s Wish in 2015 with event planning experience from the wedding and real estate industries. She started her career in consumer public relations at Golin after receiving her BS in public relations from West Virginia University. Her role at Tina's Wish allows her to combine her two biggest passions - storytelling and bringing people together to inspire them to think, feel and take action. Caroline has planned and executed more than 50 successful fundraising events ranging from intimate receptions to a 900-person gala. She feels privileged to have the opportunity to empower women about their health and to work with brilliant researchers who are making life-changing discoveries in order to give women a fighting chance against ovarian cancer.
Anna joined Tina's Wish from the Cape Ann Museum's development team (Gloucester, Massachusetts). She graduated from Vassar College with a B.A. in Science, Technology, and Society. While at Vassar she was a research associate in the Grants Office. Anna is passionate about not-for-profit work and is excited to be focusing her efforts on women's health.
Olivia joined Tina's Wish following her time on the development team at Partnership Schools (NYC). She graduated from Tulane University with a B.S. in Public Health and Psychology, and is especially passionate about women's health. She is thrilled to be a part of the Tina's Wish team, and is eager to help all women have a fighting chance against ovarian cancer!
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