Wendy Rowe Named North Carolina Modernist Houses’ Director of Partner Relations

 

Wendy Rowe

Wendy Rowe

North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH) has named Wendy Rowe as Director of Partner Relations. A management consultant and professional fund raiser, Rowe has joined the award-winning non-profit organization to help develop sponsor and donor relationships for NCMH and its documentation, preservation, and promotion initiatives.

Rowe brings over 30 years of sales, marketing, and management expertise to NCMH. Her previous work includes media planning and advertising for the National Basketball Association (NBA), Citibank, and Chemical Bank.  She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Duke University’s Trinity College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and from The Fuqua School of Business with a Masters degree in Business Administration.  She has served as a key fundraiser and major gifts officer for Duke University and, in 1999, she was instrumental in raising over $40 million for the Special Olympics World Games.

“Besides owning a Modernist house herself, Wendy Rowe brings a wealth of experience in connecting organizations with people passionate about their missions,” said NCMH founder and director George Smart. “In just a few weeks, she has already brought exciting new energy and connections to NCMH. We are thrilled to have her on the NCMH team.”

Established in 2007, NCMH is dedicated to archiving, preserving, and promoting Modernist residential architecture throughout North Carolina through a vast variety of events, efforts, and initiatives. For more information visit www.ncmodernist.org.

 

 

 

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