Erin Massey

Erin Massey

Chief Development Officer
TGen Foundation

Vice President of Philanthropy at City of Hope

Erin Massey

A member of TGen’s senior leadership team, Ms. Massey brings more than 17 years experience to her role as Chief Development Officer for the TGen Foundation, where she drives the establishment and growth of philanthropic strategies and partnerships in support of the institute’s research, clinical and training programs.

As Chief Development Officer, she leads a dedicated team that is directly responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gifts from philanthropic-minded corporations, foundations, businesses, and individuals in support of TGen’s research priorities toward improving patient care.

Prior to her appointment as Chief Development Officer, Ms. Massey served as Vice President for Cancer Programs at TGen. Among her achievements, she co-developed many of TGen’s most successful fundraising programs, the Foundation’s National Advisory Council platform, and many special events, both locally and nationally. She also established the Foundation’s efforts in memorial giving and online fundraising by creating a framework that promotes the Foundation’s efforts through videos, and online networking sites such as Facebook and YouTube.

Ms. Massey joined TGen after three and a half years at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, where she participated in all areas of special event fundraising. In particular, developing and managing fundraising for the Children’s Cancer Center and the Children’s Miracle Network. She was also instrumental in the efforts to establish Arizona’s first freestanding children’s hospital, which culminated with the opening of Phoenix Children’s pediatric hospital in May 2002.

A native of Hillsborough, North Carolina, Ms. Massey received her Bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Arizona, Tucson.

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