Stacy Dieter is Corporate Development Officer for the American Diabetes Association's New York City office.

Previously she served as vice president of resource development for Dress For Success Worldwide. Stacy led all fundraising activities for the organization including cause-related marketing, sponsorships, special events, foundation grants, and individual giving. Before that, she worked as director of corporate development at the Guggenheim Museum and in other development positions at organizations such as Pacific Northwest Ballet and Feeding America.

Stacy’s decades of experience in corporate development, fundraising, and marketing spans the healthcare, Internet, financial, consumer, art, and nonprofit sectors. She received her BA in English with minors in psychology and sociology from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.

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M-a-r-k-e-t-ing Find Out What It Means To Me

Ok, I don't really know what marketing means to me quite yet. You see, I have been in the nonprofit sector for more than a decade. When I entered into my first fundraising gig, marketing was this huge void that was never filled. In fact, I remember a conversation I had with my fellow development…