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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Names Alexandra Carter Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Names Alexandra Carter Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer

09/26/2017

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Names Alexandra Carter Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer

Carter Will Lead Fundraising Efforts to Support CHLA’s Mission and its ability to Transform Pediatric Medicine

After a national search, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has named Alexandra Carter, MBA, CFRE, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer effective September 25.

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Alexandra Carter has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer at Children's Ho ...

Alexandra Carter has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. (Photo: Business Wire)

Carter will direct the hospital’s fundraising and development programs, providing strategic leadership to support CHLA’s mission and to leverage philanthropy to enhance the hospital’s capacity to innovate and transform pediatric medicine. Carter will also support the Advancement Committee of the Board of Trustees, which determines fundraising priorities for the hospital.

“Alexandra will be an incredible asset to CHLA,” says Children’s Hospital Los Angeles President and CEO Paul S. Viviano. “Her experience as a leader with nonprofit organizations, combined with her impressive accomplishments as a fundraiser, will allow her to provide strategic guidance to our Foundation department to support CHLA’s stature as a top-ranked pediatric academic medical center.”

Carter most recently served as a fundraising advisor to Verity Health System, Albertina Kerr Centers and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles. Previous to her consulting for these nonprofit organizations, she served as Chief Development Officer, Academic Institutes, for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center during a $600 million campaign. She oversaw frontline fundraising teams including major gifts, planned giving and foundation and corporate relations, and served on the institution’s leadership team for its partnership with the Women’s Heart Alliance, a national advocacy organization.

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