Moira McGinley

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, VP for Development / Chief Development Officer

In June 2020, Moira McGinley joined the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation – the national nonprofit addiction treatment leader – as part of the executive team as its new chief development officer. She most recently led development efforts for Presence Health, a large healthcare organization based in Chicago.

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is on the front lines of a national effort to confront addiction and end an unprecedented opioid overdose epidemic that has killed hundreds of thousands of Americans over the past two decades. Its Comprehensive Opioid Response with Twelve Steps (COR-12) treatment framework, which integrates lifesaving medications with life-transforming therapies, is influencing practices throughout health care. The organization also is leading efforts to expand access to quality addiction treatment and to better integrate that care within the rapidly evolving mainstream health care system.

McGinley has 20 years of experience in annual giving, strategic planning, donor engagement, and major gifts. At Presence Health – which has 12 hospitals, 27 senior service facilities, and a university – McGinley and her team exceeded the organization's fundraising goal by 18 percent in 2015 and 13 percent in 2016. She previously served in leadership positions at the Resurrection Development Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago, the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Foundation, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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