Amanda Clark MacMullan, Chief Philanthropy Officer
MacMullan joined PEM in June 2014 with nearly 15 years of high-level fundraising experience from the education and nonprofit sectors. At PEM, MacMullan cultivates global support for museum initiatives and leads the final phase of the museum's $650 million Advancement Campaign.
A dynamic and highly experienced fundraiser, strategist and Asian studies expert, MacMullan brings a robust portfolio and an impressive track record of fundraising successes to PEM. As managing partner and chief development officer for the venture philanthropy fund New Profit Inc., MacMullan spearheaded a three-year, $140 million campaign that, under MacMullan's guidance, raised $72 million in its first year. During her former tenures at Boston University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard Law School, MacMullan was responsible for securing numerous seven- and eight-figure gifts. As assistant vice president of the Boston University's Global Leadership Development Team, MacMullan's team raised one third of the university's ambitious $1 billion goal. She was responsible for closing the lead gift for a $60 million Student Service Center as well as essential for soliciting gifts at the $25 million+ level.
A speaker of Mandarin, MacMullan holds a B.A. in history from Bowdoin College and an M.A. in East Asian languages and cultures from Columbia University.