About \\ Leadership at PEM

Executive Leadership Team

Amanda Clark MacMullan

Amanda Clark MacMullan, Chief Philanthropy Officer


Amanda Clark 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 PEM Connect 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.