HOPEWELL JUNCTION – Greystone Programs, Inc., a leading nonprofit organization that provides opportunities and services to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities throughout the Hudson Valley, welcomes Tricia O’Malley as chief advancement officer.
“There is no doubt that Tricia will help us further move the needle in our pursuit to provide life-enriching opportunities for those with disabilities,” said Skip Pryce, CEO of Greystone Programs. “Her passion and purpose are unparalleled.”
A lifelong Hudson Valley resident, O’Malley brings a wide breadth of experience to her new role as chief advancement officer and will have oversight of the organization’s development, marketing and communications efforts.
O’Malley joins Greystone Programs from Griffin Hospital in Derby, Connecticut, where she served as the executive director and oversaw all activities related to fundraising, fund allocation, budgeting, staffing and interfacing with both internal and external hospital constituents.
A Marist College graduate with a master’s degree in public administration, O’Malley is a Certified Fund Raising Professional (CFRE).
Keen on giving back to her local community, she regularly contributes to Leadership Dutchess as a program facilitator and teaches CFRE for the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) in Connecticut.
When she’s not working, she can be found hiking, practicing yoga or enjoying her home in the Hudson Valley with her family.