TWEET IT: .@DiscoveryLV is proud to announce its new VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT, CAITLIN SHEA. Shea brings more than 12 years of professional experience to #DiscoveryLV, & the Museum looks forward to growing the organization’s philanthropy through her expertise and experience. #Welcome #NewVPDev #Vegas
LAS VEGAS – May 18, 2022 – DISCOVERY Children’s Museumwelcomes Caitlin Shea as the new vice president of development as ofMay 9, 2022. Shea returns to DISCOVERY after caregiving for her mother who battled pancreatic cancer for a year and a half.
“We are thrilled to have Caitlin Shea rejoin the Museum team as the new VP of Development,” says Melissa D. Kaiser, CEO of DISCOVERY Children’s Museum. “Shea’s extensive background in fundraising and deep roots in Southern Nevada will have a tremendous impact on the Museum. We look forward to the many opportunities she will bring to the Museum.”
Shea is a native of Las Vegas, and has more than 12 years of professional fundraising experience in the local community. Before rejoining the DISCOVERY team, Shea served in executive roles with Coordinated Living of Southern Nevada, Junior Achievement, HomeAid Southern Nevada and Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. Throughout her career, she has been honored to serve the community in a variety of ways, and as a DISCOVERY kid herself, can’t wait to bring a lifelong love of learning to every child in Southern Nevada.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to return to the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum and this amazing team. It is a privilege to raise money for such an incredible organization which is leading the way in how we approach education and accessibility with innovative strategies and partnerships,” says Shea
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About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum
Celebrating more than 30 years as a non-profit, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is the top interactive Museum in Southern Nevada, welcoming all children and families to explore three complete floors filled with heart-pumping, brain-boosting, curiosity-satisfying fun, adventure, and DISCOVERY. The nonprofit educational institution re-located to Symphony Park in March 2013 and serves as Las Vegas’ only children’s Museum. The three-story Museum encompassing 26,000 square feet is complete with nine exhibition galleries featuring immersive traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities, and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions. DISCOVERY Children’s Museum offers children the opportunity to explore their curiosities while addressing the core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture, and early childhood development.
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