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Emily Livingstone joined the CRI team in January 2012 as the development associate, where she works closely with the chief executive officer and other members of the senior staff to manage the annual, planned, and major giving programs. Prior to her role at CRI, Emily was the development assistant for New York University’s FAS, GSAS, and Courant schools, and development intern for Audubon New York.
Emily received her B.A. in Anthropology from Franklin & Marshall College, where she was a Marshall Scholar. While at F&M, Emily pursued concentrations in archaeology and art history, working with both The Phillips Museum of Art and the North Museum of Natural History, and volunteering at archaeological sites across Pennsylvania and in Greece. In her free time, Emily enjoys traveling, sailing, and exploring New York City.
“Every day, I find myself even more impressed by the groundbreaking research the Cancer Research Institute is supporting. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of the real impact we are making in the fight against cancer, saving lives and bringing us one step closer to a cure.” — Emily
— Brian Brewer