East Lake Foundation Expands Development Staff
Mark Moskowitz Named Chief Development Officer
The East Lake Foundation, a pioneer in holistic community revitalization, has announced that Mark Moskowitz has joined its staff in the new role of Chief Development Officer.
Madelyn R. Adams, Executive Director of the East Lake Foundation, said, “This new position will help us generate funds needed to make a real and sustained difference in our community. Today’s economic challenges hit working families particularly hard – we remain committed to providing the tools that local children and families need to succeed.”
Moskowitz served most recently as Regional Director for the Southeast Office of AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee). Previously, he worked in AIPAC’s Political Department in Washington, D.C. He has also worked as a political fundraiser and legislative assistant. He noted, “This position allows me to help make the world a better place, providing hope and opportunity for others.”
About the East Lake Foundation
Founded in 1995 on the belief that everyone deserves a chance to succeed, the East Lake Foundation (www.eastlakefoundation.org) collaborates with public and private organizations to provide tools that enable Atlanta’s East Lake residents to build a better future through education, affordable housing, recreational opportunities and connections with the broader community. This approach to building a strong community not only helps break the cycle of poverty, but creates a place where people of all ages and incomes choose to live. East Lake has become a model for holistic community revitalization programs across the country.