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Capital Campaign Manager and Fundraising Consultant
Pathway Group

Liza Springmeyer is grateful to be part of AFP Utah. She loves working with other fundraising professionals to help strengthen our community. Liza is an experienced fundraiser with a focus on capital campaign management. Before joining the team at Pathway Group in 2017 she managed the $11 million capital campaign to fund the expansion and renovation of the Ronald McDonald House and add a Ronald McDonald Family Room in Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Liza also managed the $12 million Thrive Campaign for Peace House, a domestic violence prevention, shelter and support organization serving Summit and Wasatch Counties. She has experience helping diverse communities and diverse causes such as the Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake and the Friends of Cedar Mesa in Bluff, Utah. 

Liza is currently managing a Capital Campaign for Safe Harbor Crisis Center in Davis County and an Endowment Campaign for the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City. Liza served as Events Committee Co-chair for the Alta Club board from 2019 to 2021, and in 2020 she also Co-chaired the Program Committee for AFP Utah. Thanks to her years of living abroad, she was accustomed to remote meetings and eagerly took on the challenge of shifting these two organizations to virtual programming. She is excited to see how these tools and others can increase access to AFP Utah’s programing and member benefits across our State.

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