HistoryMiami names new VP

 

HistoryMiami has named a new vice president of advancement to lead their fundraising efforts.

Harold Robaina joins the museum after six years as senior director of major gifts at the Miami Children's Hospital Foundation.

At HistoryMiami, Robaina will provide strategic leadership in the development of philanthropic relationships in support of the museum's educational programs and expansion.

He will also be responsible for annual support from individuals, corporations and foundations, as well as special events and membership.

"I am delighted to welcome Harold to our senior staff,’’ said museum director Stuart A. Chase. “He is a seasoned, accomplished development professional who knows the ropes from top to bottom."

Robaina gained fundraising experience working at the American Diabetes Association, the University of Miami and the American Cancer Society.

Robaina is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and Executive Board Member at Monsignor Edward Pace High School in Miami Gardens..

HistoryMiami, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is the premier cultural institution celebrating Miami's history.

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