Ashley McGuire joined Greenwich House in January 2022 as the organization’s first Chief Development Officer.
McGuire has fifteen years of multi-faceted fundraising and events experience with major cultural and global advocacy organizations.
At Women’s Refugee Commission, she led individual giving and events, raising about $2 million annually in mission-critical unrestricted support, through major giving, individual donors, corporate sponsors and events.
At the Center for Reproductive Rights, McGuire planned and executed events in key cities nationwide, including the annual gala in New York, which raised about $1.2 million annually. Her leadership ensured that events were helping advance organizational strategy by raising funds, and driving consistent and compelling messaging to new audiences in key regions.
McGuire has also worked for The Museum of Modern Art as Manager of Members Programs and Events. There she planned and executed all events for museum members including gallery tours, curatorial discussions, cocktail parties, and expanded benefits to enhance member engagement with the institution.
McGuire obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Economics from Rutgers University.