Amira Seaboch

May 25, 2023

Amira has an extensive background in fundraising and philanthropic development spanning over 20 years with organizations like the Y and the American Red Cross. Her professional history is complimented by her studies in Human Service and Communications at Springfield College and the University of Southern California, respectively. Amira is driven by connecting people and organizations to highly impactful programs that make meaningful change in the lives of the people in our shared communities and providing mutually beneficial opportunities for generous investments in those programs.

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