Child and Family Services names new director of development

Child and Family Services recently appointed Donna Rosenstock of Nashua to the position of development director. She succeeds Ruth Zax, who retires after 40 years of service to the agency.

Rosenstock joins CFS from the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association (VLP) where she held the position of director of development, a newly created position within the organization. There she revised and implemented the resource development strategic plan, increased the annual campaign average size by 100%, and implemented a four-month annual campaign, exceeding goal by 19% along with other various responsibilities.

Prior to joining VLP, Rosenstock served as the director of development for the Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan Valley, Milford, NH.

Rosenstock has served in a volunteer capacity for several local nonprofits including the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, Council on Fund Raising (CONFR), Temple Beth Abraham, and the Nashua Parents Outreach Group.

Rosenstock, originally from Pittsburg, PA, earned her B.S. from Ohio State University.

“We are thrilled to add Donna to our highly skilled and dedicated team,” says Borja Alvarez de Toledo, president/CEO of Child and Family Services.  “Her experience, insight, and expertise in the field of philanthropy, will help to advance our mission of improving lives for New Hampshire children and families.”