Gabrielle Kivitz '89

During her 11-year career in finance, Gabrielle Kivitz ’89 held positions in both investment banking and equity research and was ranked Top three in her industry in The Wall Street Journal’s “Best on the Street” survey.
 
Gabrielle currently dedicates her time to philanthropic activities in public education reform and medical research. As a member of Full Circle Fund, Gabrielle is part of an active philanthropic network of community leaders who partner with social entrepreneurs to advance innovative solutions to pressing social problems — leveraging members’ talent, time, financial contributions, and connections to accelerate impact and change.
 
In addition, Gabrielle is an advocate and fundraiser for medical research. She travels to Washington, D.C. to generate support from Congress members on Capitol Hill for increased government funding for cancer research and for legislation that ensures patients’ access to life-saving cancer treatments. She has also received recognition for her fundraising achievements.
 
Gabrielle serves as an alumni volunteer for her high school, Phillips Exeter Academy, both interviewing student applicants for admission and also fundraising.
 
At Burke’s, Gabby co-chairs the Strategic Plan Committee, serves on the Governance and Head Evaluation Committees, and is a member of the Alumnae Board.
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