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Victoria Clarke

Executive Director

Discover Saint John

A well-known figure in the Saint John community, Victoria Clarke is a recognized expert in fundraising and revenue development with proven results. She is an extraordinary communicator who loves her community and the people who live there. She specializes in donor relationships, strategic planning, marketing, business development, campaign leadership, media relations, and working effectively with a Board. Her past experience includes running her own eMarketing business and co-hosting a popular morning radio show.

Victoria is very successful at recruiting new donors and committee members from the local and business community in New Brunswick. She effectively led The Give campaigns for four years at the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation raising over five million dollars. And she raised over $228,000 leading the prestigious Daffodil Ball and East Indian Dinner for the Canadian Cancer Society this year.

Victoria has always volunteered a great deal of her time raising money for various charities and organizations and sitting on boards and committees. She is presently an entrepreneur’s forum advisor for Wallace McCain Institute, was on the national cabinet for the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, was a campaign chair and committee member for the United Way, ran the Home & School program at Rothesay Park Middle School, contributed to the revenue development committee for Hospice Saint John, and helped raise over $150,000 as co-chair of the Divine Divas for Dress for Success, Hospice Saint John and The Saint John Breast Health Fund.

Victoria graduated from Dalhousie University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy. She lives in Rothesay, NB with her husband and her two children who are practically twins (they are the same age for one month every year!). She keeps her high tech expertise a secret to most but next time you see Victoria you can thank her for getting us safely through Y2K.

Contact

11th floor, City Hall, 15 Market Square, Saint John, NB, E2L 1E8

Induction Date

25 August 2015