By Kristen Schanck Posted June 12, 2009, 11:30 AM EDT
LOS ANGELES After seven and a half years as the director of special events for the Fulfillment Fund, Stacy Kravitz has left the nonprofit to become the senior events specialist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She begins her new position on Monday.
In her new role, Kravitz will work on approximately 50 to 60 major fund-raising events per year for the hospital. “I look forward to making a strong contribution to the medical center's meaningful goals in the community,” she said.
As the director of special events at the Fulfillment Fund, Kravitz worked on 5 to 12 fund-raising events per year, ranging from small receptions in private homes to fashion and in-store events. One of her largest annual events was the Stars Benefit Gala (one of our Top 100 Events). Kravitz recently planned the Songs of Our Lives benefit concert on June 1, which drew 900 guests and performers such as David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager, and Kenny Loggins.
Prior to joining the Fullfillment Fund, Kravitz planned events for Merv Griffin Productions. She also has experience in award show production and public relations.