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Ann Dickinson Mahoney, American fundraiser.


Mahoney, Ann Dickinson was born on September 12, 1961 in Topeka. Daughter of Jacob Alan II and Ruth (Curd) Dickinson.


Bachelor of Arts in History, Grinnell College, 1983. Postgraduate, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1985.


Analyst, corporation finance department E.F. Hutton & Company, Incorporated, New York York City, 1983-1985. President, owner The Dark Side, 1985-1987. Assistant director individual giving Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 1987-1988, director special gifts, 1988-1991.

Associate director development School Humanities and Sciences Stanford (California) University, 1991-1996. Independent fundraising consultant, since 1996. Development assistant regional office Brandeis University, New York City, 1987.


Volunteer interviewer Grinnell College, New York City, San Francisco, since 1983. Chair Northern California advisory board National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship, 2000-2002. Member of Peninsula Association Retarded Children and Adults Auxiliary (board directors 1998—2002, president 2000), Pacific Research Institute Public Policy, National Society Fund Raising Executives, San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary, Friends of Filoli (Woodside, California), History Topeka Association, Junior League San Francisco (committee chairman 1996-1998), Menlo Circus Club, Hayden Lake (Idaho) Country Club, Spokane Club, Villa Taverna (San Francisco).


Married Michael James Mahoney, May 29, 1993. Children: James Junius Castle, Catherine Lane, Grace Dickinson, Christopher Michael Hayes.

Jacob Alan II Dickinson

Ruth (Curd) Dickinson

Michael James Mahoney

James Junius Castle Mahoney

Catherine Lane Mahoney

Grace Dickinson Mahoney

Christopher Michael Hayes Mahoney