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Chesapeake Music Announces the Appointment of Eleanor Shriver Magee as Director of Development

Contact: Don Buxton (410) 819-0380
or Amy Steward (410) 829-0436

Eleanor Shriver Magee

Pictured is Eleanor Shriver Magee, the new Director of Development of Chesapeake Music in Easton, MD.

Chesapeake Music of Easton, MD has announced the appointment of Eleanor K. Shriver Magee of Easton as its new Director of Development. Magee, who operates ESM Good Works, LLC of Easton, MD, consults with individuals, small and large businesses, non-profits, and community-based organizations in areas such as administration, governance, fundraising, grant writing, business development, cause marketing, outreach, social media and event planning. Her previous positions have included serving as Executive Director of the Talbot Historical Society in Easton, Director of Development for Habitat for Humanity Choptank in Easton and Director of Alumni & Parent Relations for Washington College in Chestertown.

Magee holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington College, a M.Ed. in Athletic Administration and Coaching from Goucher College, and an A.B.D. in Education from Wilmington University in Delaware. She also holds a Certificate in Non-Profit Executive Leadership and a Certificate in Fundraising Management from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, IN (IUPUI) Lilly School of Philanthropy’s and is also a Standards of Excellence Institute Licensed Consultant.

Magee is a member of the Class of 2015 of Shore Leadership and serves on the Maryland Historical Society Board of Trustees, Alumni Association of Goucher College Board of Directors, the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in MD, the Wye River Upper School Board of Trustees, the Rotary Club of Easton, Radcliffe Creek School Parent Volunteer and Strategic Planning Committee, the Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame Committee, and is a volunteer at the Waterfowl Festival, Inc. She was awarded Garrison Forest School’s Distinguished Alumna in 2014 and inducted into the US Lacrosse Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame in 2016.

Don Buxton, Executive Director of Chesapeake Music, comments, “We are so lucky to have found such a qualified candidate for this position. Eleanor’s expertise will help Chesapeake Music achieve our goals and move to the next level of presenting outstanding musical events for the benefit of our region.”

Caption: Pictured is Eleanor Shriver Magee, the new Director of Development of Chesapeake Music in Easton, MD.




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