SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MEMBERSHIP, COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGAGEMENT
Ms. Kiewitt is responsible for fundraising and capital campaign activities, membership programs, marketing and communication, planning and implementing special events, group tours, facilities rentals and all advancement activities.
Ms. Kiewitt holds a M.A. in American History from the University of Richmond, and a B.A. in History from Roanoke College. She has more than 19 years of experience in development and advancement work; 14 of which have been at Historic Annapolis, Inc. Former positions include working for the Maryland Historic Society, the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, and the Maymont Foundation in Richdmond Virginia. She has a deep understanding of the organization’s infrastructure and close professional relationships with several members of the Annapolis community.