MANCHESTER, NH – Child and Family Services recently appointed Paul Staller to the position of development director.
Staller joins CFS from the Currier Museum of Art where he held the position of director of development since 2014. While at the Currier, Staller supervised the daily activities of a development department consisting of grant manager, membership manager, and data coordinator. He also planned events, and wrote successful grants and endowment proposals. Each year, fundraising goals were increased to total an estimated $2.4 million dollars over his three year tenure.
Prior to joining the Currier Museum of Art, Staller served as director of class giving at Columbia College Office of Alumni Affairs and Development, Columbia University, New York, NY.
Staller received his B.A. in Government and German Studies, and Masters of Public Administration from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. He has also attended Charles University, Prague CSFR, and Salzburg University in Austria.
Child and Family Services of NH (CFS) is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the well-being of children and families by providing an array of social services to strengthen family life and by promoting community commitment to the needs of children.