Pamela Clapp Larmee, CFRE

Senior Associate

Pamela Clapp Larmee, CFRE joined the firm as Senior Associate in May 2007 and is the former Associate Vice President of Medical Center Advancement at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. For five years, Pam led the overall development and alumni relations efforts of the Medical Center, including the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the School of Public Health and Health Services. She also was responsible for the creation and implementation of a grateful patient fundraising program.

Prior to George Washington University, Pam was Director of Principal Gifts at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC during their $301.5 million campaign. She led the major and planned giving program and was a part of the senior management team. Additionally, Pam worked for the University of Michigan’s Central Development Office in roles including regional major and planned gifts, campaign events, and annual giving during their $1.4 billion campaign.

Her work her at Capital Development Strategies has included collaborations on a number of campaigns including DancePlace, CulturalDC, AIA-DC and more. She has also worked with us in major development audit projects such as the American Foreign Service Association, the Duke University Chronicle and ISOQOL.

Pam is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Washington DC Metro Area Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP/DC) and is involved with the Junior League of Washington, DC and the University of Michigan Club of Washington, DC. She is a past officer of the D.C. Area Health Education Center Board of Directors. She holds an English degree from the University of Michigan and an Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) certificate in fundraising management. She and her family live in Arlington, VA.


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