Angela Johnson, the former associate vice president of the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, will join The Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center as its new chief development officer.
She will be tasked with designing and executing a cohesive fund development strategy for the organization, with a concentration on large corporate, individual, and foundation gifts, said a release from the Dorchester-based youth and sports nonprofit.
"We are extremely pleased to have Angela on board at STEC,” Toni Wiley, executive director of Sportsmen’s, said in a statement. “Our next phase of growth requires the full time participation of a well-seasoned development professional. Angela brings the expertise we are seeking, plus a heartfelt commitment to the youth and families we serve.”
Johnson also has experience in fund development from her work at Mount Holyoke College, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Business School.
"I am thrilled to work with an organization that I know plays such a vital role in the lives of children and families in the community,” Johnson, said in a statement. “I accepted the position because I am excited to play a part in developing a fundraising plan that will provide the financial support needed to accomplish the future goals and vision STEC is working to achieve.”
A graduate of Wellesley College, Johnson has lived in the city of Boston for over 20-years and will start her tenure at Sportsmen’s July 1.