Roxie Pin comes to NEPR from Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield, Massachusetts where she headed the development department from 2012-2016. Under her leadership, support of the theatre company's annual fund experienced significant growth, two capital renovation projects were funded, a major, donor-funded facility was acquired, and endowment policy was created along with the establishment of the first endowment funds. Roxie's 30-year career in development began at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts and took her to Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts, where she managed the graduate school's development program before heading to Barrington Stage. She has also been a guest lecturer in nonprofit arts management at Skidmore College.
Roxie attended Hartwick College, receiving a BA in Psychology and a BA in Sociology. She subsequently attended Western New England University receiving an MBA in Marketing. She also received a Graduate Certificate from Bay Path University in Nonprofit Management & Fundraising. She lives in Huntington, MA where she and her husband have a small farming operation that includes a Christmas tree plantation under development, chickens, geese, dogs and cats. She is a beekeeper and hopes to significantly expand the apiary operations of the farm in the near future.