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Emily Ditty

Emily Ditty brings over 20 years of executive nonprofit leadership and resource development expertise. Before assuming the role of chief development officer (CDO) at Planned Parenthood GNHAIK, Emily managed a consulting practice serving numerous nonprofit clients in the Puget Sound Region. Emily spearheaded fundraising, external affairs, marketing, and community engagement efforts as CDO at FareStart, and has directed fundraising for global health, education reform, and other excellent causes spanning Washington and Colorado.

Passionate about community building and equity-centered strategies, Emily thrives on collaborating with colleagues, volunteers, and partners to drive meaningful change. Outside of her professional endeavors, Emily is a fierce advocate for human rights, a devoted parent to a truly remarkable individual, and the ultimate cheerleader of those around her.

Besides loving brachycephalic (smoosh-faced) dogs, Emily is a painter, loves live music, and she is slowly accumulating more books than she can possibly read.


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