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Partners HealthCare at Home Names New Senior Vice President of Philanthropy and Chief Development Officer

October 18, 2016 - After an extensive national search, Partners HealthCare at Home and the Continuing Care Division of Partners HealthCare recently announced that Sandra Sedacca will join the organization in the newly created position of Senior Vice President of Philanthropy and Chief Development Officer effective November 28, 2016. 

Sandra will look to expand the philanthropy programs that support Partners HealthCare at Home which along with Spaulding Rehabilitation Network comprises the Continuing Care Division of Partners HealthCare. Partners HealthCare at Home is one of the largest home health organizations in New England serving thousands of patients and families each year with services including private care, chronic disease management and telehealth among others.

“We are thrilled to have Sandra bring her strong record in philanthropy to Partners HealthCare at Home and Spaulding as we look to expand our efforts in research, care and advocacy,” said David Storto, President, Partners Continuing Care. “Her vision and leadership will greatly enhance our already strong philanthropic efforts and make a meaningful impact for the communities we serve.”

Formerly the Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives and Campaign of Harvard Medical School (HMS), Sandra joins a robust development team at Partners HealthCare at Home and Spaulding that has raised millions to support Spaulding’s and Partners HealthCare at Home's missions.

Prior to her role at HMS, Sandra served in several other key leadership positions, including Vice President and Chief Development Officer for Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Vice President of Development for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Foundation and Dean of Development & External Relations for the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Earlier in her career she worked in senior advancement positions for the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation and Save the Children Federation.