National Vice President, Development
Sally Draper is the National Vice President, Development. In this role, she supports the mission of the American Lung Association by developing strategic alliances that positively impact lung patients and their caregivers. Draper joined the Lung Association in 2014, and has worked to bridge partnerships among nationwide staff and leadership to build and expand donor-centric strategies. She is proud to be a driver in developing impactful nationwide lung health education and awareness campaigns related to pneumococcal pneumonia, tobacco cessation, comprehensive genomic testing and immunotherapy.
Prior to the Lung Association, Draper served in nonprofit leadership positions at Alzheimer's Association, YMCA of the USA and Boys & Girls Clubs of America. She is a graduate of Princeton University. Draper lives in Chicago, IL serving on the Woman's Board of Rush University Medical Center, and formerly on the Associates Board of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and the Field Museum President's Leadership Council.
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