Administrative: League of American Orchestras

Posted on: August 13, 2013

STACY WILSON MARGOLIS has been named vice president for development at the League of American Orchestras, effective September 3, 2013. She goes to the League from the Orchestra of St. Luke’s in New York City, where as director of development she oversaw annual fundraising efforts as well as a $50 million capital campaign for the creation of OSL’s DiMenna Center for Classical Music. Prior to assuming that post in 2008 Margolis spent six years as executive director of the London Symphony Orchestra’s American Foundation, with responsibility for all of the LSO’s U.S.-based fundraising. She had earlier held development posts at the New York Public Library and the New York-based Theater Development Fund. Margolis holds degrees in music and marketing management from Syracuse University and attended the Master’s program in Arts Administration at Columbia University. “Stacy Margolis is a gifted fundraising leader with a remarkable record of accomplishment,” said League President and CEO Jesse Rosen. “She will help the League implement effective strategies for growing our development efforts, while overseeing new initiatives to help support the critical programs and services we offer our member orchestras.”

Stacy Margolis photo by Stephen Barnwell

Posted August 13, 2013