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ARHP Announces New Development Director, Rebecca Sager

For Immediate Release
November 30,  2007

WASHINGTON, DC (November 30, 2007) - The board of directors and staff of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP), an education association comprised of leading health care providers, researchers, and educators in the field, are pleased to announce that Rebecca Sager has joined ARHP as its new development director.

"We are proud to welcome Rebecca to ARHP," said Wayne Shields, ARHP president and CEO. "Her extensive experience in all aspects of non-profit fundraising will help expand ARHPs position as a trusted resource for education and information on reproductive and sexual health."

Rebecca brings extensive experience in fundraising and development to ARHP, having most recently served as the director of development for Alliance for Justice (AFJ). There, Rebecca was directly responsible for implementing, enhancing, and supporting multifaceted fundraising strategies to sustain and expand AFJs $5 million annual budget. Prior to AFJ, Rebecca served in key fundraising positions for progressive organizations such as the Institute for Womens Policy Research, People for the American Way, and NARAL Pro-Choice America.

Rebecca joins ARHP at a time of substantial growth and program expansion. In her new role, Rebecca will oversee all ARHP fundraising activities including the cultivation and management of funder and donor relationships, as well as the development and implementation of new and diverse fundraising strategies and programs.


The Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) is the leading source for trusted medical education and information on reproductive and sexual health. ARHP educates health care providers, informs consumers, and helps shape public policy. ARHP is a non-profit membership association composed of highly qualified and committed experts in reproductive health. ARHP members are health professionals in clinical practice, education, research, and advocacy and they include physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse midwives, researchers, educators, pharmacists, and other professionals in reproductive health. To learn more, visit: