Mardi Gradolf

Director of Development

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Mardi Gradolf is responsible for securing major and planned gifts from individuals, foundations and corporate partners in support of Arizona PBS.

Prior to Arizona PBS, Gradolf served as the associate director of development at The Nature Conservancy and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU, where she was responsible for major gift fundraising and planned giving. Gradolf has worked for several nonprofit organization in the Phoenix area for more than 20 years in roles including marketing, advertising, event planning and fundraising.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication from Rollins College.

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