Wrong Leslie Rioux?

Last Updated 6/9/2010

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Director , Annual and Special Giving  - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Director of Development Division  - Annual and Special Giving for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

MSKCC

McCaffrey and McCall Advertising Agency

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2004 Washington Nonprofit Conference:

Leslie M. RiouxLeslie M. Rioux is the Director of Annual and Special Giving for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's (MSKCC) Development Division.Leslie works with the Vice President of Development, Richard Naum, and manages a portfolio that includes: Annual Fund, Direct Mail, Alumni Affairs, Marathon Program/Special Events.Leslie has been at MSKCC for over two years and has been working on developing an overall marketing program for MSKCC's philanthropy, with the ultimate objective of creating a 360 degree, multi-channel, marketing approach to gift giving.Before coming to MSKCC, Leslie spent 15 years in the private sector in sales and marketing.Leslie began her career at McCaffrey and McCall Advertising Agency working on the client side.Leslie then moved into publishing which is where she spent the next 15 years in sales in marketing for various publishing operations: Bantam Doubleday Dell, Workman Publishing, Abbeville Press, Vivendi Universal.Leslie's last job in the private sector was Director of Trade Sales and Marketing for Vivendi Universal, now part of NBC.Leslie ran the company, which was one of Vivendi's 60 international publishing units.

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HollandSentinel.com - Your local online source for news and information.

"It's amazing for a person to recognize that they can have an impact in controlling this disease even though they themselves do not have cancer," said Leslie Rioux, director of annual and special giving at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.A total of 625 runners raised $2.4 million for pediatric research by running the New York Marathon in 2004, but that's just in the center's backyard, Rioux said.

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http://www.antarticconnection.com/antarctic/news/2005-2/031505cancer.shtml

"It's amazing for a person to recognize that they can have an impact in controlling this disease even though they themselves do not have cancer," said Leslie Rioux, director of annual and special giving at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

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