3 Generations if excited to welcome two new staff members to the organization! The first is a new hire, Lindsay Gebhart, who will be leading our fundraising efforts:
Born in a small Ohio town just north of Cincinnati, Lindsay arrived in New York City via San Francisco, where she cut her teeth in nonprofit work at ACORN. Since then she has spent the last seven years working in fundraising in a number of Manhattan nonprofits, most notably the historic Hale House and Junior Achievement of New York. She has an undergraduate degree from Kent State University in Journalism and a Master’s of Public Administration from Baruch College. In addition to caring passionately about human rights and the power of storytelling, Lindsay also enjoys working one-on-one with those in need by volunteering at a local homeless shelter and adopting animals. On weekends you can find her eating way too much at brunch in Brooklyn with her husband and infant daughter then only watching the first half of Steel Magnolias, wishing the movie ended at the carnival.
Our second new hire, Lili Hamlyn, isn’t entirely “new,” but was recently promoted from an intern position to the new full-time Media and Productions Associate:
Lili Hamlyn grew up in London and moved to New York after gaining her BA in English Literature from Oxford University. While at Oxford, Lili founded the Tim Hetherington Society, a documentary film and photojournalism society, in memory of the late Tim Hetherington. The society screened TRICKED during it’s 2013 film festival, which introduced Lili to 3 Generations work. She looks forward to continuing the work and mission of the organization by working in the media and production side of the works they produce. Lili’s love of film and television has lead to her spending much of her free time attempting to make her life resemble the work of her favourite directors.
Both of them look forward to working with all of 3 Generations’ wonderful supporters.