Senior Vice President of Philanthropy and Chief Development Officer
Sandra Sedacca joined Spaulding Rehabilitation Network/Partners Continuing Care in 2016 with more than 30 years of advancement experience in non-profit institutions and academic centers, including national and global organizations committed to health access and equity. As SVP and CDO for Spaulding/PCC, Ms. Sedacca oversees a multi-faceted development program to build philanthropic support among individuals, foundations, corporations, and community groups dedicated to the advancement of rehabilitative medicine and lifelong health—working in partnership with Spaulding’s clinicians and care providers, researchers, trustees, staff, and volunteers on behalf of individuals and families living with disability, injury and disease.
Prior to joining Spaulding/PCC, Ms. Sedacca was Harvard Medical School’s Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives and Campaign, and earlier served as Vice President and CDO for Planned Parenthood Federation of America/Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Vice President and CDO for the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, and Dean of Development and External Relations at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Earlier in her career, Ms. Sedacca was the National Director for Development at the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation and Senior Director for Development at Save the Children/USA. Much of her work as a development leader and activist has focused on building and sustaining institution-wide support through major campaigns. Ms. Sedacca holds a J.D from Case Western Reserve University School of Law.