World Pediatric Project Names Jay Lugar and Grace Davis as New Development Officers

New roles bring opportunity to grow mission to deliver critical pediatric care to children in developing countries and highlight how RVAHeals

Richmond, VA (August 28, 2019) - World Pediatric Project is pleased to announce the hire of Jay Lugar and Grace Davis as new development officers in their Richmond, Virginia office. Their new roles will help WPP increase its capacity to reach more children in developing countries with critical pediatric care and highlight how the generosity of the Richmond community heals across the world.

“Jay and Grace bring a wide range of development experience to WPP. We’re thrilled to welcome them into the WPP family,” said Brian Shaw, Executive Vice President of World Pediatric Project. “The Richmond community’s generosity and commitment to healing children is a large part of WPP’s success, and we’re excited to have Jay and Grace on board to help show how RVAHeals.”

Jay Lugar brings extensive fundraising experience to WPP in his role as Major Gift Officer. His previous experience includes managing fundraising projects for Boy Scouts of America, VCU Massey Cancer Center, and the State Fair of Virginia.

Grace Davis joins WPP as Mission Impact and Stewardship Officer. Having received her Masters of Nonprofit Studies from University of Richmond, Grace previously worked with Sportable, Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity, and Make-A-Wish Greater Virginia.