April 29, 2019
The Sanford Health Foundation is pleased to welcome Emma Tupa and Kimberly Vosseteig as new development officers in Fargo.
Previously, both Tupa and Vosseteig served as interns at the Sanford Health Foundation and learned firsthand the power of philanthropy.
They look forward to helping the Foundation reach new goals.
Tupa’s professional background is in product marketing and marketing automation. As a student, she served as a development and special event intern, raising funds and awareness for the breast cancer care and research.
She’s grateful to be back at the Foundation.
“I’m excited to be here because I know every day I have the opportunity to impact someone’s life,” Tupa said. “I look forward to building relationships and being part of an amazing team.”
Tupa will manage the Foundation’s annual events, such as the Home Run Walk and Edith Sanford Breast Center Luncheon. She will also assist community groups with their fundraising and connect them to the area of Sanford Health they’re most passionate about.
“I hope to create amazing events year after year that continue to drive and grow fundraising efforts for our patients,” Tupa said.
Vosseteig said she’s honored to return to Sanford Health. She completed an internship at the Foundation while studying at North Dakota State University and also worked as a Sanford billing specialist.
Most recently, she worked as a project market manager in Fargo, juggling marketing needs, event logistics and sales aspects.
Her primary responsibility at the Foundation will be managing relationships and fundraising campaigns with Children’s Miracle Network corporate partners, such as Costco, Walmart and Sam’s Club, and Dairy Queen.
“I’m excited to be a part of a team that has had such a huge influence in the Fargo-Moorhead region,” she said. “Children’s Miracle Network has always been close to my heart and I am excited to be able to share the stories of our patients.”
Welcome, Emma and Kimberly!