Gobel Group’s Philanthropy Services Team Expands with Four New Hires

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. | December 13, 2021 — Gobel Group, the leading consulting and technology firm working exclusively in healthcare philanthropy, is pleased to announce four new hires to expand its Philanthropy Services Team.

Kristen Elnicky and Elizabeth Konyk have joined as Senior Consultants for Philanthropy Services and Sarah Cronin and Meagan Modell have joined as Data Specialists.

Portraits of the four new hires

Elnicky brings more than 16 years of experience as a consultant and leader in healthcare and research institutions and holds an M.B.A. from Liberty University. Konyk spent more than six years at Blackbaud, where she managed a team of consultants and data analysts and helped clients maximize their database usage. She is a graduate of Washington College.

Both Cronin and Modell bring years of experience utilizing the latest nonprofit CRMs and technologies. Cronin is a graduate of Syracuse University and Modell is a graduate of St. Francis College. Both will help clients utilize Gobel’s advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions to optimize and automate their philanthropy services.

“Kristen, Elizabeth, Sarah and Meagan’s prior experiences will be assets to Gobel. They will help our clients exceed goals in their philanthropic initiatives and use our technology to maximize impact,” said Jenny Kleintop, Gobel Group’s Vice President & Chief Services Officer.

Interested in a career at Gobel Group?

Do you want to help healthcare organizations make a difference through the power of philanthropy?
We will continue to grow our Philanthropy Services Team in the next year. To succeed in this role, you must be comfortable working independently and as a team, and extremely detail-oriented with strong project management skills. If that sounds like you, send us a note today at info@gobelgroup.com.

About Gobel Group

Gobel Group is the leading consulting and technology firm working exclusively in healthcare philanthropy. Gobel offers clients the most comprehensive solution for building a robust philanthropy program, including data science and analytics, wealth and gratitude predictive modeling, prospect research and management, dashboard and reporting systems, organizational assessment, campaign and grateful patient programs, staff and clinician training, talent management, research and benchmarking, and database and operations management. Its team of nearly 50 seasoned healthcare development professionals and clinicians brings more than 250 years of healthcare philanthropy experience from the nation’s top medical centers. In its ten years, Gobel has partnered with over 550 hospitals and health systems. Find more information on Gobel Group’s services and career opportunities at gobelgroup.com.