Associate; Vice President of Development, National Fitness Foundation
Jackie Bartolomeo is the Vice President of Development at the National Fitness Foundation. Prior to that, Bartolomeo served as the Senior Development Manager of Distinguished Events at the American Cancer Society. As an experienced fundraiser, Jackie oversees a portfolio valued at more than $750,000 for the New York City region. Prior to her time at the American Cancer Society, Jackie worked for the National Hockey League in Social Impact and Corporate Social Responsibility where she was instrumental in executing key events promoting diversity and inclusion across the League. Jackie previously spent four seasons with the Major League Baseball Players Association where she served as a Program Coordinator for the Players Trust. While at the Trust, Jackie managed sponsorship platforms and fundraisers including grant programs, donor advised funds and annual golf and poker tournaments. While obtaining her Masters at Columbia (’17), Jackie was one of the six students from SPS who was awarded the Innovation Scholarship for her ability to combine her experience in sports with her newly found focus on fundraising, grant writing and financial management. Jackie currently resides in Hoboken and is training for her sixth marathon.
- M.S., Columbia University
- B.S., New York University
In the News
An Epidemic of Inactivity
Sports Management faculty Jackie Bartolomeo and Scott Rosner discuss the athletic and health impacts of the pandemic.