Samantha Bossman is grants manager at GHR Foundation. In this role, she leads grantmaking operations, systems and data support the mission and strategic goals of the Foundation.
Samantha was previously the development officer for the Ramsey County Historical Society in Saint Paul, MN. As a department of one, Samantha helped build a quality fundraising program for the Society by securing institutional support, growing the annual fund, and converting and managing the database system.
Prior to joining GHR, she held various roles in development for organizations including the National Children’s Museum and the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument, a museum highlighting the U.S. women’s suffrage and equal rights movements located in Washington DC. In 2017, she served as JCI St Paul President and board member of the Saint Paul Jaycees Charitable Foundation. She continues to volunteer with local nonprofits throughout the community.
Samantha earned a master’s degree in museum studies from George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in art history from Earlham College.