Maggie Klee joins Most Valuable Kids as the Program Director of the Washington, D.C. chapter. Maggie has more than six years of experience in the nonprofit world focusing on marketing, communications, development and events. Maggie graduated from American University with a BA in Communication Studies.
As a former intern and volunteer for Most Valuable Kids, Maggie is thrilled to be back to combine her passions for youth services, education and sports to improve the lives of children in Washington, D.C.
Marie Rudolph joins MVK as a development and relationship management consultant. Marie brings over a decade of professional experience in Washington DC in both the public and private sectors in political, business, education and non-profit positions.
Prior to joining us, she served as Executive Director of Athletes United for Social Justice/The Grassroot Project and as a development and strategic planning consultant for a health and wellness start up. Marie co-founded the EagleBank Bowl (renamed the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman), a college football game benefiting military families which has generated well over $40 million in economic development. In winning the inaugural 2008 license, Marie negotiated terms of engagement and other contracts with ESPN, the United States Naval Academy, the United States Military Academy and the Atlantic Coast Conference, among others. In 2010, she was presented with the Outstanding Service to Amateur Football award by the National Capital Region Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
Alongside her entrepreneurial projects, Marie continues to volunteer her time and expertise in education, athletics, entrepreneurship, sport for social development, and serving veterans and active duty military. She holds a B.A. from Regis University and an MPA from The George Washington University. She hails from Colorado and currently resides in Washington DC.