Kimberly Liebowitz is the first employee hired to work for The Cancer Foundation in January 2008. Kimberly has always had a passion for helping others, specifically helping cancer patients and their families. She holds a Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia, with a master's level certification in nonprofit management. As a nonprofit executive, she performs need assessments, engages in fundraising, grant writing and program evaluation. She implements strategic goals and objectives for the organization, and actively recruits the community members to support The Cancer Foundation’s mission.
Kimberly actively participates as a member of the Athens Area Cancer Auxiliary, Athens-Clarke County Chamber Ambassadors, and the 1919 Athens Regional Foundation Young Professional Board, and is a LEAD Athens alumna. She is a sustainer of the Junior League of Athens and named to Athens Banner Herald’s Exceptional in 2011, and is a member of Athens First United Methodist church. She resides in Oconee County with her husband, Ryan, twins Anna and Jacob, and golden retriever, Ally. In her spare time, she loves to garden and train for her next half marathon.
special events and communications coordinator
Haley Avery has been employed with The Cancer Foundation as the Special Events and Communications Coordinator since January 2014. She has a corporate and sales marketing background with emphasis in event design and planning, and enjoys translating those skills to The Cancer Foundation. She is the behind-the-scenes point-of-contact behind all special events and communications between the Foundation, donors, and event guests. She is an active member of Athens Area Cancer Auxiliary and Athens Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.
Haley is originally from Hartwell, Georgia, but has lived in Athens since 2002 when she began attending the University of Georgia. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English, with minors in Italian and Classical Culture. Haley has been happily married to her husband, Todd, an Athens' native, since 2013 and they welcomed their daughter in April 2017. Outside of work, Haley enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, gardening and shopping.
Prospect researcher and development coordinator
Primarily, Gabby researches and writes grant proposals, and oversees the Foundation’s annual campaign activities. Gabby’s favorite part of her job is finding new foundations, corporations and organizations to educate about The Cancer Foundation. She is an active member of Athens Area Cancer Auxiliary where she serves on the leadership committee as the In Their Shoes event chair.
Born and raised in Marietta, Georgia, Gabby received a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Science in 2015, and her Master of Arts in Nonprofit Organizations in 2016, both from the University of Georgia. When not at work, Gabby is busy being a supportive military spouse to her husband, Jamie, who serves in the Army National Guard. She also enjoys taking her dog, Bojangle, for walks.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
Katrina Moody started full-time at The Cancer Foundation in February 2019 as the Financial Assistance Program Administrator. Katrina primarily manages the Financial Assistance Program and ensures all assistance is given in a timely manner. Katrina’s favorite part of her job is being able to tell patients that their applications have been approved and assistance is on the way.
Katrina was raised in Rome, Ga. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Oglethorpe University in 2016 and her Master of Social Work from the University of Georgia in 2018. While not at work, Katrina enjoys reading, exercising, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.