Matt Faber has joined the staff of Marshfield Clinic as a development officer.
Faber is a native of Austin, Minn., who earned a bachelor's degree in English at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn.
He spent about a decade in sales for Mackin Educational Resources and Johnson Brothers.
"Matt's outgoing personality and experience in building relationships with clients are important skills he brings to this position," said Teri Wilczek, chief Development officer. He is very interested in helping to increase support for our research, education and patient care priorities."
"I feel that my career has put me in a position to make a difference, he said. "The Clinic has an outstanding reputation and I will be proud to represent it."
Faber lives in Pittsville, where his wife Dani's family owns a cranberry marsh. He serves on the Pittsville School District School Board and volunteers as a soccer coach for "Be Hip Fitness." He enjoys playing guitar and spending time with Dani and their two daughters, Sophie (5) and Avery (1).