Anne McClintock is executive director of University Planned Giving at Harvard. As a charitable gift planning specialist for over 25 years, Ms. McClintock has helped donors establish optimal gift arrangements for themselves and Harvard. She also enjoys the privilege of helping individuals grapple with the complexities associated with wealth and legacy. Prior to joining the University, Ms. McClintock developed financing packages for corporations as a loan officer at Bank of Boston (now part of Bank of America). She is a past president of the executive board of the Planned Giving Group of New England, has spoken widely about planned giving, and has served as a consultant to several nonprofit organizations. Ms. McClintock holds an AB in economics from Smith College.
Al Halliday (AB '82) returned to Harvard in 2004 and is the director of University Planned Giving. At Harvard, Al was a member of the Glee Club and the rugby team. Most recently, he was a management consultant for the Monitor Group. Al is a songwriter and jazz pianist, and once played the bagpipes for Ella Fitzgerald.
Kara Morin joined the University Planned Giving team in 2001. Before that, she was the assistant director of clubs and programs for the Harvard Alumni Association. Kara is a graduate of Smith College and holds an MFA in playwriting from the University of Washington. Her plays have been performed in the United States, broadcast in New Zealand, and published in China.
Senior Associate Director
John Christel joined University Planned Giving in 2007, following more than 11 years in development work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to moving to the Boston area in 1990, John worked in book and magazine publishing in New York City for over four years. John is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and holds a master's degree in education from Boston University. He and his wife devote all their spare time and energy to raising their twin sons.
Senior Associate Director
Jane Verrill joined University Planned Giving in the fall of 2006. Jane is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a dual major in finance and marketing. Before joining University Planned Giving, she was working in the financial industry. Among Jane's many interests are skiing, tennis, traveling, and making jewelry.
Tanya joined the University Planned Giving team in 2011. She is a graduate of St. Lawrence University and holds a degree in psychology. Prior to joining University Planned Giving, she worked in sales and marketing in the graphic arts industry. Among Tanya's many interests are spending time with friends and family, skiing, and traveling.
Molly joined the University Planned Giving team in 2019. She is a graduate of Stonehill College and holds a degree in neuroscience. Before joining University Planned Giving, she worked in the FAS Office of Gift Planning. Molly’s many interests include traveling, cooking, walking in the woods with her dog, and spending time with friends and family.
Keira joined University Planned Giving in February 2020. She is a graduate of Keene State College and holds a bachelor’s degree in health science, with a concentration in nutrition. Before joining the Planned Giving team, she worked in the Alumni Relations office at Harvard Law School. Keira’s interests include running half marathons, exploring New England, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.
Natalie is originally from Chicago, IL but moved to Boston to pursue a degree in Public Relations & Marketing Communications at Simmons University. After graduating in May of 2019, Natalie accepted a role with AA&D's events team before transitioning to her current position as a staff assistant for UPG. Natalie supports office administration, tracks team statistics, and assists with planned giving events. In her free time, she enjoys quilting, visiting museums, and exploring New England.