Kelly Markey,  CFRE
President

Kelly Markey, CFRE, has over 20 years in the nonprofit and development profession. She was the lead fundraiser at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy for over ten years before creating Kelmar Group. A seasoned development and strategic specialist, she focuses her efforts to partner with organizations seeking to enhance their fundraising and development activities through targeted branding and stakeholder engagement. Using her extensive network, she delivers results in an efficient and concise manner with clear communication throughout the process. She has worked with institutional organizations as well as community-based organizations, including University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), Empowering Women in Technology Success, Inc. (Ewits®), Soteria Diagnostics, Florida Diabetes Camp for Children, PACE Center for Girls, Inc. and the Sebastian Ferrero Foundation.

Liz DiVito
Development Associate

Liz DiVito graduated from the University of Florida in 2016 with Bachelor’s degrees in both International Studies and Political Science. She has experience working with non-profit organizations in the US and around the world, and before joining the Kelmar team served as a Fulbright US Student grantee in Amman, Jordan. Liz has a passion for working with value- and community-based organizations of all types, but particularly those working through international and gender lenses. She partners with Kelmar’s clients to write concise grant proposals, fundraise through strategic marketing, oversee volunteers, and create, implement, and manage innovative programs.

Carmen Lopez-Ramirez
Development Coordinator

Carmen Lopez-Ramirez graduated from the University of Florida in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in the Spanish Language. She is an experienced education program coordinator with a demonstrated history of working in the philanthropy industry. Her experience before joining the AUTM Foundation includes working for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County, where she focused on planning and managing grant-funded programs for teenagers. Carmen is skilled in budgeting, public speaking, social media, and event-driven programming. As Development Coordinator, she focuses on a variety of projects that range from event and meeting planning to crowdfunding and social media management.