Carey Dougherty joined Malta House as Director of Development and Strategy in March 2017, and was appointed Executive Director on January 1, 2019.
Carey is a nonprofit professional whose experience includes serving as Director of Development for Recovery Network of Programs, a behavioral healthcare agency in Bridgeport, CT, as well as founding and serving as Executive Director of Her Haven, a nonprofit that designs trauma-informed spaces of healing and hope for women and families in need.
Prior to her work in the nonprofit sector, Carey worked as an interior designer, an Account Executive for an international Fortune 500 company, and as a teacher of Japanese and high school English. She has served on several nonprofit boards and works with other volunteer organizations that focus on helping women and children.
Carey holds a BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Advanced Japanese from Keio University in Tokyo, and a Residential Interior Design Certificate from Fairfield University.