St. Joseph Hospital Foundation Staff

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The Philanthropy team works to share our mission and connect with donors, business leaders and employees interested in making a positive difference in the care and experience of our patients and residents.

Together, we have the honor of driving the philanthropic outreach that provides our hospital and provider practices with capital improvements, advanced equipment and technology, improved spaces, new programs and more.

If you’d like to discuss how your gift can make a meaningful impact in the lives of others, please contact us at or call (603) 884-4343. We look forward to connecting with you.

Senior Vice President & President
Covenant Health Foundation

Brad CoffeyJ. Bradford Coffey joined Covenant Health in 2015, and serves as Senior Vice President & President of Covenant Health Foundation.  In his role, Brad is responsible for leading all philanthropic activity within Covenant Health’s member organizations.

Prior to joining Covenant Health, Brad held the title of Vice President for EMHS (Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems) Foundation, where he led philanthropy efforts to build a new adult cancer center, pediatric cancer center, multiple sclerosis center and new inpatient tower.  He is known among his peers for his ability to communicate complicated concepts in straightforward and compelling language, and he is well respected by leaders in Maine and throughout New England.

Brad began his career in philanthropy at the University of Maine Foundation in 2001 after nearly a decade of practicing law. Brad has received many service awards and recognitions dating back to the early 1990s.  He is a licensed Maine attorney, and he has been very involved in his community, including serving as president of the Maine Planned Giving Council and the Bangor Rotary Club, and board chair of Shaw House and treasurer of the Maine Conservation Voters.  He and his wife, Elizabeth, are the proud parents of three children.

Executive Director of Philanthropy
St. Joseph Hospital, Nashua, New Hampshire

Brian Winslow joined Covenant Health in 2023 and serves as Executive Director of Philanthropy at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua, NH. Brian has over 25 years of experience working in philanthropy. Previous roles include Director of Fund Development for Community Health & Hospice, Vice President of Advancement & Business Development for Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice, and Executive Director of Philanthropy for LRGHealthcare.

Brian is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Iowa State University, a Master of Public Policy & Management from the University of Maine’s Muskie School, and a Master of Science in Marketing from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). Brian is currently on faculty with SNHU, where he teaches Introductory Marketing and Strategic Non-profit Marketing to undergraduate and graduate students.

Originally from Maine, Brian has lived in New Hampshire for the past 16 years with his wife, two children, and an exceptionally large Newfoundland dog. In his free time, he enjoys the outdoors, an avid angler and sailor. His weekends are most likely spent somewhere on the water.

Grants Manager
St. Joseph Hospital, Nashua, New Hampshire

Karen Bradshaw, Grants Manager, SJNKaren joined the Foundation in 2018 in the newly created Grants Associate role in Nashua. In 2021, she became the Grants Manager, as well as the grants administrator for Covenant Health’s Post-Acute Care facilities.

With 20 years of administrative and fundraising experience in non-profit settings, including Brown University and her alma mater Clark University, Karen now enjoys the more focused aspect of grantmaking and management as it supports an organization’s fundraising goals.

In addition to her B.A, Karen holds a Master’s in Museum Education, and is trained as an English Language Teacher to Adults, where she previously served as an instructor to diplomatic staff at the United Nations in New York City.

Karen works remotely from her home in Southern New Hampshire. In addition to local hiking and traveling with her husband and son, reading any kind of historical fiction and engaging Fergus, their 2-year-old border collie/poodle mix, occupies her free time.

Donor Database Manager
Covenant Health Foundation

Denise Marques Headshot

Denise joined Covenant Health Foundation in March 2022 and comes to us with a deep and broad background in healthcare development operations.

Her experience in database management includes data entry, gift acknowledgment, queries, reporting and quality assurance. She has also managed budgets, worked in partnership with finance partners, led employee campaigns and stewardship programs and helped to coordinate and staff special events. Denise is mission-focused and is highly donor-centered when working with donors and partners.

Denise works remotely from her home in Massachusetts where she lives with her husband and two sons.

Annual Fund and Stewardship Manager
Covenant Health Foundation

Erin McKenney HeadshotErin joined Covenant Health Foundation in 2020 and oversees the Annual Fund for all Covenant Health member organizations.

Erin earned her master’s in International Development and Social Change from Clark University and her undergraduate degree from Niagara University.

She works remotely from her home in Massachusetts where she resides with her husband, Paul, and their cat, Sennie.

Executive Director, Philanthropy, Operations and Strategy
Covenant Health Foundation

Susan Oldrid HeadshotSusan is responsible for executing a comprehensive philanthropy program for Covenant Health’s post-acute care facilities and leading operations and strategic planning for the Covenant Health Foundation. Previous roles include Vice President at Graham-Pelton Consulting, a global non-profit management consulting firm. Service to clients included executive coaching, development assessments, campaign studies, campaign management, performance management and strategic planning.

Susan also served Saint Anne’s Hospital in multiple vice president roles, including Vice President, Development, providing strategic and operational leadership of philanthropy and as Vice President for Mission/Community Partnerships, providing leadership of Mission, Faith Community Nursing, Continuing Medical Education, Community Benefits, Volunteer Services and a residential program for individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Susan received her BA in psychology from Bridgewater State University and completed a graduate program in Executive and Organizational Coaching in the School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas.

When not deriving joy from her work, Susan is most happy sharing time and adventures with her family and friends, working out, traveling and cooking.

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