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Denver/June 22, 2023 – Morris Animal Foundation is proud to announce Amy Bailey as its new Chief Marketing Officer. An accomplished mission-driven marketer, Bailey joins the Foundation from Children’s Hospital Colorado, bringing with her a wealth of experience and knowledge that will further the Foundation’s mission of bridging science and resources to advance the health of animals.

“We are thrilled to welcome Amy to the Foundation,” said Morris Animal Foundation President and CEO Tiffany Grunert. “Her exceptional track record in team leadership and experience in driving organizational growth and enhancing reputation through strategic marketing plans make her an invaluable addition. We are confident that her expertise in translating scientific research into compelling narratives will help us raise awareness and garner increased donor support."

Bailey brings more than 20 years of experience developing brand strategies and integrating marketing plans to her new role. During her seven years with Children’s Hospital Colorado, she successfully led and mentored the marketing strategy team, launched various channels and platforms to effectively communicate the hospital’s story, oversaw a national business-to-business reputation marketing program and collaborated with organizational leadership to align marketing priorities with enterprise goals.

“I am deeply inspired by the remarkable work carried out by Morris Animal Foundation to improve the lives of animals,” Bailey said. “My experience at Children’s Hospital Colorado has fueled my passion for developing engaging stories about the power and significance of scientific research, and I am thrilled to continue this endeavor for the Foundation.”

Bailey holds a Bachelor of Science in journalism and mass communication from the University of Colorado Boulder. She also has a Master of Business Administration from CU Denver.

About Morris Animal Foundation
Morris Animal Foundation’s mission is to bridge science and resources to advance the health of animals. Founded in 1948 and headquartered in Denver, Colorado, it is one of the largest nonprofit animal health research organizations in the world, funding more than $149 million in nearly 3,000 critical studies to date across a broad range of species. Learn more at

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