Caprice Bragg: Vice President of Development

Caprice Bragg is the Vice President of Development for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, where she leads fundraising and donor relations. Formerly Executive Director, External Relations at Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, oversaw development, alumni relations and donor stewardship activities for the college. Prior to her tenure at Ohio State, Caprice was a 12-year employee of the Cleveland Foundation, where she held several roles, including Senior Vice President for Gift Planning and Donor Relations, Director of Planned Giving, and Gift Planning Officer. She has practiced law at Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff and in-house at KeyCorp, and was an employee benefits and human resources consultant with Ernst & Young.  She’s already well-engrained in our community, serving on the State of Ohio's Commission on Cultural Facilities and the Nord Family Foundation. Caprice has been active on the boards of Lake Ridge Academy, the Estate Planning Council of Cleveland (past president), the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, In Counsel with Women, and AdNet, a professional organization for development professionals in community foundations. She is a native of Akron, graduated with honors from Oberlin College, and earned her JD from the New York University School of Law.