Drew Tye serves as a Senior Strategic Leader at EAB specifically focusing on partnering with large public research institutions. She is responsible for strengthening and directing executive member relationships, promoting member utilization and engagement, and working with the account management team to impact overall renewal rates and the broader sales team to drive revenue growth. Drew serves as an ambassador and connector at EAB, playing a crucial role in demonstrating the vision and value of EAB’s Research and APS memberships.
Prior to joining EAB, Drew served for three years as a Major Gift Officer for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Among other roles in sales and recruiting, she also served as an Undergraduate Admissions Counselor at Temple University and later returned to her alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, to manage programming for their Department of Development and Alumni Relations.
Drew is a member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Washington D.C. Next Generation Board, a group that seeks to engage and inspire young professionals, new families and emerging philanthropists in the important mission and educational work of the Museum.
In her spare time, Drew is an abstract expressionist painter and works with clients to create one-of-a-kind custom pieces. Her work has exhibited in galleries in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C..But most of all, Drew loves travelling and spending quality time with her wife, Lex, and their daughter, Caroline
Drew graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and majored in Jewish Studies and Creative Writing. She was voted by her peers as the recipient of the Althea K. Hottel award, the highest prize given to a senior woman for “intellectual competence, commitment to ideals and principles, and loyalty to the University of Pennsylvania.”