Playing the "instrument of the angels" since the age of 9, Maggie gained
regional acclaim on the Irish folk harp in music from the Renaissance to
Broadway and film standards. Often asked to appear in concerts and at Celtic
events, she has played the harp for dozens of weddings and receptions. Playing
the concert pedal harp, Maggie has appeared with local orchestras. As with her
father and brother, she is heard often on television and radio. Her first
recording was entitled "Angel of Music." Her 2002 CD release, entitled
"Ascension," received great acclaim.
Maggie graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern College in Iowa, in May,
2005, with a B.A. in writing/rhetoric and cultural studies. A world-traveler,
she has spent extended stays in Ireland, Holland and as an exchange student to
Oxford University in autumn, 2004. In September, 2005, she commenced graduate
studies at Boston University on full-scholarship in the Masters of Theological Studies
program, with a concentration in religion and conflict resolution.
Maggie graduated summa cum laude in May, 2007.
She was appointed Admissions Officer of the School of Theology for Boston University,
starting May 7th of 2007. Her responsibilities included scholarship determinations and
recruitment trips for the school.
In February, 2008, she was promoted to Development Officer for the School of Theology.
In June, 2010, Maggie and her husband Tim relocated to Seattle, Washington, where Maggie
was appointed the Director of Annual Giving at Seattle University.
The birth of their son Will Keelan Gault was in September, 2012.
Maggie recently served in 2014 as the Assistant Director for Major Gifts at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, WA and in
March 2015 she commenced her new position as Director of Philanthropy for the University of Washington School of Medicine,
securing major gifts that support the University of Washington School of Medicine's educational activities, including scholarships and professorships.
When time permits she continues to play her harps at college and church functions in the Seattle area.