As an accomplished fundraising consultant, I have over fifteen years of progressive experience launching successful grant-writing efforts, optimizing institutional giving strategies for New York City-based organizations.

Over the course of my career, I have contributed to substantial improvements in fundraising outcomes, implementing new strategies which achieved up to 47 percent increases in yearly donations. In my role with a nonprofit organization serving adoptive families and foster parents, I oversaw logistics of internal processes while working to streamline administration of over fifty social service programs.

I have a master’s degree in public administration. I am a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (NYC Chapter), the Association of Nonprofit Specialists, and a member and contributing writer for CharityChannel.

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How to Craft an Evaluation Plan

You’ve done your research and matched a foundation to your program. You’ve contacted the foundation’s officer, introduced your organization, and garnered interest in your mission. You’ve written a killer proposal that has a great program description, a clear and detailed budget, and shared client testimonials. All describe and demonstrate how your nonprofit will help the…

Why Grant Writing is Not All About the Writing

We need money! I hear this a lot when I begin consulting for a new organization. Some clients think that grant writers can just wave their magic pen and win any and all grants they apply for. Yes, grant writers are responsible for having great writing skills and crafting a winning grant proposal, but they…