I am a Baltimore born and bred financial development professional, dedicated to causes specific to urban life, including education and leadership development. I was introduced to the importance of charitable work at a young age, and fell in love, and was ecstatic when I learned in college you can fundraise as a career. I began my career with the American Red Cross, and helped to manage the young adult division, as well as major corporate and individual solicitations. My personal mission is to continue to work for the community of Baltimore, which I am proud to call home.
When working in the nonprofit field, how important do you think your personal connection to the cause you are working for is?
Hi Katelyn, Great question! I think it's essential. Giving of your time, your energy and your resources has to come from ...
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Philanthropically: Urban education, girls' and women's issues Personally: exploring my hometown, volunteer work, British television
CEO of Girl Scouts of America
May 2013 – February 2014
- Maintain and manage Salesforce donor database - Identify and develop Workplace Giving campaigns for local corporations - Manage the American Red Cross of the Chesapeake Region's Young Professionals board - Identify and cultivate mid-level donors ($100-$999) for Major Gift status
July 2012 – May 2013
- Manage Major Gifts data entry into Raiser's Edge and Salesforce.com - Assist Major Gifts Officer with maintaining communication donors - Help plan social and philanthropic events for major donors
September 2010 – June 2012
Managed day-to-day schedules for two school-aged children, including school work, extracurricular activities, and personal responsibilities.
Honors: Dean's List (S '09, F '09, S' 10, F '10, S '12)
Clubs and Societies: Phi Sigma Sigma - Xi Chapter
Honors: Magna Cum Laude Dean's List (F '12, S '13, F '13)
Clubs and Societies: Phi Sigma Alpha