I have spent more than 15 years helping nonprofits to build digital teams and create strategies to support their advocacy, fundraising, and brand-awareness goals. My experience reaches from global confederations to local communities.
At Oxfam America, I oversaw digital campaigns that engaged supporters in the global fight against poverty, leading a team of talented experts in social media, email marketing, web development, and data analytics. I have written fundraising activation plans for humanitarian emergencies and used digital platforms to push for policy change at national and global levels. My interest in fundraising led me to Boston Children’s Hospital, where I aided the organization’s transition to digital-first engagement for donors and event participants. Since my first nonprofit marketing work with Democracy in Action in the early days of digital, I have been endlessly curious about the alchemy of skills that nonprofits need to support their missions, and the processes that connect people within organizations to do their best work.
I hold a Master’s degree in Communication, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown University with a focus on emerging technology and social change. You can find me outside of Boston, Massachusetts, with my spouse and twins.