New York, New York
Kate is an integral member of the fundraising division of Changing Our World, where she has worked for the past 16 years in roles of increasing responsibility. Along with leading feasibility studies, working with boards and recruiting volunteer leaders, and developing cultivation and solicitation strategies for major gift prospects, Kate has extensive experience in grant writing and case development. Most recently, she has worked with organizations to build fundraising programs from the ground up. Her clients have included the United Nations Population Fund, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, and the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC). She is currently working with Cordaid, a development agency headquartered in the Netherlands.
Kate joined the company in September 2001, where she outsourced her fundraising skills to Saint Agnes Hospital and the Children’s Rehabilitation Center. Among the clients she has served in her time with Changing Our World are the NuHealth System, for which Kate created and helped to implement a comprehensive development infrastructure for an institution with no history of philanthropy; the Pearl Harbor Memorial Fund, which raised over $50 million for the development of a new museum and visitor center; and the Pontifical North American College, which successfully completed a $25 million capital improvement and endowment campaign.
Kate holds a BA degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Virginia. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and two sons.