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Nick Walsh

Nick Walsh is a Managing Director in the Fundraising division at Changing Our World.  Over the past 7 years, Nick has led a wide range of development initiatives, including capital campaigns and feasibility studies; development audits; annual fund management and implementation; case development; volunteer recruitment; major gift donor engagement; and board trainings.  Currently, Nick is leading the implementation of a $50 million campaign for the United States World War I Centennial Commission, which was created by Congress in 2013, to support the construction of a National World War I Memorial in Washington, DC.  Nick is also working with the Hartford Bishops’ Foundation in the planning and implementation of a capital campaign in support of the Archdiocese of Hartford.  In both campaigns, Nick has managed the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of leading individuals, corporations, and foundations across the country.

Previously, Nick worked with the Diocese of Trenton and the Diocese of Dallas on the implementation of $75 million and $125 million campaigns, respectively. Through both fundraising efforts, Nick directed 12 individual parish campaigns and raised over $17 million on their behalf, surpassing their aggregate goal by more than $4 million.  Nick also previously partnered with the Archdiocese of Boston to provide direct Annual Appeal assistance to parishes throughout the active implementation period.

Since joining Changing Our World, Nick has managed clients in the faith-based, education, arts, and international relief and development sectors, including United Nations Foundation, CARE, the Archdiocese of Hartford, Cordaid, Feeding America, Providence House, Fontbonne Hall Academy, Bishop Timon-St. Jude High School, and the Nightingale-Bamford School.

Prior to joining the firm, Nick interned for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in Washington, DC, where he worked in the campaign finance office.

Nick graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor’s degree in History and a minor in Communications and Media Studies.