New York, New York
Nick Walsh is a Managing Director in the Fundraising division at Changing Our World. Over the past 8 years, Nick has led a wide range of development initiatives, including capital campaigns and feasibility studies; development audits; annual fund management and implementation; communications campaigns; volunteer recruitment; major gift donor engagement; and board trainings. Currently, Nick is leading the implementation of a $50 million campaign for the congressionally-created U.S. World War I Centennial Commission to support the design and construction of a National World War I Memorial in Washington, DC.
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.
Since joining Changing Our World, Nick has managed clients in the faith-based, education, arts, and international relief and development sectors, including the United Nations Foundation, CARE, Cordaid, the Archdiocese of Boston, Feeding America, Providence House, Fontbonne Hall Academy, and the Nightingale-Bamford School.
Nick holds a Bachelor’s degree in History and a minor in Communications and Media Studies from Fordham University. Nick is also a recent graduate of the Advanced Management Program at Omnicom University, a partnership between Harvard Business School and Babson College.
Prior to joining the firm, Nick interned for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in Washington, DC.