Nick Walsh is a Senior Managing Director: in the fundraising division at Changing Our World. In this role, Nick has led a wide range of development initiatives, including capital campaigns; major gift counsel; planning studies and audits; annual fund management and implementation; communications campaigns; and board development.
Since joining the firm in 2011, Nick has directed, designed, and supported capital and endowment campaigns that have collectively raised more than $250 million, reaching 112% of their aggregate goal.
Most recently, Nick led the implementation of a successful $50 million campaign for the congressionally created U.S. World War I Centennial Commission and its 501(c)(3) partner, The Doughboy Foundation, to support the design and construction of the first-ever National World War I Memorial in Washington, DC.
Nick has managed clients in the education, arts, faith-based, human services, and global development sectors, including the UN World Food Programme, CARE, The Hartford Bishops’ Foundation, Inc., the Dioceses of Dallas and Trenton, Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation, Feeding America, Providence House, and Fontbonne Hall Academy.
Nick holds a bachelor’s degree in History from Fordham University and is a 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.