Dynamic, visionary executive who creates strategic, mutually beneficial partnerships and relationships with visitors, supporters, donors, businesses and community that sustains and promotes the mission of the organization.
Marketing - created and implemented a marketing plan to internally develop and disseminate marketing materials and print media.
Development - cultivate and maintain relationships with over 500 community businesses and organizations, 250 donors, 100+ sponsors, and 15 directors of the board.
Event Management - Coordinate 3 major annual fund raising events that raise over $30,000 cumulatively.
Grant Writing - Research, identify and prepare grants that raise a minimum of $20,000 annually.
Media - Connect activities, events and updates with members and community through Press Release, Radio, Website, Facebook and Constant Contact.
Fundraising - Coordinate all arms of fundraising, including grants, sponsorships, exhibits, member events, donor events, special events, direct mail and website.
Operations - Improve customer experience through staff training. Strengthen streams of operating revenue by improving exhibits, birthday party experience, gift shop and membership outreach.
Public speaking - Promote the Museum positively in the community presenting to donors, sponsors, community groups for support and to non-profit colleagues at events such as the Arts Collaborative presented by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod and Philanthropy Day presented through Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands.
Non-profit Experience - Understand the structure and dynamic of a non-profit organization.
Staff Management - Employ and engage 17 staff members to oversee daily operations.
Volunteer Management - Enlist and engage skilled volunteers to improve daily operations.
Community Outreach - Coordinate opportunities to work collaboratively with other community entities, including pre-schools, public schools, state agencies and area nonprofits that mutually benefit our shared demographic.
Develop, maintain and assess the Museum's $350,000 annual budget. Work with our 15 member Board of Directors to promote and sustain the Museum's mission. Oversee 12 employees, managing daily operations, programs, exhibits, fund raising, marketing, development, grant-writing, corporate and community relations. Coordinate 6 volunteers to assist with daily operations. Research and write full grant proposals, achieving $50,000 annually in funding. Plan and implement three major fund raising events raising over $50,000 annually. Procure corporate sponsorships. Manage 1,000 member/donor database through Giftworks, Excel and Quickbooks.
Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands
CLI - Community Leadership Institute - 2011
Board of Directors
Cape Cod Children's Museum
Falmouth Chamber of Commerce
Director (and present chair)
Mashpee Cultural Council
Friends of Mashpee Public Schools
K.C. Coombs Elementary School Principal Search Committee
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