As Senior Consultant, Account Management, Rachel is focused on providing strategic consultation and critical insights to help your program innovate and succeed. She is responsible for providing guidance for overall program strategy and delivery and is dedicated listening to and interpreting your goals into successful donor outreach. Rachel works closely with your project team to ensure your expectations are met with the highest level of responsiveness and professionalism. She is committed to building the strong client partnerships that set Ruffalo Noel Levitz apart.
Rachel began her career at Ruffalo Noel Levitz in 2010 as a Project Manager and has worked in various strategic and account management roles throughout her tenure, planning and executing fundraising programs for more than 75 nonprofit institutions. She has worked with client partners across multiple verticals including higher education, private high schools, cultural organizations, public broadcasting, religious institutions, and military academies. Prior to joining Ruffalo Noel Levitz, Rachel served as the Project Manager for the Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media and was a producer for the Emmy Award-winning Colorado State of Mind at Rocky Mountain PBS. She has also served as a senior account manager with Huble Digital, a full service, global digital marketing agency.
Rachel holds a Master of Arts in Mass Communications from the University of Denver and a Bachelor of Arts in Technical Journalism from Colorado State University.
Quotes from Rachel
“I believe in our responsibility to instill a culture of philanthropy for future generations. While our work to engage donors generates immediate funds, it also builds for the future of transformative giving, and I want to be part of that.”
“Fundraising has evolved. It’s time to meet donors where they are with new technology and outreach methods that are the most comfortable. This means breaking from our old habits, listening, and trying new things to engage the next generation of givers.”