Emily is a multi-faceted and engaging nonprofit professional whose experience encompasses many different aspects of the organization. She has served in various fundraising, administrative and strategic development capacities and understands the unique challenges and opportunities within the nonprofit industry. Emily has worked in varied social service sectors and has experience working internationally, specifically in Latin America. She thrives on helping organizations engage donors’ passions and interests, developing robust systems, creating strategies for growth, and implementing successful processes and procedures.
Most recently, Emily served as Chief Advancement Officer for Friends Association in Chester County, PA, and led the organization’s fund development and grant writing as it celebrated 200 years as a nonprofit organization. She developed a major gifts platform and strategy for the Chester County Food Bank and led The Barn at Spring Brook Farm as Executive Director. She also served as Executive Director of Amigos de Jesus, an international nonprofit organization working in Honduras. She is proficient in Spanish. Emily also has certificates in Principles of Fundraising, Developing Major Gifts, and other coursework within the sector.
- Amigos de Jesús
- Chester County Food Bank
- Friends Association for Care and Protection of Children
- The Barn at Spring Brook Farm
- Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies and Political Science – Drexel University
- Master’s Degree in International Marketing – St. Joseph’s University