In an increasingly decentralized and complex global society, philanthropy is one of the most impactful ways one can make a difference in the lives of strangers and bring people together for a common goal to make a difference.

Aly Mennuti has had a passion for philanthropy from a young age, largely due to the influence of her mother who instilled a belief that the global and local must unite to change the world. Aly has been privileged to merge her idealism with a career that provides her with the ability to help nonprofit organizations across all sectors set bold goals and deliver tangible achievements.

Since joining CCS in 2015, Aly has partnered with clients across several sectors; from small local organizations to international nonprofits and has helped them strengthen their programs, elevate their causes and profiles, and achieve their mission-driven goals. It has been Aly’s pleasure to follow best practices in philanthropy and apply those constantly evolving approaches to the unique needs of each nonprofit to guide transformational change.

Aly has vast experience in the areas of marketing, foundations, corporate and individual giving, major gifts research and solicitation, campaign volunteer management and pledge collection. She has had the opportunity to partner with clients ranging from associations, independent schools, arts, health and human service, and religious sectors.

Recently, Aly was privileged to work side-by-side with the American College of Cardiology on a bold endeavor to implement and execute their capital campaign to fund programmatic efforts in diversity and inclusion, leadership development and global health disparities and care. The campaign, which exceeded all projections, will further efforts in innovation in cardiovascular care and treatment for patients worldwide.

select client partners

  • The Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA
  • American College of Cardiology, Washington, DC
  • House of Ruth Maryland, Baltimore, MD

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