Barri joined CCS in 2010, bringing over eight years of experience in not-for-profit law. Barri concentrated on domestic violence, family and immigration issues, as well as corporate litigation and restructuring matters.
At CCS, Barri has counseled clients on planning studies and development assessments, in addition to campaign planning and implementation. Barri has a breadth of sector experience including independent schools, higher education, hospitals and healthcare, advocacy, federated organizations, and cultural institutions.
Fundraising goals under Barri’s purview range from $10 million to $1.2 billion. During Barri’s tenure with CCS, she has led multiple organizations through nationwide planning studies, intensive campaign goal-setting, case development, and pipeline building. Barri advises on the resources needed to build, enhance, and sustain ambitious fundraising goals, such as volunteer leadership structures, staffing requirements, and incorporating critical fundraising tools into everyday practice. She has supported solicitations for high-level corporate, individual, and foundation donors.
Barri received her BA from University of Michigan and her JD from Brooklyn Law School.
Select client Partners
- American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
- American Museum of Natural History
- Baptist Health Foundation
- The Chapin School
- Greenwich Country Day School
- Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States
- Museum of Chinese in America
- NYU Langone Medical Center
- The Spence School
- Sundance Institute
- Trinity University