I strive to build and embrace a culture of philanthropy throughout our society by partnering with nonprofit organizations who create a transformational impact on the world around us.

With a Master’s in Public Service Management at DePaul University and a Bachelor of Arts from Niagara University, Cassie has devoted her career to working with the nonprofit sector with a focus on increasing development efforts. She recognizes that fundraising is evolving; organizations develop new needs and donors bring with them unique passions and interests as the world around us changes. She is energized about leveraging the power of philanthropy to positively impact on our society.

Cassie has supported the fundraising efforts of nonprofit organizations since 2009. During this time, she has given specific focus to advancing the missions of higher education institutions, social service organizations, healthcare associations, and religious entities. Cassie’s areas of expertise include annual giving, campaign planning, donor engagement, staff and leadership training, volunteer management, and strategic planning.

With a vast knowledge and understanding of philanthropy in both annual and major gift solicitations, Cassie has been appointed as a team-wide expert in these fields. She also currently serves on the Writing Center and the Recruitment Team to further elevate the expertise of the Central US Team. Staff members across the firm can tap Cassie as a resource for advice and guidance as they navigate the needs of their respective clients.

select client partners

  • St. Mary’s Residential Training School
  • University of New Orleans
  • American Association of Endodontics Foundation
  • Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church


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University of New Orleans

Central U.S.

CCS partnered with the University of New Orleans (UNO) to plan for and successfully manage the initial phases of its first-ever comprehensive campaign, even amid the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.