The most rewarding part of our work is seeing the impact our clients have on their communities and beyond and being able to serve as a partner to them as they further that impact.

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Courtney Baugh has spent the entirety of her educational and professional careers dedicated to the nonprofit sector. Over the past five years, Courtney has partnered with numerous organizations within the fields of arts and culture, environment, education, and health and human services. Her work often specializes in development strategy, project management, prospect research and management, relationship building, messaging and communications, and data analytics. Within CCS, Courtney serves as a co-chair of the Health Sector Network and previously served as a team representative on the Aspiring Allies Employee Resource Group and a member of the Central US’s DEI Working Group and Writing Centre, amongst others.

Courtney holds a MA in Philanthropic Studies from Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and an MPA in Nonprofit Management from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs. She also earned a Certificate in Fund Raising Management from The Fund Raising School. Courtney currently resides in her hometown of Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Altru Health Foundation
  • Community School
  • Goodwill Industries International
  • Rx Outreach
  • Saint Louis Science Center
  • Thomas Jefferson School
  • Van Wezel Foundation
  • Woman’s Club of Evanston

St. Louis

7733 Forsyth Boulevard, Suite 525
St. Louis, MO 63105

(314) 626-0699



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Chicago, IL 60606

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Featured Projects

Thomas Jefferson School

Central U.S.

CCS partnered with Thomas Jefferson School to launch the school’s first major fundraising campaign. As the COVID-19 pandemic struck, CCS advised Thomas Jefferson on how to address immediate needs, evolve its campaign strategy, and maintain fundraising.

Featured Insights


How Your Healthcare Organization Can Leverage Record High Giving

October 20, 2022

In 2021, the healthcare sector received more philanthropic support than any year in history, with over $40.58 billion raised.