Since joining CCS in 2014, Griffin has partnered with organizations across various sectors, including religion, healthcare, and education to help clients raise over $500M in capital, research, and programmatic funding.
He has led the design and execution of large-scale fundraising initiatives and has counseled organizations with financial targets ranging from $100K to $250M, providing expertise in various development strategies including: campaign design and planning, principal and major gift strategies, board engagement and growth, development assessments, feasibility and planning studies, grateful patient fundraising, and developing fundraising metrics.
He is a graduate of Colgate University where he oversaw volunteer groups and service opportunities for students as the Associate Director of the Max A Shacknai Center for Outreach, Volunteerism, and Education. Griffin serves on the Executive Committee of the Junior Board of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and volunteers with the Parole Preparation Project, supporting incarcerated people as they prepare for interviews with the parole board.
select client partners
- Archdiocese of Cincinnati
- Archdiocese of New York
- Catholic Near East Welfare Association
- Harrington Discovery Institute
- Hospital for Special Surgery
- Medical Benevolence Foundation
- New York Hall of Science
- New York Institute of Technology
- PEN America
- Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation