Jessica joined CCS in 2015 and has over 17 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising management and consulting. She has developed holistic fundraising and development strategies for a wide range of clients using advanced analytics. Jessica leverages qualitative and quantitative data to deliver unique insights and tailored solutions for clients.
She has held leadership roles in Annual and Major Giving, Donor Relations, Event Planning, and Data Analytics. She is currently the Assistant Vice President, Data Analytics. In her role she helps clients define, build, and implement fundraising strategies. Jessica serves as a project manager and advanced analytics subject matter expert for directors and executives.
Jessica has worked with so many outstanding clients all over the world. Since her time at CCS, Jessica has worked with over 400 clients to effectively utilize data analytics for strategic fundraising.
Development is a career path she has chosen to follow since college. She worked her way up from a student caller and manager at Binghamton University. Prior to working at CCS, she was a Director of Development for Columbia University. In this position she provided leadership and direction in the preparation and implementation of yearly program plans as well as outlined plans to increase effectiveness and cost efficiency. She was also responsible for soliciting five and six figure gifts.
Prior to Columbia, she was the Assistant Director of Annual Giving at Fordham University where she oversaw all aspects of the Annual Fund for over 120,000 alumni. This included administering a $1 million telemarketing program and managing reunion and Senior Class Gift committees.
Jessica holds an M.S. in Nonprofit & Fundraising Management from Columbia University. She has a B.S. in Management, with concentrations in Marketing and Consulting & Organizational Leadership, from Binghamton University.
Jessica resides in Queens, NY with her husband and six-year-old son. When she isn’t working, you can catch her playing basketball or dancing.