My mission is to help people and organizations expand their impact and realize their full potential.

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Juliet is a dynamic fundraising professional with extensive experience working with nonprofits across the United States. She has a proven track record of navigating and solving organizational challenges, fulfilling project goals, and creating a strong culture of philanthropy. Areas of expertise include strategic planning and visioning, feasibility and planning studies, campaign management, major gift fundraising, and institutional partnerships.

Since joining CCS in 2016, Juliet has partnered with both small- and large-scale institutions that transcend sectors. She has designed, advised, and directed fundraising campaigns with revenue goals ranging from $3 million to more than $500 million. She has conducted successful feasibility studies, led organizational assessments, facilitated focus groups with interdisciplinary teams, and worked closely with professional staff and volunteer leadership to set and achieve mission-critical goals.

As Senior Vice President, Juliet is a thought partner on multiple projects and leads some of the firm’s most complex initiatives, currently serving as Director for the Joint Campaign with Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health. In this role, Juliet works with institutional leaders and staff to ensure a coordinated and collaborative approach to fundraising for the unified cancer service line. Key areas of focus include pipeline development, with an emphasis on opportunities for collaborative engagement and coordinated volunteer and grateful patient engagement; case development with shared messaging across partner entities; and operationalizing joint systems and processes designed to support the larger institutional partnership.

In addition to her client responsibilities, Juliet participates in several corporate initiatives and is a mentor to new colleagues. She is the former co-chair of CCS’s internal Healthcare Sector Network and has authored a selection of CCS Insights, including articles focused on building campaign momentum and fundraising best practices.

select client parnters

  • Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, NJ
  • RWJBarnabas Health, NJ
  • UNC Health Foundation, NC
  • Project Sunshine, NY
  • Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), NY
  • The Town School, NY
  • St. Thomas Academy, MN
  • St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation, MO
  • Orpheum Theatre Group, TN
  • St. John the Baptist, OH
  • St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, KY

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Featured Insights

Article

Building Momentum in Challenging Times: How Small Wins Become Big Wins

March 20, 2020

It’s important to remember that campaign success is not only about funds raised, but also about the ongoing accomplishments that keep a development team feeling positive about the direction forward.

Article

Dos and Don’ts of Healthcare Collaborations and Mergers

August 26, 2021

Healthcare mergers are undertaken to create synergies and economies of scale among hospitals and foundations alike by expanding operations and cutting costs. Managing the process effectively can expand the donor pool, attract prominent philanthropic leaders, and encourage larger gifts. Navigating the process to avoid the pitfalls of poor planning, muddled communications, and competitive leadership is the key to success.

Article

Building Momentum: How Small Wins Become Big Wins

September 9, 2020

Your fundraising campaign’s success is not only about funds raised, but also about the ongoing accomplishments that keep your team feeling positive and motivated. Celebrating small wins in fundraising is important for building momentum, instilling confidence, and establishing a successful path forward to reaching your big goals.