Our nonprofit partners provide critical services to build and maintain thriving communities. Through my work at CCS, I’m grateful for the opportunity to partner with our client and community leaders to advance growth, change, and the public good.

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Becky Kiely is a Senior Vice President with the Central United States team at CCS Fundraising. Since joining the firm in 2018, she has worked across sectors to direct campaigns from $6M – $225M and collaborate with teams to support high level development strategy and operations. Becky has expertise in major gifts, case development, gift officer training, and volunteer engagement. She brings a care for relationship management, focused attention to detail, and a mission-oriented mindset to every client engagement.

Within CCS, Becky is passionate about building an inclusive team and developing diverse talent. She supports recruitment and leadership development both within the Central US team and across the firm.

Becky lives in Chicago, where she serves on the Board of Directors for Green City Market, Chicago’s largest, year-round sustainable farmers market. She is also an MBA candidate in the Baumhart Scholars Program at Loyola University Chicago – a selective program within Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business that prepares leaders from the private, government, and social sectors to thrive at the intersection of profit and purpose. Becky is originally from South Jersey, and she earned her bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University.

select client partners

  • Froedtert Hospital & Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Greater Cleveland Food Bank
  • Harris Theater
  • Northwestern Memorial Foundation
  • Versiti Blood Research Institute
  • University of Texas at Arlington


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