I believe fundraising is, at its core, about relationships and giving individuals a vehicle to engage with an organization’s mission. It is both humbling and inspiring to know the work CCS does is serving a greater purpose and we are facilitating positive change and achieving real results for our clients.

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Sarah is passionate about empowering nonprofits with the knowledge, expertise, and resources necessary to elevate their philanthropy. She is committed to helping organizations live up to their desire to make the world a better place. She believes that fundraising activities should be designed to cultivate meaningful and lasting relationships with donors, with the end goal to build sustainable funding solutions for organizations.

A marketing and development executive for over 25 years, Sarah has direct and deep experience in all facets of fundraising, including major gift strategies, capital campaigns, feasibility studies, volunteer engagement, donor relations, board development, cultivation events, and corporate partnerships. An adaptable and enthusiastic problem solver, she has built a strong reputation using creative strategies and leveraging opportunities.

Sarah is inspired by the nonprofit sector and motivated by the intellectual curiosity and creativity of those with whom she works. For play, Sarah can be found exploring and enjoying the outdoors no matter the weather.

Sarah earned an MA in Philanthropic Studies from the School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, an M Ed in Mental Health Counseling from Cambridge College, and a BA in Business Management from Notre Dame College.

select client partners

  • Archdiocese of Boston
  • Bangor YMCA
  • Bridgton Academy
  • Brigham and Woman’s Hospital
  • Coastal Humane Society
  • Family Services of the Merrimack Valley
  • Home and Hospice Care of Rhode Island
  • Maine Institute for Human Genetics and Health
  • Salem State University
  • St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute
  • The Guidance Center
  • Tree Care Industry Association
  • University of Massachusetts – Lowell
  • WGBH/Nova


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