As a fundraising executive and consultant with 20 years of experience, she has helped organizations around the world to design programs, develop and implement fundraising plans and create strategic partnerships.
Becky’s experience spans numerous arenas in global health and international development, including conflict resolution, malaria prevention and education, maternal health, child survival, sustainable agriculture, and vaccines. She has worked with the senior executives of a wide range of clients —Episcopal Relief and Development, icddr,b, International Food Policy and Research Institute, International Vaccine Institute, and mothers2mothers — managing donor relationships, developing compelling materials for use in cultivation and solicitation, and identifying creative vehicles for awareness raising and donor engagement.
Prior to THINKNMD, Becky served in executive roles in Development Vision, EARTH University Foundation and The Carter Center. In these varied positions, she developed and executed fundraising strategies for all types of donors, led teams, developed boards and organized policy conferences with heads of states, CEOs and policy makers. Over the years her work has led to significant increases by major individual donors and first-time and recurring grants from USAID, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and other donors.
In a volunteer capacity, Becky currently serves on the Advisory Boards of the Middlebury College Center for Social Entrepreneurship and NetsforLife®. From 2000-2002 she was President of the National Middlebury College Alumni Association, which has 25,000 members globally. Becky received an M.B.A. in Finance from the Goizueta Business School of Emory University and a B.A. in Political Science from Middlebury College in Vermont.