As the Director of Development for The Resolution Project, Nora leads all fundraising efforts to further their mission to catalyze action in young people, providing them resources and support to address pressing challenges through social entrepreneurship.
Nora is a philanthropic professional with over 20 years of experience in all facets of development and philanthropy. She has expertise in philanthropic operations including strategic planning, stewardship, major gifts, special events, individual and institutional prospect research, grantmaking strategy, and corporate and foundation funding. She also has experience conducting capital and annual campaigns with demonstrated success working with key stakeholders including Board leadership, senior staff, benefactors, and corporate and foundation partners to develop and implement strategic goals.
Nora joined Resolution after over nine years in the Office of Development at Montefiore, the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Prior to joining Montefiore, Nora spent over ten years at Changing Our World, Inc., an organization that provides philanthropic and fundraising consulting services. She has also been the Director of The Campbell Family Foundation since 2000 where she helps guide the design, articulation, and execution of the grantmaking strategy and goals.
Nora has written and spoken about philanthropy and fundraising, including writing a chapter titled, The Influence of Women Philanthropists in Mapping the New World of American Philanthropy: Causes and Consequences of the Transfer of Wealth by Susan U. Raymond, PhD. and Mary Beth Martin, Esq. and speaking at the Anima Leadership Conference.
Nora received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology-Based Human Relations from Connecticut College.