John Mullaney is a nonprofit executive with over 20 years of experience helping diverse organizations craft, articulate, and implement their missions. John has guided a variety of foundations, nonprofits, and government agencies to address larger and often more complex policy issues, as well as their sustainable impact on communities. Over the course of his storied career, John has worked in the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Africa where he held a variety of roles at the Institute for International Development and the Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities at Harvard University, and the Forjar Foundation. He also led SatelLife and the Nord Family Foundation as the Executive Director, and has served on numerous boards working for local and state-wide constituents. John holds a Master of Arts degree from Georgetown University and completed his undergraduate education at Boston College. He is fluent in Spanish.
Fundraising Area of Expertise: Counsel and Support for Philanthropists. He also possesses expertise in Board Training, Management and Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Counsel and Support for Philanthropists, Donor and Constituent Engagement, Interim Program Management, International Fundraising, Project Management, Risk Management and Fundraising Governance.
Sector Experience: Education; Healthcare; Arts & Culture; International Development
John’s fundraising must have: Fundraising must have a genuinely developed mission that impassions people’s most basic instinct to give for the benefit of others.
Contact John at: firstname.lastname@example.org