Board, Fitz Team, Nonprofit Education, Uncategorized

Meet Hannah Berger, Fitz’s Senior Consultant

Hannah Berger, M.P.A, began working with Fitz Nonprofit Consulting in the spring of 2016. Since then, she has become an invaluable member of the Fitz Team and my "partner-in-fundraising-crime". Hannah's specialty is as a philanthropy coach to nonprofit staff and board leaders. She pulls on her incredible experience and expertise in working with major donors… Continue reading Meet Hannah Berger, Fitz’s Senior Consultant

Board, Nonprofit Education, Speaking Engagements

Special Workshop: Board Management

Join Fitz Nonprofit Consulting's Senior Consultant, Hannah Berger, as she talks about Managing Up: Secrets to Stellar Board Engagement at The Hive at the Leichtag Commons on January 17, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am. Cost is $18 (includes lunch)! Sign up here! Details below. As a professional in the charitable sector, chances are you have big goals,… Continue reading Special Workshop: Board Management

Board, Capital Campaigns

The Leaders Behind the Library

Volunteer Leadership takes many different forms during a campaign. The San Diego Public Library raised an astonishing total of $185 million. At the time, it was the largest Library campaign in the history of libraries. Although much talked about What you may not know is that $20 Million of that total was raised in the… Continue reading The Leaders Behind the Library


October 14 seminar: How to Get Your Board “On Board”

I am excited to be leading this seminar on How to Get Your Board "On Board" graciously hosted by Cavignac & Associates Insurance Brokers… which means they are making it free to YOU!! This seminar is for you if you can answer “yes” to any of the following questions: Do your board meetings run for… Continue reading October 14 seminar: How to Get Your Board “On Board”


“Volun-told”: Shaming your board members into fundraising for your organization

Recently, I attended a committee meeting of a nonprofit because I was interested in getting more involved and helping the organization, but wasn’t sure exactly where I wanted to give my passion within the organization and how I wanted to serve.   Although I had to leave the meeting early in order to see a… Continue reading “Volun-told”: Shaming your board members into fundraising for your organization