Principal, New York
Senior Associate, New York
Senior Associate, San Francisco
Senior Associate, Marketing
Phyllis D. Giller
Senior Associate, Public Relations
Director, Media Relations
Associate Director, Media Relations
Senior Associate, Production
Senior Associate, New Media
Senior Associate, Survey Research
Senior Associate, Research
Senior Associate, Graphic Design
Senior Associate, Photojournalism
Donna Huron, CFRE
Senior Associate, Capital Development
Senior Associate, Major Gifts, Annual Funds, and Special Events
Senior Associate, Investor Relations
Senior Associate, Advertising
Catherine Clark has more than two decades of experience in “cause,” arts, legal, and medical non-profit organizations in the United States and in Great Britain. She has broad experience in administration, fund-raising, feasibility studies, Board development, solicitor training, and conference and testimonial-dinner management. A regular columnist for Boston-area newspapers for six years, she brings significant writing skills to her development work.
Ms. Clark set up the first formal development office at Waltham Weston Hospital, and has launched planned giving campaigns for three national organizations. A staff accountant, she has a broad knowledge of non-profit administration, tax laws, and the donor stewardship responsibilities of charitable organizations.
For seven years, she was the full-time development director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts. Her consulting work in the U.K. included developing the first-ever direct mail program for the British affiliate of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War the year they won the Nobel Peace Prize, and managing a European conference in London for Council for a Livable World. She is currently the U.S. fund-raising advisor to “Cambridge Quest,” a planned science museum and conference center in Cambridge, England. She also is the consultant development director for Greenwood Music Camp and capital campaign director of Council for a Livable World Education Fund.
A semi-professional musician, she is keenly interested in new music and in music education. She is development committee chairman of the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. She was development director and business manager of the Kodaly Center of America, a music teacher training organization based in Newton, Massachusetts. She has acted as a mentor for young orchestral musicians and currently sings with the Cambridge Madrigal Singers and is violinist with the Ossia Trio.