I valued my work with Penny because her approach to philanthropy is about genuine connection of donors to the cause of the organization. Her insight and observations were an important resource to me as we move our fundraising from transactional to interactional. As a result, we are more successful, but, more importantly, we are more true to our mission.
Penny worked with me over several months as a coach and thought partner. She is extraordinary. Her years of experience in the field of philanthropy allowed her to support the development of my thinking to create a philanthropic program for the Gestalt International Study Center….not an easy thing to create. I deeply appreciate her boundless energy, thoughtful questions and encouragement.
I admire Penny’s ability to listen, to synthesize and to create clarity and a sense of direction in complicated situations laden with tricky interpersonal dynamics. She brings an admirable enthusiasm and passion to her work.”
It has been a pleasure getting to know and work with Penny over the past couple of months. She is thoughtful, energetic, and passionate about fundraising. She understands how difficult it can be for small non profits, especially in Maine. I value her perspective and know she will be an asset to our organization.
Penny is a joy to work with. Her passion for creating mission-centered, relationship-driven, meaningful fundraising is inspiring. Penny has been a great mentor to me—helping me to better my fundraising career by encouraging me to think about what is at the core of philanthropy: rewarding donor experiences and genuine relationships. Thank you, Penny!
Penny was an absolute pleasure to work with. She presented at our conference and really took the time beforehand to research our organization and customize the presentation to fit our needs. Her valuable insight gave our attendees the takeaways they needed to improve their fundraising capacity and to build relationships with their donors. Her passion and positive attitude are a perfect compliment to such an informative presentation. Thank you, Penny!