Maggie Weisberg

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    MBA, Nonprofit Management, American Jewish University, Los Angeles, 2010

    B.A., University of Judaism, Los Angeles, 2003

    Maggie Weisberg has nearly 20 years’ experience in the nonprofit sector working with small and large organizations to create strategy, provide direction and build programs and processes to expand community awareness and outreach.

    Currently, Maggie is a Director with the Philanthropy Institute at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and a Senior Growth Advisor with Nonprofit Growth Advisors, a nonprofit consulting firm. She previously held executive positions at the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, American Lung Association, Hadassah, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and American Jewish University where, throughout her career, she has raised more than 30 million dollars.

    Maggie works to build relationships across the spectrum from grassroots initiatives to elite, targeted relationship development and management. Her specialties include executive leadership, organizational efficiency, fund development, staff development and training, cross-functional operations, financial planning, strategic planning, project, program, board, and volunteer management.

    Maggie’s aim is, and always will be, a commitment to building and maintaining collaborations and partnerships benefiting the greater good.