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Interim Executive Director – two years

  • Grew organization on the brink of closing to $458,000 annual budget
  • Built Salesforce database from scratch to 1500
  • Raised $71,757 from two closely linked fundraising activities
  • Received $333,684 in grants

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Interim Development Director – 14 months

  • Increased number tax credit gifts 11% and increase $ tax credit gifts 19% (2017 tax year)
  • Increased 122 new donors in 2018
  • Held organization’s most successful fundraiser to date, netting more than $170,000
  • Revamped website
  • Began social media campaign resulting in 955 Follower growth in first 45 days | 37,909 reach
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Interim Development Director – 7 months

Interim Development Director – 6 months

  • Received more than $500,000 in new funding
  • Wrote and implemented foundation development plan

Interim Grant Manager – four months

  • Wrote eight grants, received three (37%) totaling $190,000
    Total agency budget $12M

Strategic Planning – six months

  • Created new funding opportunity resulting in $60,000 increase
    Total association budget $250,000
“Can I just say, thank you.  I have appreciated you to no end during your time here.  You have set us up in such a thoughtful way. Engagement is in a better place because of your work.”
Mandi Tripoli

Director of Community-Engaged Practices, Mesa Arts Center | Arts in Mind Engagement

“Alisa is full of enthusiasm and showed abundant willingness for the role she performed…she has many wonderful qualities and a savvy skill set.”
Melanie Walton

Event Chair

“Interim EDs are not simply board members or staff who sit in the executive director’s seat for a few weeks or months until a new director is found. Interim EDs are highly skilled managers who temporarily take the helm of an organization (four to eight months on average), help the board and staff address important systems and capacity issues, and lay the groundwork for the permanent leader’s success…”

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