“I enjoy using my expertise to help nonprofits maximize their impact by finding new and exciting ways to raise money and grow. I love working with and learning about all the amazing missions and good work people are doing!”
Megan Lencoski joins the Carnegie team as Nonprofit Development Specialist. Megan consults nonprofit clients on how to grow revenue streams and maximize their impact on the people and communities they serve. Megan will start by getting to know nonprofit leaders and their organizations, then meet them where they are with actionable steps. She will provide insights on creative fundraising strategies plus connect nonprofits with specialized tools and resources. In addition, Megan writes articles and other resources sharing best practices and tips to help nonprofits grow and their teams thrive.
Before joining Carnegie, Megan worked nine years as Development Director and Chief Operating Officer at WomenSafe, a nonprofit domestic violence shelter and resource center based in Northeast Ohio. During her time in development leadership, she helped increase special events revenue by 40% and added new revenue streams that increased the agency budget from $1 million to $2 million. Megan continues volunteering with the organization, helping with special events, grant writing and ongoing digital marketing.
Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in international relations from Kent State University. Today, she lives in Chardon, Ohio, but will soon travel the U.S. in her camper!
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