Millennials are perceived to be one of the most cause-driven and socially-motivated generations. The give back differently and engage in causes in ways that previous generations haven't. What does this mean for the mid-term and long-term development strategies of today's nonprofit?
Janet has worked in the nonprofit and educational sectors since 1988, beginning her career at USC. Prior to starting her consultancy, she was VP of University Advancement at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Other positions included Dean for External Relations at Pasadena City College, Executive Director of the Foundation at El Camino College and development positions at the American Film Institute, the University of Oregon and the Reason Foundation. In addition to consulting for a wide variety of nonprofit and educational organizations, she regularly teaches courses in non-profit management, fundraising and grant development, both face-to-face and online.
In her for-profit life, she was an magazine editor and writer, insurance broker, and owner of a graphic arts company. She earned an MBA from the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University.