This month, we are excited to welcome Katherine Sammons, a new Program Associate on the Project Team at GlobalGiving! Katherine just recently joined GlobalGiving full time after several months of interning with GlobalGiving this past summer. She comes to us with a Masters in Social Work from Boston College. Over the past several years, Katherine has worked for organizations here in the U.S. and overseas, including the Jesuit Refugee Service and SEIU.
We’re excited to have you on the team, Katherine!
Now that we have this exciting new addition on our team, we’d like to pause to introduce you to the entire team and to share a little bit about the work we each do here at GlobalGiving!
If you’re currently a partner of GlobalGiving, you should get to know…
Alexis also manages the In the Field Program, which sends well-qualified interns and volunteers to visit GlobalGiving’s partners overseas.
Katherine is here to help you with your questions about tools, promotions, and trainings on GlobalGiving.
Britt oversees GlobalGiving’s relationships with and services for current partners. She is in charge of GlobalGiving’s disaster response and she manages the Storytelling Project, an experiment in building community feedback loops.
If your organization joined GlobalGiving through an Open Challenge, you’ve probably worked with…
Manmeet oversees GlobalGiving’s Open Challenges, including the due diligence process and fundraising training. She also manages relationships with a network of strategic partners.
Sonja manages Open Challenge related communication, training, and customer service. She also manages the due diligence renewal process.
If you follow GlobalGiving’s experiments, you’ve probably heard of…
John oversees the Project Team. He seeks programmatic growth capital and works collaboratively with several platforms for good, while exploring and managing other exciting experiments. He champions GlobalGiving and our partners around the world by speaking at events and identifying new opportunities for collaboration and growth.
Marc implements the Storytelling Project, an experiment in building community feedback loops. He also conducts background checks on hundreds of organizations each year via our due diligence process and field visits and provides fundraising training in East Africa.