Do you feel bogged down by the day-to-day routine? Do you feel that you could – and should be doing more to benefit for your community? Are you ready to reconnect with the things that first got you excited about the work that you’re doing – and raise the money you need for your cause?
- Learn a process for you – and your board – to start moving forward again
- Identify your compelling cause
- Find creative ways to reach out and involve more people in your mission
Kirsten Bullock, CFRE, MBA is a nonprofit coach who works with entrepreneurial nonprofit leaders to help them involve more people in their organizations and raise the money they need. She earned her designation as a Certified Fund Raising Executive in 2002.
Since 1995, Kirsten has worked with health care organizations, social service providers, national and local ministries, and international membership associations. These have included organizations such as AIDS Interfaith Ministries of Kentuckiana, Presbyterian Women National Offices, Community Health Centers, Inc. and the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation.
Kirsten is currently serving as president of the Association for Fundraising Professionals Greater Louisville Chapter. She is an AFP Master Trainer and has presented for the Indiana Library Federation, Business First (Louisville), Kairos Prison Ministry International, Steward’s Staff and Boys and Girls Clubs of America. In addition, she compiles Kirsten’s Fundraising Headlines Blog, authors the Growing Your Donors blog and is a contributing blogger for SOFII (The Showcase of Fundraising Innovation and Inspiration).
Kirsten is a licensed fund raising consultant in Kentucky. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Master’s of Business Administration. When not working to equip and empower people in the nonprofit sector, Kirsten sculpts, is attempting to learn to speak Danish and enjoys living in the Highlands in Louisville, Kentucky with her husband Rob.
Bullock Consulting, Inc. was launched in 2008 with the goal of helping small and mid-sized nonprofits learn and adopt the strategies used by large organizations in a way that was authentic and achievable. This is accomplished primarily through coaching and training programs.