Mark D. Kelleher
Mark brings over 30 years of experience to The Phoenix Philanthropy Group, consulting with universities, medical centers and other nonprofit organizations to help expand resources, advocacy and community engagement, operational capacity, and management effectiveness. He specializes in fundraising and campaign strategy and management; corporate and foundation relations, including industry partnerships and grant writing; interim management; and launching and expanding new organizations, and new programs within organizations. He also offers extensive experience in Advancement Services, including data and operations management; and prospect identification, qualification, and management. Mark’s career highlights include: associate vice president and executive director of development and campaign operations for San Francisco State University; corporate and foundation relations director for the University of California San Francisco; regional development director for U.C. Berkeley; class reunions development officer for Harvard Law School; and he served as a development officer and admissions officer for Boston University.
Volunteer Highlights (past & present): Academy of Friends, Strut, Plan C San Francisco; SF SafeHouse, UCSF Tobacco Research and Education Center, and WiRED International.