Cindy Goldberg

Cindy Goldberg has extensive experience in fundraising, board training and corporate event production. For the past 20 years, she has worked with numerous organizations from Jewish nonprofits to charter schools to digital games, to sports philanthropy. She has partnered with local and national organizations to raise over $25 million in donations and grants. Currently Cindy leads a consulting firm focused on providing strategic advisement for clients – nonprofit organizations and philanthropic foundations – who have operating budgets up to $5 million. Smaller organizations compliment her skills, creativity, and expertise. The firm focuses on what she knows best: preparing nonprofit organizations to embrace fundraising and preparing their staff and board members to fundraise.​ Clients include Reconstructing Judaism, Games for Change and E-school for Girls. She is currently a Faculty member of the Sports Impact Leadership Certificate program at Johns Hopkins University. Cindy has held senior development positions with national organizations including Got Your 6, Hadassah, and the Anti-Defamation League. She has also worked with the Beginning with Children Foundation, the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, and Hillels of Broward and Palm Beach. She is a former Faculty member of the George Washington University’s Sports Philanthropy Executive Certificate Program. Cindy holds a bachelor’ s degree from the University of Florida where she was a member of Florida Blue Key. Cindy is a former board member of Whole World Theater in Atlanta, Georgia and A More Perfect Union, in New York City. In addition to nonprofit consulting, Cindy has a personal shopping and concierge business. Let’s meet in your closet.

Describe the Impact of a Project you’re focused on.

As a part of the Sports Impact Leadership Certificate (SILC) program, an unparalleled virtual training program at the intersection of sports and philanthropy at the Johns Hopkins University, I feel I am making an impact on how sport-based organizations strategize their fundraising processes and how charitable giving institutions think about how they make contributions.

What results do you hope for when the impact is amplified?

I hope sport-based organizations and charitable giving institutions will create a bigger impact in this special sector.

What do you have to offer as a connector? What can you give as expertise to others?

I'm a listener and question asker. I find these helpful as a connector.
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