Kristin Romaine, MBA- Nonprofit Management
Development Director, Vertue Lab (Portland, OR) National Trainer, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy
Kristin is an innovator and disruptor whose nonprofit work has always intersected with the innovation community. Described as a “social impact artist” Kristin started her first nonprofit at the age of 22 and has formed several nonprofits and a statewide coalition on gender based programming . Kristin has learned to apply creativity, strategy and startup innovation practices to organizations all over the world. She received her MBA in Nonprofit Management from Regis University in 2003, but as a lifelong learner her training tool box includes a background in Lifestyle Design at Stanford University, Mindfulness Training at Google, Strategic Planning at the Institute for Cultural Affairs, Facilitation practices from Bath Kanter and Lego Serious Play. She has raised over $75 million dollars for local, national and global organizations. In her current role as Development Director at Vertue Lab, Kristin is developing a $5 million dollar fund to provide seed funding to accelerate the development of clean technologies to impact climate change and support the green economy. Kristin is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and the NWPGRT. In her free time, Kristin enjoys creative writing, art and live music, and volunteering for international and refugee causes. Her family is on a mission is to #scatterjoy to the world.
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