In the unprecedented time, we encourage you to join us as Jim Moody, Program Manager with the Edyth Bush Institute at Rollins College shares practical ways to increase revenue for your nonprofit organization. In this collaborative session, Jim will share how the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed fundraising strategy and offer techniques relevant today to systematically increase both cash on hand and future commitments.
Whether your organization is considering a strategic alliance, ready to take funding to the next level or would just like ‘nuggets’ of information to take away, we encourage you to join us for this interactive session! Thank you to our Chapter Meeting Sponsor!
Jim Moody, M.A. is an accomplished nonprofit leader driven to create sustainable impact in the nonprofit sector. A seasoned executive and consultant serving the southeast region, Moody is currently a Program Manager at the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership in Winter Park, Florida.
Moody has a reputation for exceeding expectations while managing fund development, operational strategy and training solutions. Over his thirteen-year nonprofit career, Moody has consistently used a collaborative approach, driving impact with constituencies in the health, disability and education sectors. Moody offers specialized expertise in executive leadership, fundraising, governance and strategy.
Known for discretion and uncompromised judgement, Moody earned a graduate degree from Northeastern Seminary. He received undergraduate diplomas from Johnson & Wales University and Springfield College. Moody also completed a Professional Development Experience at Cornell University and earned a Certificate in Proposal Writing from the Edyth Bush Institute at Rollins College.
Moody is an active public servant, serving on the board of directors at the Center for Independent Living in Orlando and the Central Florida Dreamplex. Moody is a tireless advocate for quality education, services to persons with disabilities and impoverished families.