After working in the nonprofit sector for many years, I have a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities that coexist within fundraising work. I help clients craft messages that apply best practices to their areas of greatest need, thereby reaching short-term goals while remaining true to long-term missions.
Recent Clients Served
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago
- BRIDGE Housing
- College of Saint Benedict
- Consumer Technology Association Foundation
- Kentucky Country Day School
- Lawrence University
- Loyola University Chicago
- Moore College of Art and Design
- National Industries for the Blind
- The Nature Conservancy, Illinois
- The Seven Hills School
- St. Francis Xavier School
- St. Paul’s School
ABOUT CHRISTINA BLACK
Christina came to Campbell & Company from the University of Cincinnati (UC), where she served as Assistant Director of the Gen-1 Theme House, a living-learning community that serves first-generation, low-income college students—the first of its kind in the nation. While at UC, Christina gained valuable knowledge in program administration, including development and grant-writing functions. This first-hand experience helps her to better understand—and to better serve—her clients as they navigate the fundraising landscape.
In addition to her work with Gen-1, Christina taught as an adjunct professor with UC’s Department of English and Comparative Literature. Prior to her work at UC, she served for a year with AmeriCorps, helping to establish a college access program for at-risk students within Cincinnati Public Schools.
Christina graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Gender & Diversity Studies from Xavier University, and summa cum laude with a Master of Arts in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from University of Cincinnati.