Christina Yoon, PhD

Vice President

Lots of consultants understand the mechanics of fundraising, but my interpersonal skills and broad range of experience sets me apart. Through working with world-class academic institutions, membership-based organizations and community-based nonprofits over the past twelve years, I have learned that a strong consultant-client partnership and clarity of expectations are the make-or-break factors to a successful engagement. I help organizations embrace and nurture a culture of philanthropy and raise the necessary resources to fulfill their mission.

Recent Clients Served


  • Children's Science Center
  • Electrochemical Society
  • Fanconi Anemia Research Fund
  • Providence Health Foundation
  • St. John's College High School
  • St. Paul's School
  • The Seven Hills School
  • The Children's Inn at NIH

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Healthcare, education, fund development planning, governance, strategic planning 

ABOUT CHRISTINA YOON

Christina “Tina” Yoon is a dedicated nonprofit professional who uses her broad experience when advising clients, while bringing a fresh perspective to each engagement. She listens carefully to her clients’ needs and develops a customized solution. Working closely with organizations’ board, staff, and volunteers, Tina uses a collaborative and inclusive approach to help everyone on the team understand their role in the development process and motivate each person to want to succeed. In her client work, Tina most values opportunities to:

  • Guide organizations in developing a culture of philanthropy
  • Provide realistic assessments of organizational strengths and challenges
  • Advise on setting priorities and how to appropriately sequence fund development activities
  • Help clients establish systems and procedures to support fund development
  • Provide accountability, encouragement and gentle pressure when needed
  • Shepherd board and staff along the exciting path to sustainable fund development

Tina began her career in development by serving as a Senior Liaison Officer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Office of Corporate Relations and as a Development Officer for a capital campaign that led to a $100 million gift to establish The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT. Originally educated as a scientist, she worked as a researcher at Pfizer for several years before fully realizing her passion for working with mission-driven nonprofit organizations.

Prior to coming to Campbell & Company, Tina was an independent consultant for six years, advising clients such as Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston University School of Public Health, and American Venous Forum in Boston, and Friends of the National Library of Medicine and the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC.

Tina serves on the Board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) DC Chapter and is a member of the AFP International I.D.E.A. (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) Committee, Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy and the Council of Korean Americans, an organization she helped found. She is a seasoned speaker and workshop facilitator on a variety of fundraising topics. Tina obtained a B.S. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry with distinction, cum laude, from Yale and a Ph.D. in Biology from MIT as a National Science Foundation Pre-doctoral Fellow.