Kirsten Boyce

Senior Consultant, Fundraising

I bring each of my clients an extensive array of fundraising skills and experience, including an understanding of corporate philanthropy.

Recent Clients Served

  • AARP Public Policy Institute
  • Chicago Children’s Museum
  • International Crane Foundation
  • Lakeview Pantry
  • Linda Hall Library
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Northwest Community Hospital Foundation
  • Planned Parenthood
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • St. John’s College
  • St. John’s College High School
  • Urban Community School
  • Yellowstone Forever


Higher Education Philanthropy, Alumni Relations/Membership Programs


Kirsten Boyce brings several years of experience in the consulting and nonprofit sector to Campbell & Company. Based in the Chicago office, Kirsten builds a strong partnership with each client, creating a positive and proactive environment. She also serves on the firm's DEIA (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access) Council.

In her client work, Kirsten’s ability to understand each client’s culture and goals helps her manage projects and see campaign planning studies, development assessments, and other projects through to fruition. Kirsten looks for ways to:

  • Work with clients to develop winning gift strategies
  • Create effective partnerships between board members and staff
  • Help clients establish appropriate performance metrics
  • Develop innovative strategies to address organizational and philanthropic needs

Kirsten came to Campbell & Company from Georgetown University, where she worked closely with the Alumni Association and Board of Governors as the liaison to the Finance Committee. As part of her role, Kirsten oversaw the brand management of the Association, implemented the 2010-2015 Strategic Plan, and managed the royalty relationships for the Association.

Prior to Georgetown, Kirsten worked at Orr Associates, Inc., a Washington, DC-based consulting firm to nonprofit organizations. At Orr Associates, Kirsten assisted her clients with fundraising strategy and implementation, organizational development, strategic planning, and event management. Her clients included The Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities, United Cerebral Palsy, Washington Area Women’s Foundation, and Youth, I.N.C. (Improving Nonprofits for Children).

In addition to her professional experience, Kirsten is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and volunteers mentoring refugee families through RefugeeOne.  Kirsten holds a bachelor’s degree in History from American University in Washington, D.C.