ABOUT ZOEY FERENCZY
As an Associate Consultant, Zoey is delighted for the opportunity to partner with organizations pursuing their missions and unified by a shared commitment to our communities. Her professional career in the nonprofit sector is inspired by the passion and generosity consistently demonstrated by its leaders, volunteers and dedicated supporters. She looks forward to joining her clients in the difficult but ultimately rewarding process of unlocking their fundraising potential and advancing through the various stages of their organizational development.
Prior to joining Campbell and Company, Zoey served as an Americorps VISTA with Helping Hands Food Bank of Sedro-Woolley. After her year of service, she was promoted to Program and Development Coordinator. During her two year tenure, she helped successfully launch a weekend backpack program in rural Skagit County, instituted stewardship strategies to cultivate genuine community relationships, and established best practices in donor information management to track key development metrics. In 2016, she had the privilege of joining Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA)’s development team. In her capacity as Individual Giving Coordinator, she strengthened donor relations by implementing effective stewardship and cultivation activities, meaningfully engaging passionate volunteers, and spearheading various fundraising efforts.
Zoey holds a B.A in Cultural Anthropology from Western Washington University. In June 2018, she completed Seattle University’s Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Fundraising.