“Data is the lifeblood of all organizations. Being able to trust your data is key to any organization’s success. I work with clients in order to ensure that their data is clean and accurate, enabling them to create informative reports and make the best decisions for achieving their goals.”
Nonprofit organizations face mountains of data. For an organization to succeed in the long term, donor information, volunteer logs, and relationship records cannot be stored in institutional memory or the personal files of development professionals or executives. Organizations need accessible, transparent data management solutions, and that’s where Michael Furlong excels. He enjoys opportunities to:
Michael works with clients to build the data management systems they need, maximize the tools they already have, and ensure that the right people can get the right information with just a few clicks.
Michael joined Campbell & Company following a 13-year career in data management with JP Morgan Chase in Chicago. Most recently, Michael served as an Oracle Database administrator in the Asset Management Division of JPM, managing highly transactional systems as well as data warehouse systems. Earlier, he project managed and created custom scripts for data retrieval and updates across multiple servers for more than 80 databases in the Defined Benefits arm of the company. Prior to that, as a Programmer/Analyst, Michael created and managed internal software, worked with clients to clean and organize data, and created custom programs for data access across systems.
Michael holds a B.A. in Marketing from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, with a minor in Philosophy, and he is Blackbaud certified in Raiser’s Edge.
Information Services and Data Management