Global Appoints New Senior Consultant and Opens 8th Office in Moncton

Global Philanthropic is pleased to announce the appointment of Danielle Boucher, MA, as its newest Senior Consultant, and member of the Global Philanthropic Canada team.

Guy Mallabone, President and CEO of Global Philanthropic Canada comments:

“I’m thrilled to have Danielle join our team, and I’m pumped to open our first office in Atlantic Canada.  It’s important to find the right kind of person to join our team on the East Coast – – someone from the area who knows the culture and landscape.   I’m delighted that we took our time to find Danielle – – she’s exactly the type of consultant our firm is known for – – a strong, collaborative and resourceful team builder, with proven and practical success.  And opening an office in Atlantic Canada is a signal to the community that we are fully national firm, with plans to grow and support the local Atlantic economy.”

Danielle is an enterprising, strategic and dynamic bilingual fund development professional skilled at building relationships and securing opportunities for a wide range of projects and partnerships. She has worked in various capacities within the not for profit sector, and her experience ranges from major gift strategy development, campaign management, small-shop fundraising, donor/prospect and stakeholder identification, cultivation and stewardship to grant writing and proposal development.

Danielle has a B.A. in linguistics and psychology from the University of Moncton, and a Masters of Arts in Curatorial Studies (Museology) from the University of Montreal. Following her education Danielle provided development support to the cultural sector including the Museum of Nature and Sciences (Sherbrooke, PQ), the Moncton Museum, and the McCord Museum (Montreal, PQ). Continuing with her career, she provided major gift expertise to the healthcare and social services sectors, including senior positions with the Royal Victoria Hospital Foundation (Montreal, PQ), the Moncton Hospital Foundation, and the Canadian Cancer Society.

“I’m thrilled to join a strong team of professionals, and it gives me great joy to be part of of a national firm, growing and representing all regions of our country, and areas of expertise in fund development.  I firmly believe that what we do matters, and that all of our efforts and exchanges in the marketplace need to be sincere. It’s so good to find a team that shares my beliefs and I look forward to working with bringing new solutions to the non-profit community.”

Danielle is native to Moncton, and leads an active life which revolves around her two children and a close network of family and friends.