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Episode 48 - The Ins and Outs of Shelter / Funder Relations Part II

People Are Animals Too, Darnit!

Release Date: 02/17/2021

Episode 52 - Compassion Fatigue with Jen Blough show art Episode 52 - Compassion Fatigue with Jen Blough

People Are Animals Too, Darnit!

Jennifer Blough (rhymes with plow) is a licensed professional counselor who is certified in compassion fatigue, pet loss grief, and trauma. She is the owner of Deepwater Counseling and The Compassion Fatigue Couch. Jennifer is also the author of . As a vegan and former shelter worker and animal control officer, Jen has an extensive background in animal welfare and animal rights, and is passionate about helping those who love, care for, and work to protect animals. Contact info: [email protected]

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Episode 48 - The Ins and Outs of Shelter / Funder Relations Part II show art Episode 48 - The Ins and Outs of Shelter / Funder Relations Part II

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Jessica Martin has dedicated nearly three decades to helping children, families, and animals in need. She has become exceptionally skilled in organizational planning, philanthropic strategy and system development, nonprofit policy, technical writing, grants management, and major gifts programs. For many years, Jessica served as the Director of Foundation Giving and Major Gifts at one of the nation’s largest children’s hospitals. With her leadership, the department achieved a historical $118 million in philanthropic revenue with nearly $36 million in new grants. Her...

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Jessica Martin has dedicated nearly three decades to helping children, families, and animals in need. She has become exceptionally skilled in organizational planning, philanthropic strategy and system development, nonprofit policy, technical writing, grants management, and major gifts programs. For many years, Jessica served as the Director of Foundation Giving and Major Gifts at one of the nation’s largest children’s hospitals. With her leadership, the department achieved a historical $118 million in philanthropic revenue with nearly $36 million in new grants. Her...

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Jessica Martin has dedicated nearly three decades to helping
children, families, and animals in need. She has become
exceptionally skilled in organizational planning, philanthropic
strategy and system development, nonprofit policy, technical
writing, grants management, and major gifts programs.

For many years, Jessica served as the Director of Foundation Giving and Major Gifts at one of the nation’s largest children’s hospitals. With her leadership, the department achieved a historical $118 million in philanthropic revenue with nearly $36 million in new grants.
Her experience also includes directing the fund development efforts of a nationwide nonprofit dedicated to victims of child abuse and neglect, as well as an organizational restructure. There, she secured national public, private and government funding, successfully increasing revenue by 300% in her first two years.

Jessica joins Mandy to discuss shelter / funder relations in this two-part series.