As Development Director, Maggie leads capitalization strategy and is responsible for developing and maintaining the funding and financial partnerships that enable Craft3 to deliver on its mission. She has over 10 years of fundraising experience and has secured more than $400 million in financial resources for Craft3. Maggie is passionate about every aspect of her work, but when pressed to pick one, she says she gets great satisfaction from “cultivating and managing new and long-standing partnerships with mission-aligned investors to support positive outcomes in the communities we serve.”
Maggie is active in the Bend community, where she lives and works, and currently serves on the Deschutes County Planning Commission and the Leadership Bend Alumni Association Steering Committee. In the past she has also volunteered with nonprofit organizations focused on local food and agriculture, leadership development, and hospice and palliative care.
Maggie joined Craft3 in 2007. Prior to that she worked predominantly with nonprofit organizations focused on natural resource management and conservation. She earned a BA in Psychology from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City, and a Masters of Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia. As an outdoor and nature enthusiast, Maggie enjoys getting outside and traveling with her husband, son and dog and has visited all 50 states and seven countries.