Vice President of Client Partnerships
Emily joined the Stott Group in 2017 and has since partnered with dozens of clients and causes, from ending childhood hunger to ensuring equitable and accessible health care. As Vice President of Client Partnerships, Emily manages client engagements across all issue areas and project types, collaborating with every member of our team to ensure alignment and achieve success.
Emily has specialized in the development and execution of multi-million-dollar fundraising campaigns, supported new or evolving development teams with the creation and implementation of foundational fundraising and moves management processes, and maximized board or third-party leadership for fundraising success. In addition to deep knowledge of portfolio and relationship management, Emily brings focus and discipline to fundraising, layering tailored strategies with best practices and scalable systems to make development teams smarter and more effective.
Drawing on previous fundraising positions at Share Our Strength and EMILY’s List, Emily brings a breadth of nonprofit fundraising experience that spans from managing relationships with high-net-worth individuals and foundations to building strategic engagement plans and long-term development strategies.
In addition to supporting many amazing nonprofit organizations through her professional work, Emily serves on the Board of Directors for Girls on the Run-DC in a personal capacity. She graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. A Baltimore native, Emily now lives with her family in Washington, DC, where she spends her free time reading, running, and chasing her very busy toddler around the neighborhood.
Why I Do This Work
The most meaningful role I can play in addressing the immense need and inequity in our world is to connect nonprofit and advocacy organizations with the resources they need to be successful. I’m driven by the opportunity to dig deep in new issue areas, connect with leaders and funders, and help to discern and advance the many small actions that accumulate to long-term impact.