“We partner with nonprofit leaders at pivotal moments. Our clients want to take their organizations to the next level, make game-changing investments in their communities, or tackle a major societal challenge. There are few places like CCS where you work every day with people who are not only ambitious, but who are also absolutely committed to doing something for the greater good.”
Sarah’s diverse client engagements have spanned multiple sectors and regions. She has advised clients in Illinois, Colorado, California, Oregon, and Texas as they pursued extraordinary capital campaigns and developed new major gift programs. Sarah also chairs the Thought Leadership group out of the firm’s San Francisco office, an initiative designed to apply CCS best practices to the next big questions in philanthropy.
Prior to joining CCS, Sarah managed and consulted for more than 20 local, state, and federal political fundraising programs in Wisconsin and Los Angeles. Sarah is currently a board member of the New Leaders Council in Sacramento, a nonpartisan nonprofit that trains millennial leaders in political advocacy, organizing, fundraising, and entrepreneurship. She is also a nonprofit coach for Social Venture Partners of Sacramento.
- Archdiocese of Denver
- Crocker Art Museum
- Bay Area Discovery Museum
- Notre Dame High School
- Antioch University
- Willamette University
- Joan of Arc School and Church