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Membership Peer Community: 11/12/24

Tuesday, November 12, 2024
3:00PM - 4:00PM EST

Zoom Meeting

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Join your peers at PSOs in membership roles for a discussion to share your latest successes, tackle problems, and provide insight. 

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A headshot of Craig Weinrich, Director of Member Services at Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

Craig Weinrich

Director of Member Services

Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

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Craig Weinrich serves as the Director of Member Services at CNJG, where he helps to recruit, retain, and engage members. Additionally, he serves as the Sal...
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A headshot of Craig Weinrich, Director of Member Services at Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

Craig Weinrich

Director of Member Services

Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

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Craig Weinrich serves as the Director of Member Services at CNJG, where he helps to recruit, retain, and engage members. Additionally, he serves as the Salesforce database administrator, organizes most communications, wrote and designed the recent Salary and Benefits Report, and along with our webmaster, maintains the website. Craig discovered the nonprofit sector through an intense desire to avoid working in the dining hall during his sophomore year at Dickinson College. Interning with the Eaken Piano Trio, artists-in-residence at Dickinson, introduced him to the many meaningful positions in the music industry that are not performance-oriented. From there, he served as Development Directors for the Delaware Symphony (promoted from Development Assistant) and Springfield (MA) Symphony Orchestras, where he could even be found clad in the costume of their newly-created penguin mascot! Craig then moved to the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, a membership association of nonprofits in the New York City area, serving as their Membership, Outreach and IT Director for nine years. While at NPCC, he earned a nonprofit management certificate from Baruch College through the United Way Nonprofit Leadership Institute. Prior to joining CNJG, Craig served as the Membership Director for the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations. At each organization, Craig has served as the “accidental techie.” Craig is happy to back in New Jersey for his third tenure. He grew up in Madison, lived in Bloomfield while working at NPCC, and now resides in Hamilton. He serving for a second time on Council at Living Waters Lutheran Church in Ringoes; graduated from Lead NJ in 2015 (go Green!); and in July, 2018, married Kacy O’Brien. In 2022, he was appointed to serve on the Governor’s Council on Volunteerism and Community Service.
A headshot of Claudia Williams, Director of Membership and Development at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Claudia Williams

Director of Membership and Development

Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

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Claudia is Director of Membership and Development at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, in this role she oversees membership recruitment and fundrais...
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A headshot of Claudia Williams, Director of Membership and Development at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Claudia Williams

Director of Membership and Development

Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

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Claudia is Director of Membership and Development at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, in this role she oversees membership recruitment and fundraising efforts to achieve GEO’s mission of transforming philanthropy in service of nonprofits and communities. In her previous role as a fundraising consultant, Claudia supported nonprofit organizations from the environmental, faith, education, human services, and healthcare sectors to reach their fundraising goals for transformational impact. Before her time in fundraising, Claudia led grantmaking portfolios at a Women’s Fund to resource organizations supporting survivors of violence and youth of color. In this role, she nurtured opportunities to support positive systemic change and collaborated with other funders in the region to increase aligned giving to women and girls of color. She also conducted research related to women’s economic security to reveal insights that drove policy action at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. Currently residing in DC, Claudia is an immigrant from Mexico and serves on the board of Aspire! Afterschool Learning so more immigrant children can overcome the opportunity gap and succeed in school. She was a 2019 Hispanics in Philanthropy Líderes Fellow and a 2021 Equity in Philanthropy Fellow.

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