“Walking with our clients through complex fundraising problems is rewarding, but preparing those organizations to walk on their own is our greatest work.”
Noah is the kind of person you trust to solve a problem while you step out to make yourself a sandwich. Before coming to Glavin Jacobson Inc., Noah worked as a Japanese translator, video game designer, and ESL teacher. With a background in art, technology, and linguistics he feels comfortable talking shop in a wide range of specializations.
Noah applies this variety of experience to a number of specialized roles often missing in small nonprofit organizations. He supports clients in everything from direct mail to prospect research to grant writing. His primary focus is in database management, helping nonprofits interface with their databases to more deeply connect to and understand their donors.
Noah holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington.