JUSTIN P CLARK has over a dozen years of nonprofit and fundraising experience, with expertise in online fundraising, finding sources of income, email communication strategy, relationship management, and data management. Justin concentrates on developing or assessing current income development plans by investigating new funding strategies, developing corporate or grant funding pipelines, and integrating fundraising messages into website, email, and social media communication. Justin also helps nonprofit organizations assess their data management needs and intended outcomes so that they can make informed decisions that produce effective and efficient communication.
Prior to starting Social Change Consulting, Justin worked as a Community Income Director at the American Cancer Society and was responsible for multi-year income strategies for five business units generating $2.65 million in annual revenue. When he’s not trying to save the world, Justin is likely watching his beloved Los Angeles Clippers.
NIKI KIDD has a great deal of experience maximizing the effectiveness of online fundraising campaigns, social media & web development, audience research, and email marketing. Niki specializes in developing communication and marketing strategies that integrate program information, income development, and content curation into cohesive and organized messages for website, email, and social media use. Niki helps nonprofits better understand their current and potential audience to craft compelling communication that best illustrates the organization’s story.
Before starting Social Change Consulting, Niki provided operational support for the YouTube Global Content Partnerships Team, learning tools and strategies that are helpful for nonprofits. Prior to that experience she worked as a Special Events Manager at the American Cancer Society managing the email marketing, logistics, and social media for several successful projects. A Communications graduate from UCLA, Niki is currently pursuing her MBA at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.