Kelly Moody

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service

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Kelly Moody is the Executive Director of Global and Provost Initiatives in New York University's Development & Alumni Relations Office. Before joining NYU in 2013, she served as Regional Director for the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where she led a team that covered the Northeastern USA, EMEA and Asia.  Prior to Northwestern, Kelly was Director of Strategic Partnerships at Baruch College.  She developed her fundraising skills at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and earlier at Bard Graduate Center for Studies in Decorative Arts. 

Kelly graduated from NYU with a BA in Art History, and an MA in Art History and Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts.  She also attended the University of Pennsylvania for doctoral studies in the Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World. 

Students will have an opportunity to learn about fundraising, as well as philanthropy more broadly. This introductory course will examine the range of ways to raise funds from government, individuals, foundations and corporations. The importance of stewardship, program evaluation, and the role of the board and staff in developing effective fundraising strategies will be addressed.

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Students will have an opportunity to learn about fundraising, as well as philanthropy more broadly. This introductory course will examine the range of ways to raise funds from government, individuals, foundations and corporations. The importance of stewardship, program evaluation, and the role of the board and staff in developing effective fundraising strategies will be addressed.

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Students will have an opportunity to learn about fundraising, as well as philanthropy more broadly. This introductory course will examine the range of ways to raise funds from government, individuals, foundations and corporations. The importance of stewardship, program evaluation, and the role of the board and staff in developing effective fundraising strategies will be addressed.

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Students will have an opportunity to learn about fundraising, as well as philanthropy more broadly. This introductory course will examine the range of ways to raise funds from government, individuals, foundations and corporations. The importance of stewardship, program evaluation, and the role of the board and staff in developing effective fundraising strategies will be addressed.

Download Syllabus

Students will have an opportunity to learn about fundraising, as well as philanthropy more broadly. This introductory course will examine the range of ways to raise funds from government, individuals, foundations and corporations. The importance of stewardship, program evaluation, and the role of the board and staff in developing effective fundraising strategies will be addressed.

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