Tiffany Neill balances empathy for the nonprofit viewpoint with an analytical view to help clients realize their vision of a better world. It's a unique combination that helps her recognize that every penny spent on fundraising initiatives is a resource that clients must pull from their existing program and service budgets.
Tiffany is an advocate for clients and their donors alike. She approaches client interactions with a desire to gain a comprehensive understanding of their entire development picture?while sharing keen insight into donor likes and dislikes that inform each unique mail program.
She began her fundraising career at B'nai B'rith answering donor mail and eventually became the associate director of development.
Tiffany joined Lautman Maska Neill & Company in 1997 as an account executive, and now jointly owns the firm with Lisa Maska. She has consulted with many nonprofit organizations, including the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, HRC, Save the Chimps, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, The New Israel Fund, and House of Ruth.
A frequent speaker at industry meetings and seminars, Tiffany has often addressed audiences at the Bridge Conference sponsored by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and the Direct Marketing Association of Washington (DMAW) as well as at the DMA's Nonprofit Conference in New York and Washington D.C. She is on the Board of Directors of the Association of Direct Response Fundraising Counsel (ADRFCo) and is a member of the DMAW and AFP.
A graduate of Stanford University, she earned an MBA from Johns Hopkins University.