Rebecca Fox Jascoviak, MBA, GPC (she/her/hers)

Becky has worked in, started, led, and consulted for non-profits for more than 25 years. She has been on both the marketing and fundraising side of organizations addressing the arts, human services, international issues, community development, and job training. In her leadership roles, she has helped form and grow collaborations, develop grassroots organizations into flourishing community development drivers, and trained others in the important role grants play in the fundraising landscape.

When it comes to nonprofit fundraising specifically, Becky has worked on fundraising strategy, major and rank and file donor appeals, annual giving and capital campaigns, corporate sponsorship solicitation, and event production. The grants she has researched, written, and managed have kick-started a network of trails in her community; supported extensive curriculum development in the arts, technology, and STEM; launched large multi-agency collaborations in school-to-work transition and in regional theatre; further improved outdoor amenity accessibility; and worked to improve air and water quality alongside growing recycling and energy efficiency.

Becky has a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University, an MBA from Valparaiso University, and earned a GPC designation in 2020. Becky is currently the Chair of the Grant Professionals Foundation, President of the Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation, and serves as a nonprofit consultant. She tweets at @NonProfitBecky about grants and other nonprofit related content.

Becky lives in Valparaiso, Indiana with her husband and beloved kitty. When not working on grants, she can usually be found at one of the many local theatres.

My favorite thing about this work: Helping organizations grow their impact, reach beyond their potential, and change lives and communities.