Gary’s expertise and experience in providing leadership to the development, board, and organizational dimensions of nonprofits were honed through more than 30 years of practical, successful hands-on management. As a senior leader of the United Way of Greater St. Louis, including 12 years as President and CEO, Gary helped build the organization into the 5th largest United Way in the nation. During his leadership, the organization raised more than $1 billion and grew its annual revenue to more than $70 million.
Gary enjoys helping nonprofits build new levels of success in today’s rapidly changing environment. He works with nonprofits looking to build operational and fundraising success, nonprofit leaders in developing and communicating strategy and in facing difficult situations/decisions, and has an affinity for working with faith-based organizations.
He is on numerous boards and is an Adjunct Professor at Washington University’s Brown School of Social Work, where he teaches a graduate course in Marketing, Resource Development and Community Relations.
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