Tony and Shannon talk about Digital and Data in diversifying fundraising

In this episode

Shannon Miller with locs smiling and looking to her left. Grey blazer with white camisole underneath.

About our guest

Shannon Miller is Senior Digital Marketing Manager at Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) USA. She also represents fundraising on MSF’s Global Digital Steering Committee and, as the Sponsor of MSF’s Digital Fundraising Working Group, works to expand the digital fundraising capacity of fellow MSF offices around the world.
Shannon stumbled into “new media” while volunteering for a political campaign and has worked throughout the nonprofit digital space ever since. Before her time at MSF, she held positions at Power to Decide, SOS Children’s Villages USA, CCAH, and Salsa Labs.

Shannon has a BA in Anthropology and History from the University of Rochester and a MA in International Relations and Diplomacy from Seton Hall University because she originally planned on entering the Foreign Service. She’s a proud Chicagoan with very strong opinions about pizza but refuses to root for the Cubs on principle.

Our discussion

Fundraising is crucial to the nonprofit sector, and the digital age has completely changed the limits of how it can be done. Tony Kopetchny sits down with Shannon Miller to discuss the various opportunities to diversify the fundraising efforts of an organization, and how to do it responsibly.

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