Jackie has developed a reputation as a hands-on senior-level consultant, adept at providing ‘high-level’ strategic counseling, as well as writing, editing—and solid grants management.
After serving as an award-winning reporter for KIRO NewsRadio and Television, she’s been communications director/consultant for clients that range from start-up advocacy organizations, and region-wide human service providers to major state universities and government entities.
Jackie will help your non-profit boost your fundraising success by launching or maintaining an effective grants management program. She’s an expert at non-profit marketing and can kickstart your success at garnering new and meaningful support.
Jackie has served as a communications lead for the Seattle City Council; OneAmerica, UFCW Local 21; Lakeside School; the Seattle Archdiocese; Central Washington University; and Group Health. She led the re-branding efforts of two signature Seattle non-profits: Hate Free Zone into OneAmerica; and Washington Association of Churches into Faith Action Network. With the University of Washington’s Certificate in Fundraising Management behind her, she has become a seasoned grants writer who has raised over a million in support of the organizations she’s consulted.
Email Jackie at jckoryn [at] gmail [dot] com | P: 206.352.8528