Michelle Cash is a passionate believer in the power of good storytelling to impact children, families and communities, and in the power of volunteers to make a difference. She previously worked at DataArts, a nonprofit based in Philadelphia whose mission is to connect the nonprofit arts and culture sector to the power and language of data. She served as the strategic opportunities officer, leading the business development team to engage new funding communities and partners.
Her other professional experience includes more than ten years as a corporate and foundation grantmaker, most recently as the vice president for grants and programs at the Princeton Area Community Foundation. Michelle is experienced in organizational strategy and development, nonprofit capacity building, program design, public speaking, and major gifts fundraising. She lives in Lawrenceville NJ, where she and her husband Chip raised their two sons.
At Jaffe, Michelle works with nonprofit and for profit clients to tell strategic stories that highlight the people and organizations that make a difference. She is inspired and energized by meeting and writing about people who care deeply about their communities, whether they are teachers, politicians, artists or business people.
In her spare time, Michelle seeks out art and artists of all kinds, whether it’s attending a performance, an art show, a craft fair or wandering the streets photographing graffiti art.
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