With nearly two decades of experience working in philanthropy, Jennifer Belliveau has a demonstrated commitment to the nonprofit field. She has worked for organizations focused on secondary and higher education, community and economic development, global health and healthcare, human rights, religion and faith, and poverty solutions. Jennifer has extensive experience with a variety of development initiatives, including major gifts, capital campaign design and implementation, running a development office, staff training, and planning and feasibility studies.
Jennifer is currently overseeing CCS’s client work in Pittsburgh, as well as leading a campaign design phase with Villanova University for a $1.2 billion campaign. She lived in London for many years, where she led multi-million-pound engagements for key European clients – running landmark capital and endowment campaigns, meeting with major donors, building prospective donor pipelines, conducting specialist prospect research, and developing overall and individual fundraising strategies.
In addition to her client work, Jennifer co-leads the Human Capital initiatives for her team at CCS. She is a founding member of the firm’s Pro Bono Working Group and the Crypto-Philanthropy Working Group, and she was Chair of the firm-wide Executive Summit Committee. Jennifer is a repeat Reunion Co-Chair for the Yale School of Management as well as a liaison to the For Humanity. Campaign Committee. In Pittsburgh, she is a board member of the Sewickley Area Mother’s Club, as well as a guest lecturer at Carnegie Mellon University.
Jennifer earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BA from the University of Notre Dame. She lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and three children. An avid traveler, she enjoys high-altitude trekking and global vegetarian cuisine.
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