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Since 2002, we have been providing nonprofit organizations with targeted services designed to strengthen their operations and programs.
Sara McCabe, MA, Associate
Sara McCabe has spent more than 20 years as a development and communications director at both nonprofit and for-profit organizations, responsible for income generation as well as marketing. Her skill set includes grant writing, donor relations, event planning, social media, and brand management.
With a lifelong commitment to community service, Sara has served on multiple nonprofit boards and mentored hundreds of students, planted acres of trees, and secured homes for dozens of dogs. Sara holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Santa Clara University and a master's in organizational leadership and ethics from St. Edward's University.
Kris Willcox, MA, Associate
Kris Willcox is a seasoned fundraising professional with over ten years experience in individual fundraising with a special focus on planned giving. A skilled communicator and presenter, Kris combines in-depth knowledge of fundraising fundamentals with experience in building the kinds of donor relationships that help organizations to thrive. As a consultant, she is dedicated to helping clients bridge the gap between fundraising possibilities and real gifts that fulfill the goals of the donor and the organization.
Most recently, Kris has worked with the Union of Concerned Scientists, the National Wildlife Federation, Cotting School, the Winchester, MA Unitarian Society, and Simmons College. Projects for these organizations have included the creation and enhancement of planned giving programs, development of marketing materials, trainings for Board members, staff and volunteers, donor workshops, creation of gift proposals, and a variety of other research, writing and strategic planning projects. Prior to starting her consulting practice, Kris served as Associate Director of Planned Giving at Simmons College, and Associate Director of Charitable Gift and Estate Planning for the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations.
Kris received her BA from the University of Utah and her MA in English Literature from Simmons College. Kris joined K. Weill Consulting Group in September 2011. She lives with her family in Arlington, MA.
Kenny Weill, MS, Principal
Kenny Weill brings more than a dozen years experience in the nonprofit sector to his consulting work. Since launching K. Weill Consulting in 2002, Kenny has worked with dozens of nonprofits in various fields, from large universities to small community based organizations. In all cases, he has taken a client-centered approach to ensure his customer's needs are met and they've achieved their goals for their engagement with him. This has resulted in a slew of return customers and long-term relationships - and nonprofits better positioned to achieve their objectives and realize their mission.
In 2008, Kenny founded NPO Connect, an online skill sharing and networking platform for nonprofit professionals and volunteers.
Kenny has held management, research and direct care positions in
community-based, academic, health care and government settings. He received a Masters of Science degree in Health Policy and
Management from Harvard University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University. Kenny is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Nonprofit Consultants Network and Massachusetts Nonprofit Network. He has a long history of community-based volunteerism.
Kenny resides in Brookline, Massachusetts with his wife, Joanna, their daughter and son, and two mutts.
Check Out Shelley Milne's Interview with Kenny Weill
Kenny was thrilled to participate in the 2016 Nonprofit Strategic Success Summit. To listen to Kenny's thoughts on Organizational Positioning for Fundraising Success, click here!
Sarah Anderson Cluggish, MBA, Senior Associate
Sarah Anderson Cluggish brings nearly 20 years of nonprofit management and fundraising experience to her work with the K. Weill Consulting Group. Most recently serving as Director of Programs at Project Bread, Sarah was responsible for setting the strategic direction of Project Bread's programming, raising over $1.2 million annually through foundation and government funding, and allocating $2 million each year to community food programs across Massachusetts.
Previously, Sarah was the assistant program director for a child obesity prevention initiative in the John Hancock Research Center at the Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University. Sarah earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Tufts University and an MBA in nonprofit management from the Heller School at Brandeis University.