Director, Associate General Counsel at Facebook @ Redwood City, California
Director of Development
San Francisco Bay Area
Corrine Levy has dedicated her career to making a difference in the world. She has worked as a nonprofit professional for close to two decades, serving nonprofit organizations promoting the arts, the environment, youth, social issues, health and the Jewish Community.
Most recently, Ms. Levy has enjoyed working as an Account Executive at Blackbaud, developing and closing technology sales opportunities for nonprofit clients in Northern California. She is inspired by the important work of nonprofits and enthusiastically partners with customers to provide solutions that improve efficiency, increase fundraising capabilities, and drive success.
In recent years, Ms. Levy has worked as Director of Development at Slide Ranch, and at the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco as Director of Women’s Philanthropy, stewarding and cultivating major donors, increasing contributions at all levels of giving. Through her work, cultivating and soliciting donors and working within high levels of management, Ms. Levy excelled at cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with nonprofit and community partners. As a member of the executive team at the Westside Children’s Center in Los Angeles, she revitalized development efforts by cultivating new donors, creating innovative annual events and establishing new gifts.
Prior to these roles in development, Ms. Levy owned a consulting firm where she provided fundraising strategy and event planning services to high-profile nonprofit and political clients across the country. Ms. Levy has planned and organized events, from A-list Hollywood events to VIP receptions with Presidents and Heads of State, including President Bill Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Nelson Mandela.
Ms. Levy received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in International Relations and Social Science from San Francisco State University. Based in Northern California, she volunteers to support local organizations.