Jacqueline Cameron

Jacqueline CameronSenior Researcher & Consultant

: Australia (Brisbane): 1300 758 812: j.cameron@AskRIGHT.com

Your Fundraising Consultant

Jacqueline is a dedicated, motivated and results-oriented fundraising professional who brings a broad range of experience to clients, from developing policies and procedures to support successful fundraising, prospect research, data mining and analytics, prospect management, relationship management, donor stewardship, grant proposals, collateral development, and developing fundraising strategies.

Through working with Jacqueline, clients can expect a commitment to the highest quality, and a focus on achieving results. She has exemplary time management and organizational skills, able to manage multiple tasks, complete deadlines and operational priorities simultaneously to achieve positive outcomes for clients.

I believe and have seen the important role that the not-for-profit sector plays in society and I want to be part of helping facilitate this work and enabling charities to achieve their mission.


Qualifications & Memberships

  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

  • Masters of Business in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies

  • Member FIA

 


Awards & Achievements

  • 2012 Dean’s Award for Excellence, Masters of Business, Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, QUT

  • JBWere Prize – Highest Academic Result for GSN483 Ethics for Philanthropic and Nonprofit Organisations (2011), Masters of Business, Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, QUT

  • Exchange program in 2012 through QUT, completing the ‘Globalising Europe’ program with EDHEC business school in France.

 


Background

Prior to joining AskRIGHT in 2010, Jacqueline worked in marketing and sales roles where she was responsible for identifying and researching key prospects, companies and market opportunities. She also assisted with fundraising at a leading independent secondary school.

Upon joining AskRIGHT as a researcher, she provided services for a full range of not-for profit organisations in Education, Health, Community, Arts and Culture, Sport, and International Aid.

Rising to Research Manager for AskRIGHT, Jacqueline was involved in the compilation of The Complete Guide to Australia’s Private Ancillary FundsTM, an online resource for organisations in each state in Australia looking to generate revenue streams and identify new major gift prospects, managed a major market assessment study for Asia, assisted with campaign feasibility and planning studies, and completed numerous projects for clients identifying and profiling new prospects.

Since assuming the role of Consultant, Jacqueline has worked with a number of non-profits to improve fundraising performance by developing fundraising collateral, fundraising strategies and establishing fundraising capacities. Jacqueline’s consulting clients have included Nexus Care, the Board of Benevolence, and the Queensland Association of Independent Legal Services.

Jacqueline has also recently been completing a 12-month position with a leading national university as a Development Manager.

During my time at AskRIGHT, I have been fortunate to be involved in some exceptional projects for very worthwhile causes. The passion, vision, drive, and commitment of the people behind these projects to achieving their mission is truly inspirational. The opportunity for me to be involved and contribute to these projects, if only in a small way, is one of the driving forces for me continuing to be involved in the not-for-profit sector.

 


Jacqueline Cameron

Jacqueline Cameron

Consultant & Research Manager at AskRIGHT
Jacqueline is a dedicated, motivated and results oriented fundraising professional. She enjoys the variety in fundraising, and brings broad experience to clients on all aspects: from identifying prospects to liaising with donors, advising on collateral, writing case statements and bequest brochures, data mining and analytics, and developing fundraising strategies.

To find out how Jacqueline can help your organisation, email j.cameron@AskRIGHT.com.
Jacqueline Cameron

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