The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, an advocacy group devoted to creating secure, inclusive and thriving areas for individuals to journey, stroll and roll in Atlanta, has named Rachel Stanley as senior improvement supervisor.
On this capability, Stanley shall be accountable for growing and overseeing the Coalition’s fundraising objectives.
“We’re excited to welcome Rachel to our energetic and devoted staff,” says Rebecca Serna, govt director of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. “Her enthusiasm and dedication to social good aligns with our mission and guiding ideas, significantly those who pertain to fairness and racial justice. Rachel shall be instrumental in serving to us obtain our objectives as we proceed implementing a brand new strategic path that may take us past bikes to deal with making a extra livable, inclusive Atlanta.”
Funding for this transformative place is supplied by Energy to Develop, a multi-year funding in fundraising management from Mailchimp.
“We have been proud companions with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition since 2013 as a result of we need to see an Atlanta the place everybody strikes safely, simply and sustainably by means of the town,” says Josh Penny, company citizenship supervisor of Mailchimp. “This funding in fundraising will assist them attain and interact the numerous different individuals and establishments who additionally imagine in that imaginative and prescient.”
Previous to becoming a member of Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, Stanley served as grants supervisor of the Latin American Affiliation the place she wrote, managed and stewarded five- and six-figure grants from foundations, authorities companies and companies to assist a spread of initiatives, together with social service and youth mentoring packages. Stanley additionally labored beforehand in nonprofit improvement roles on the Southern Middle for Human Rights, the Middle for Civic Innovation and the International Village Mission.
Stanley holds a grasp’s diploma in public coverage from Georgia State College’s Andrew Younger Faculty of Coverage Research and a bachelor’s diploma in worldwide research from Elon College. In 2019, she was a Excessive Potential Various Chief by means of the Georgia Middle for Nonprofits, and a Black-Jewish Mission Understanding participant with the American Jewish Committee. Moreover, she was a 2017-2018 YWCA Georgia Ladies’s Coverage Institute member, and in 2017, she was a Younger Nonprofit Professionals Community of Atlanta 30 Below 30 awardee. Outdoors of labor, Stanley volunteers her time with a number of group organizations, together with the Affiliation of Fundraising Professionals, the Junior League of Atlanta and Deliberate Parenthood Southeast.