Eugene Diamond

Eugene Diamond is a Managing Consultant and Director of Client Engagement for American Philanthropic. He has experience working as the director of communications and development for a religious nonprofit and as an independent nonprofit consultant.

In addition to offering experience in development program management, capital and strategic planning, messaging, editing, donor research and communication, and planned giving, Eugene works closely with American Philanthropic’s partners and senior consultants in business development efforts. Previously, he served as a congressional staff member in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

Eugene has a bachelor’s degree in history from Saint Louis University. He lives with family in Kansas City, MO.

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