Stephanie D'Anselmi

Stephanie Walker is a senior consultant with American Philanthropic. Before joining American Philanthropic, she worked in marketing at WHYY, Philadelphia’s public media station, where she learned the ins and outs of the membership model, stewarded the written brand, and elevated the digital fundraising program to a million-dollar revenue generator. Prior to that, she worked with Peter K. Greer at HOPE International as an Assistant Writer, where she helped write his books “40/40 Vision” and “Mission Drift.”

Stephanie studied Politics, Philosophy, and Economics as well as Music at the Templeton Honors College at Eastern University. She lives in Conshohocken, PA, and plays oboe in the Lower Merion Symphony and the Palladio Chamber Ensemble.

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