Adrienne Rubin Edit Name
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Adrienne Rubin has over twenty-five years of experience in leadership development, strategic planning, management, marketing and analytics. She currently serves as the Treasurer and Director of Finance of the Give Something Back Foundation, a national nonprofit that provides mentors and scholarships to help Pell Grant-eligible students go to college and graduate in four years debt free. She also serves as the Marketing and Business Development Manager for the MacLean Agency in Princeton, with an emphasis on assisting NJ nonprofits with their insurance needs.
Adrienne's background in nonprofit management and on volunteer boards gives her unique insight into the needs of nonprofits. As a former Executive Director of two small nonprofits, she understands the technical and financial challenges of managing program and fundraising activities. In her professional roles, she has consulted with hundreds of nonprofits, providing professional development, consulting and leadership support to nonprofit staff and board members. She has developed programs and solutions for nonprofits, including online giving, payroll services and large and small events management. She has overseen strategic planning, program development and implementation, branding, marketing, testing and evaluation. A former actuary, she brings significant technical and analytical skills to her work.
Adrienne has led workshops, classes and webinars on volunteer and events management, public relations and marketing, and board training and development. Her local and national engagements include the NJ AmeriCorps Launch, Princeton Community Works, the NJ Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism, the Support Center for Nonprofit Management, Mercer County Community College and the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.
Adrienne holds a B.A. from Princeton University and is a former Associate of the Society of Actuaries. Her volunteer engagement spans many diverse types of organizations, ranging from universities and public schools to professional associations and community groups.
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