My name is Will. I push pixels around until they look pretty. I’m a nonprofit consultant and web developer based in Reno, Nevada. My passion lies in nonprofit fundraising, advocacy, online marketing and creating graphics and coding web sites with the Adobe Creative Suite; most notably for the nonprofit sector. I really enjoy pouring my heart and soul into my work. The overall look and style of the site is what really interests me. I prefer the artistic side of design.
I’ve been lucky enough to work with many Congressional offices on Capitol Hill and nationally recognized nonprofits in Washington, DC to manage their online and e-mail marketing campaigns as well as their social media and Web presence.
Working with Blackbaud since 2012, I have deployed over 350 nonprofits on both the Sphere platform working with Friends Asking Friends, a peer-to-peer fundraising product and most recently the Luminate Online platform with TeamRaiser, also a peer-to-peer fundraising product, advocacy and online marketing modules.
Additionally, my educational background is rather robust. I hold a Masters of Public Administration with a Concentration in Nonprofit Management from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nevada, Reno in Political Science with a Spanish Minor. This background includes coursework in performance measurement, program evaluation, research and statistical methods, among others, that serves to augment website visitor analysis and development cycles.
I invite you to learn more about me. Feel free to look around and thanks for stopping by.
Who doesn’t love bar charts!Technical Skills
- HTML / CSS
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Online Advocacy / Fundraising (Luminate Online / Salsa Labs / Democracy In Action / FirstGiving.com)
Other Technical Skills
- Adobe Illustrator
- WordPress Theme Design/Coding
- HTML 5 / CSS3
- 960 Grid System
- SPSS Statistics
- Google Analytics
- Microsoft Office
Friends Asking Friends
- Performance Measurement
- Program Evaluation
- Research and Statistical Methods