Clients agree: Janet Levine Consulting delivers

Janet Levine started fundraising in 1988, so by the time she launched her own consulting firm in 2007, she had extensive knowledge of what works—and what doesn’t—for nonprofits of all sizes. She’s built her business on giving clients exactly what they need to “level up” their efforts.  Her clients clearly agree:

“Our thanks go to YOU for your incredible wisdom and leadership.  You motivated and prodded us and we were very lucky to have you as our Coach!  We will definitely not lose touch and I know I speak for all of us…..we will miss our meetings with you!”
Janine Kolodny, Lay Leader
Wise School

“I didn’t want to let another day go by without thanking you for the meaningful retreat on Thursday. Everyone agreed that we have new, “actionable” ideas and direction for how to approach developing our capacity in both fundraising and the Board.”
 Beth Hagenlocker
Detroit Creativity Project

“I just wanted to thank you personally for the great class yesterday. I walked away with so many ideas and plans. The class really helped me to clarify what I wanted to lay out for the next few months and make long range plans to help Friends be sustainable after our ED retires. I walked away yesterday feeling extremely positive about our future in Watts. I appreciate you sharing your incredible experience with us.”

Delan Hilliard,Program and Development
Associate Director
Friends of St. Lawrence-Watts Youth Center

“Thanks for your time with the board today. It was well received and I think really served to prepare us for the next year and the role we need our board playing.”
Gregory Bradbard, President & CEO
Inland Empire United Way

“…you have helped our school move the needle forward in our efforts to develop a more robust culture of advancement. I cannot emphasize again how much your time and your expertise is appreciated.”
Rabbi Beth Lieberman
Academy for Jewish Religion California

“…thanks to Janet’s expertise, passion, and tenacity and her straightforward style and pragmatic advice and tools— our team is on track to achieve our goal — and we have all learned tremendously about how to do our jobs as board trustees and to be successful at the incredibly important work of development.”
Galit Feinreich, Board Trustee
Weizmann Day School

“…you hit just the right notes and got the Board on board better than ever before…”
Sue Mossman, Executive Director
Pasadena Heritage

“All the information was so incredibly useful and I have already begun to turnkey much of the knowledge I gained.”
Xochiltl Bravo, MSW, Executive Director
Urban Compass

“Thank you for presenting last night at our meeting. I thought you were wonderful and you helped me to view fundraising from a different perspective.”
Heather Castle
Junior League Board Fellows

“You did an awesome job.  Your un-intimidating and easy going style and positive applicable ideas made it such a fantastic morning.”
Doreen Danielson-Thieme, Donor Relations Director
The Salvation Army Southern California Division

“From the first conversation through the last moment of the workshop, you understood our objectives and presented us with user friendly approaches to fund development.  You made the planning process enjoyable and easy for me as a volunteer, and I hope we will be able to work together again.”
Bonnie Smigel-Derin, Board Member
Bureau of Jewish Education

“Your information is so practical and useable! I think you gave us at least a hundred different examples of things to say/ways to talk to a prospect—all worth their weight in potential gold!”
Barbara Hamaker, Development & Communications Manager
West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation

“Many thanks for the informative and fun training. It really was fantastic, especially because not only am I a one-person development department, I’m also founding the development department at an organization that hasn’t really had one!”
Mya Stark, Director of Outreach and Development
The Cinefamily

“Your insights, instruction and advice have already had an immediate impact in members’ understanding of their roles and have helped set a course of action for future board development. It was a true please to work with you and we look forward to future opportunities where we can work together again.”
Erik Neandross, Board Chair
Joseph Lyou, Ph.D, President & CEO
Coalition for Clean Air

“Thanks for leading such an informative class today. I learned a ton of new strategies—not only for stewardship—but for our overall development program.”
William Thompson, Executive Director
Young Storytellers Foundation

“…one of the best sessions I have seen on board fundraising.”
Laurence Scheindlin, Headmaster (retired)
Sinai Akiba Academy, Los Angeles, CA

“Your positive, can-do attitude really saved the day to encourage me and the other team members on such a quick turnaround.”
Laura Piening, Director of Development
AVID Center

“Thanks so much for helping to light a fire under our Board. What a difference the retreat has made!”
Darlene Kiyan, Executive Director
Culver-Palms YMCA

“…you provided a perspective on donor cultivation that made the process seem non-threatening and full of potential.”
Susan S. Rosenblum, Board Chair
Mar Vista Family Center

“Janet Levine is a consistently engaging instructor who provides various thought-provoking sessions at the Center for Nonprofit Management. Her knowledge of the work done by on-the-ground nonprofit organizations is always valued by our participants.”
Carlos Ramirez, Education Coordinator
Center for Nonprofit Management

“…an amazing mentor and coach. Her sense of humor and no-nonsense attitude has helped me refocus on the most critical aspects of fund development.”
Lisa Daggart. Director of Development
South Bay Children’s Health Center

“Janet has assisted us in not only maintaining but growing our economic base.”
Dick Hutman, former Board member, chorus member
Verdi Chorus

“…learned more in the three hours with you than I have in most of the books I’ve read and webinars I’ve suffered through!”
Bria Silbert, Director of Donor Relations
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger