Since joining Global Philanthropic in 2007 as a Senior Consultant she has worked with clients across a range of sectors and across continents to build fundraising capacity. Among them are the United Nations Foundation, RAND Europe, the National Gallery, WWF International, Wigmore Hall, Birmingham Royal Ballet, the University of Manchester, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, University of Birmingham, the British Council, University of Liverpool, Banff Art Centre (Canada), University of Pretoria (South Africa) and the YMCA Greater Toronto (Canada).

Prior to joining Global Philanthropic, Paula headed the trusts and foundations program at the London School of Economics and Political Science, garnering support for capital, research and student activities as part of the institution’s £100 million campaign.
Whilst living in the USA, Paula led the fundraising programme at the Wharton Center for Performing Arts, Michigan State University, as Director of Development. She developed and executed fundraising strategies encompassing annual giving, corporate sponsorship, foundation, major and deferred giving, and special events fundraising, as well as liaising with the Center’s volunteer advisory board. She secured the Center’s largest cash gift, a seven-figure gift to support Center operations.
Other notable fundraising posts that Paula has held include the University of Detroit and Detroit Public Television, the seventh largest public television market in the US, where she worked closely with senior level volunteers from Ford, General Motors and Chrysler. Additionally, Paula has experience recruiting for development leadership roles with Richmond Associates, a recruitment consultancy that specialises in senior development roles with leading non-profit organisations.
In 1998, Paula came to the UK to earn her MSc in Voluntary Sector Organisation from the London School of Economics. Her BA is from the University of Michigan.

Paula Marshall