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Fundraising Five with Carla Molloy

Carla Molloy describes her experience being part of the Fox Advancement team.

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Sep 30, 2022

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Describe your role with Fox Advancement. What energizes you about your work with the firm?

I’m the Junior Associate, supporting our work with clients in the public sector funding stream. I love working with nonprofits. Their work is changing the world, and it’s such a privilege to be a part of their journey.

Tell us about yourself! What were some of the jobs you had before coming to Fox Advancement?

I’m originally from New Zealand and lived in Barbados for a year before coming to Wisconsin. After I graduated in New Zealand, I worked in public policy at the Ministry for Women’s Affairs, a government agency that advises the government on policy issues related to women. More recently, I worked at Little Free Library, a nonprofit based in Hudson, Wisconsin.

What have you enjoyed most about working with Fox Advancement?

Working with our amazing clients–no question. They are all so talented and so dedicated to the people they serve.

What is a particularly memorable interaction you’ve had with a client?

I can’t think of any in particular, but I am sure there will be many to come!

On a personal note: Describe your perfect day from beginning to end!

Green tea, lots of books, and hanging out with my lovely, snuggly children.

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