Natasha Lewis is an experienced non-profit professional who has spent the past twenty plus years working for a variety of service and advocacy organizations. She has been a fundraiser for fifteen years, beginning her development career in 2002 at the national headquarters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in Baltimore, Maryland. Natasha’s broad fundraising experience includes database management, grant writing, foundation and corporate relations, annual and major gift fundraising, and direct mail campaigns. She has also conducted workshops on diversity, corporate fundraising, and volunteer management for several fundraising associations.
She currently resides with her family in Manchester Township, York County. She is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and a 2016 graduate of Leadership Harrisburg’s Community Leadership Series. She also serves as a parent volunteer in the Central York School District and on the board of the Neighborhood Center in Harrisburg.