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p1_04384A leader in discovering and exploring major fundraising opportunities for nonprofits around the world for over 25 years, Jay currently serves as Partner at the legendary firm of Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners, advising clients on a range of development issues, and as President & CEO of FundraisingInfo.com, the pioneer in virtual fundraising information support services.  Over the years, Jay has played a leadership role in a number of companies serving the third sector, including serving as Chief Strategy Officer at WealthEngine and President and CEO at WealthID. In addition, Jay has also served as Director of Major Gifts at the International Rescue Committee, Editor and Co-Founder of WFC/International Philanthropy, Development Associate at Meridian International Center and as a Program Specialist at the National Endowment for the Arts.  As a volunteer and educator, Jay has been a member of the CASE Industry Advisory Council and a past national board member of the APRA and is a popular presenter at conferences and meetings in the US, Europe and Asia. He publishes regularly on topics related to fundraising and philanthropy around the world.  For details on engaging Jay as a speaker, trainer or adviser, click on one of the links above, send an email to jay@frostonfundraising.com or call 571-426-6214.

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