Frances Monroe is the Data Analysis and Systems Manager at the National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP). In this role, she oversees the design and implementation of NCFP’s data systems and helps promote data-driven decision making across the organization.
Previously, Frances worked at the National Sporting Library & Museum where she oversaw fundraising and development efforts with a focus on membership and special events. Prior to this she worked at Long Branch Historic House and The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery.
Frances received her B.A. and M. Litt., both in art history, from Franklin University Switzerland and the University of Glasgow respectively. Originally from Virginia, she serves as treasurer of D.C.’s Next Gen Giving Circle and enjoys museums, live music, and spending time with her young cousins.
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