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Maggie McGoldrick

Senior Manager, Marketing and Communications

Maggie McGoldrick is the Senior Manager of Marketing and Communciations at the National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) where she shares the organization’s programs and mission with the philanthropic sector and NCFP community, as well as elevates the voices of family philanthropy more broadly. Maggie leads digital communications, including social media and email marketing, develops core messaging, and works closely with all departments on cohesive communication. She has managed NCFP’s recent website redesigns and database migration and integrations.

Previously, she worked in marketing for the American Association for Justice and the Australian Lawyers Alliance. Maggie earned her B.A. in English from Georgetown University. An Arizona native, she now lives in D.C. with her partner and enjoys reading, exploring the city, and watching mediocre TV.


Featured Article

In Memory of Carmen Castellano

Posted on August 25, 2020 by Maggie McGoldrick

Carmela Castellano-Garcia and Carmen Castellano at the 2014 National Forum on Family Philanthropy “I’m most proud of the legacy we’re leaving. Latinos are philanthropists,” said Carmen Castellano in a 2015 interview as a part of NCFP’s “I am Family Philanthropy” series. In her 81-year life, Carmen built a legacy she and the Latinx community could be proud of, modeling formalized… Read More
Case Studies

The Evolution of Family Philanthropy: The David Rockefeller Fund

Posted on August 4, 2020 by Maggie McGoldrick

The name Rockefeller often conjures up images of wealth and influence. The founders of Standard Oil and magnates of the banking industry, the family is known worldwide for generations of success in business and politics. However, since 1855 when John D. Rockefeller, Sr. gave his first philanthropic gift, the family has harnessed its name for a far greater legacy—social impact… Read More
Featured Article

Tell Me Anything: Advice for Funders Seeking to Become Active Listeners

Posted on May 21, 2020 by Maggie McGoldrick

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Active and open listening to grantee communities is not an entirely new topic for the philanthropic sector. Many funders have acknowledged the power dynamics inherent in their role, and as philanthropy evolves, there has been a shift towards greater transparency, deeper relationship-building between funders and grantees, and more grantee-focused funding practices. Groups like the Fund for Shared Insight and the… Read More