Teddy Thompson

Chief Advancement Officer, Pace Center for Girls

As the Chief Advancement Officer at Pace Center for Girls’, Teddy leads marketing and resource development strategies that enable the organization to support its programs and services for girls. He works in partnership with the President of Pace Center for Girls and organizational leadership to create and implement fundraising plans that advance the organization’s goals and strategic priorities. Prior to joining Pace, he served as Vice President of Resource Development at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, one of the largest in the country, where he was responsible for leading the board development and fundraising. He also served as a National Director of Corporate and Cause Partnerships with Boys & Girls Clubs of America where he was responsible for a corporate development team in the Eastern United States that secured over $80 Million in revenue under his leadership.

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Why and How Family Foundations Can Advance Equity Through Participatory Measurement

Posted on August 13, 2021 by Lymari Benitez, Yessica Cancel, Mary Marx, Katie Smith Milway, Teddy Thompson

Courtesy of Pace Center for Girls  The recent investment by MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett in funder coalitions Fund for Shared Insight and Equitable Evaluation Initiative—both dedicated to increasing participant feedback in evaluation—is the latest vote of support for gathering evidence of program impact in ways that engage program participants as experts in assessing their own experience. Participatory evaluation (PE),… Read More

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