About Nancy Schwartz

Marketing problem solver Nancy Schwartz helps nonprofit organizations build long-lasting relationships with their people—donors, volunteers, and other key supporters—and motivate them to act.

Nancy is a popular speaker and trainer, a disarming and motivating coach and consultant, and publisher of the popular blog and e-newsletter, Getting Attention. She’s valued for connecting strategy with practical application. Nancy’ current clients include Advocates, Center for Nonprofit Resources, Findlay-Hancock County Foundation, First Church, Hope House, National Eczema Association, NAVREF, Nonprofit Partnership, and Rising Tide Capital.

Nancy just completed two terms of service on the NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) board of directors. She volunteers at the Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges and with her local garden club. Nancy holds an MBA from Stern School of Business, New York University, and a BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University.

After years of Manhattan living, Nancy stepped off the island to the greener fields of nearby New Jersey. There she enjoys cooking and eating, photography, gardening, hiking, and travel with husband, Sean, and daughter, Charlotte.