Scott Koskoski

Scott Koskoski

Scott Koskoski is the managing director of Changing Our World. Prior to joining Changing Our World, Scott served for four years as the co-founder and principal of a fundraising consulting firm that led a significant percentage of its clients to secure the single-largest gifts in their histories.

Prior to this, Scott spent 20 years as both a frontline individual contributor and development administrator, both participating in and leading fundraising teams and campaigns. His experience has been largely in major gifts, board engagement, corporate and foundation relations, annual giving, special events and staff leadership development.

Scott is a graduate of Mercyhurst University and Robert Morris University. He is a past trustee and National Alumni Association board president at Mercyhurst and currently serves on its Presidents Associates group. He is a former AFP board member for both the Denver Metro and Western Pennsylvania chapters.

Scott currently serves on the boards of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Resurrection Power, Washington Youth Baseball and is an elder at First Presbyterian Church in Washington, Pa.

From Higher Ed to Nonprofit and Back Again

Why is there a seemingly mysterious divide between those who fundraise in the higher education space versus those who fundraise in the nonprofit space? Why do so many people feel that there is a bridge between these two worlds that somehow can’t be crossed?

An Open Letter to the Largest Percentage of the Nonprofit Workforce

In 2014, those of you born between 1980 and 2000 became the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, including the social sector—those working in the purpose space either for nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Half of you are already occupying management roles...