Geoff Corbin, Associate
Geoff Corbin is a specialist in the setup, operation, and financing of nonprofit community-based organizations.
A graduate of Seattle University's highly regarded Executive Master of Not-for-Profit Leadership program, he has served in senior management positions or provided counsel to a wide range of institutions, including the Washington State Historical Society, Washington Special Olympics, the Oregon Air and Space Museum, the American Cancer Society, the Millennium Carillon Association, the Michigan Opera Theatre, and the Greater Miami Performing Arts Center.
has extensive experience in providing leadership and counsel to groups serving the needs of people who are displaced, marginalized, and disabled, and in community mental health and substance abuse programs.
has worked closely on major funding projects for Pacific Northwest Native American tribes.
has a deep appreciation for the role that community-based groups play in meeting pressing societal needs, and is particularly adept at identifying and building collaborations and partnerships that tap community resources.
background makes him particularly valuable in setting up programs for institutional advocacy and marketing, board and staff development, fund raising and membership, and strategic planning.
Corbin is a past member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (formerly NSFRE), and the National Center for Nonprofit Boards.
In addition to his graduate work at Seattle University, he holds a bachelor's degree in public relations and political science from Central Washington University.