T4CI is proud to welcome Alice Ng as our Senior Advisor for Fundraising and Development. Hailing from New York city, Alice brings over 16 years of experience in the nonprofit sector with hands-on multi-faceted experience in fundraising and development. In this role, Alice will advise and coach our program teams on fundraising and development best practices in areas such as annual giving campaigns, membership development, major donor cultivation and stewardship, foundation support, corporate sponsorship, and fundraising events.
Most recently, Alice served as the Development Director for the Coral Reef Alliance, where she was responsible for the long-term fundraising strategy based on the organization’s theory of change. In this role, she worked closely with the Program and Communications teams to direct the design of a 10-year $20 million capital campaign strategy, planned and executed the organization’s annual gala, managed the stewardship and major donor recognition program for prominent constituents, and directed the messaging for all direct mail appeals. She also performed the first-ever analysis donor segmentation of the donor database to better identify untapped giving opportunities and refine approach strategies.
From 2006-2014, Alice served first the United States Director for Animals Asia Foundation, where she supervised the North American operations including strategic planning and growth and development of the organization and then as Development Director where she managed all fundraising efforts across North America. During her tenure, she created and implemented a major gifts program including bequest/legacy giving and donor recognition programs, stewarded all major donor relationships including securing high-level six-figure gifts, oversaw foundation proposals and reporting, and led donor trips to field projects in China and Vietnam.
From 2002-2006, Alice served as Co-founder and Co-director of Animal Balance, a global nonprofit focused on the development and implementation of 100% humane animal population control strategies for dogs and cats on the islands of Galapagos, Dominican Republic, Samoa, Cuba, Cape Verde, Bahamas and Hawaii. Alice is a current member of the Board of Directors and continues to support the growth and expansion of the organization.
Earlier in her career, Alice served as a Shark Conservation Campaigner for WildAid where she focused on reducing the demand for shark fin through education and research.
Alice holds a BS in Management Information Systems from the University of Buffalo and in her spare time, you can either find her climbing in Yosemite or serving as an active wilderness first responder for the Bay Area Mountain Rescue Unit.
This position is part of our forward-facing strategy focused on providing hands-on advisory support to accelerate the growth and development of the innovative projects that operate under our umbrella. Together with other value-added services in areas of communications and leadership development, these additional advisory services are provided alongside our core operational supports in accounting, human resources and benefits administration, grants and contracts administration, and general operations and administration.