Greg Hagin is a Corporate Vice President and Managing Director at CCS, the largest fundraising management and consulting firm to non-profit organizations worldwide. He provides leadership, strategic thinking and philanthropic advice to the non-profit sector and social impact space. Greg has counseled and directed international and national charities, faith-based organizations, universities and colleges, schools, healthcare systems and hospitals, human and social services, environmental groups, and cultural and arts institutions with financial targets ranging from $1 million to $5 billion.
Specializations include strategic and entrepreneurial planning; board development; major gifts fundraising; capital and endowment campaigns; corporate, foundation and public/private partnerships; integrated and multichannel fundraising; marketing communications; case statement development; public speaking; data analytics and impact measurement.
Greg teaches “Raising Philanthropic Capital,” an experiential fundraising course at the University of Pennsylvania. He has presented at national nonprofit organizations, industry conferences, and corporations including Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Independent Sector, Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, National Association of Independent Schools, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America.
Greg serves on the Boards of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia, Fairmount Park Conservancy and The Gunston School. A graduate of Boston College, he is completing his MBA at The Wharton School where he co-chairs the social impact conference.