Sarah Broudy is the Director of Individual Philanthropy at the National Partnership for Women and Families, where she develops and executes the strategy for individual giving, including major gifts, the annual campaign, grassroots fundraising, and planned giving, and manages the team responsible for cultivating, stewarding, and soliciting individual donors.
Before joining the National Partnership, Sarah was an Associate Director at LAPA Fundraising, a full-service nonprofit fundraising consulting firm, where she led the assessment and strategy work, evaluating clients’ current fundraising efforts and existing operations. Serving as a Trusted Advisor to her clients’ senior leadership, she designed strategies and project plans to enhance systems, launch campaigns, and build best-in-class development programs. Prior to LAPA, Sarah served as the Director of Development at the National Council of Jewish Women New York, where she helped the 125-year-old organization update and elevate its fundraising strategies and systems, resulting in increases in individual giving by 68% and institutional funding by 60%.
Originally from Metro-Detroit, Sarah received her BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan and a Master of Public Administration Nonprofit Management and a Master of Hebrew and Judaic studies at NYU through the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service and the Skirball Department’s dual MPA-MA program. After more than a decade as a New Yorker, she now resides in the Philadelphia area with her husband.