Christina Lennon

Senior Consultant

Christina Lennon is a Senior Consultant with Coxe Curry.  She has two decades of fundraising and nonprofit management experience.  She is well versed in all aspects of fundraising including annual funds, grant writing, capital campaigns and major gifts.  She also has experience in program development, board recruitment and engagement, scaling a nonprofit statewide and community collaborations.

Christina served as Executive Director of the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, a nonprofit that provides vision and hearing services to Georgians in need.  Under Ms. Lennon’s direction, the institution grew statewide from serving 1,000 people a year to 6,000 in her seven years at the helm.  Christina came to the Lighthouse after nine years with United Way, where she was responsible for fundraising and community development.

Her work has been recognized by many including Georgia Center for Nonprofits who named her Georgia’s Revolutionary Nonprofit leader of 2009.  The Andrew Young School of Georgia State University awarded Ms. Lennon the first Amanda Hyatt Fellowship in 2003, and honored her as a distinguished alumni in 2011.  In 2014 she was their keynote speaker for commencement ceremonies.  Christina was named a 40 under 40 leader by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in 2012.

Christina enjoys investing in the next generation of nonprofit leaders by teaching Policy Leadership at Georgia State University, and created and teaches the fundraising certificate program at Emory University continuing education.    

She has a degree in business from University of Florida, a Master’s in Urban Policy Studies from Georgia State University and augmented these learnings through Harvard’s Executive Education program.

Christina lives in Roswell with her husband and two young children.  She is an active volunteer for the Child Development Association, Amana Academy and Fellowship Bible Church.  When she isn’t working she is trying to raise kind, compassionate, curious children who are empowered to change their world for the better.

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