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Portrait of Anne Clark

Anne Clark

Consultant, Strategic Information Services

Anne is not just a tenacious and skilled researcher with a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science; she understands how research fits into fundraising strategy.  Driven by the understanding that good information leads to good decisions, Anne finds the answers you need to get the job done, without wasting time in the weeds. A member of the firm’s Strategic Information Services team, Anne has worked with many nonprofits to provide high quality donor research and analytics to inform each organization’s strategic direction and prepare staff and volunteers for donor meetings. She also provides support to our clients for a full range of fundraising and campaign services.


  • University of Washington, Masters of Library and Information Science
  • Lewis and Clark College, Bachelor of Arts in History

Community Involvement

Anne is a member of APRA (Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement) and adheres to the ethical guidelines and standards of practice outlined by its Statement of Ethics.  Anne volunteers as a librarian and researcher including time as a volunteer reference librarian for the National Archives Pacific Alaska Region and the Internet Public Library, and in library acquisitions for the Special Collections Division of the University of Washington Libraries.


A dedicated walker, Anne can often be seen tearing up the sidewalk in North Seattle and finding fuel for her next long trek by cooking delicious meals (and occasionally sharing them with her lucky coworkers).