Clare Moe brings over twenty-five years of experience in the nonprofit sector, through both a professional and a volunteer lens. Clare’s experience gives her a unique view into the life of a nonprofit.
Clare works with your leadership to strengthen your organization through strategic planning, interim leadership, organizational capacity review and strategies, retreat facilitation, board governance, and developing fundraising strategies. Clare has a Certificate in Nonprofit Management through the University of Washington and completed the two-year adaptive leadership program through Leadership Eastside. Clare is currently the
Vice Chair of Congregations for the Homeless and volunteer at the Hopelink food bank.
Clare believes in working together create a stronger community and is passionate about the important role of nonprofits in our community. Clare would be honored to have the opportunity to work with your nonprofit to establish a solid framework for the future.
”Clare Moe brought invaluable skills to help guide us through the (strategic planning) process, including her non-profit and education experience, an understanding of our schools mission, leadership and strategic planning skills, as well as good humor, patience and perseverance! She helped us to articulate and structure a multitude of views and information into a solid, creative and inspiring plan for the school’s coming years.”
– French Immersion School of Washington
Strengthening nonprofits and imagining what is possible through collaboration, thoughtful inquiry, and practical solutions.