In her 40+ year career, Theresa F. Haenn, MBA, CFRE, spent 15 years working with her husband as co-owners of a growing technology-based business employing 25 people until it was sold in 2001. Her most recent 23+ years in the nonprofit sector began with her role as a Loaned Executive to the United Way in Philadelphia and has since included roles as Major Gifts Officer, Vice President Development and Executive Director. Theresa, as a strategist, incorporates her deep understanding of the impact that leadership, mentorship, and coaching have in all aspects of helping business owners, executive directors, board members and their teams achieve important stretch goals.
Theresa utilizes her creativity, strengths-focused leadership, and deep expertise in helping organizations strengthen staff and volunteer teams as they work towards a shared purpose and commitment to the mission building on mutual trust. Theresa knows that organizations that significantly increase their income have a deeper impact for their constituents and that leads to greater influence in their community.
It is all about relationships and deepening connections, creating successful fundraising campaigns, and building sustainable revenue streams for small business and nonprofit growth. The assessments and tools Theresa uses are designed to proactively help leaders drive organizational scale and impact while ensuring that employees remain engaged and enthusiastic about their work.
Theresa earned her MBA from the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University and her BS in Business Management from Rosemont College. Theresa is certified as a CliftonStrengths professional coach from Gallup, and she holds additional certifications from the Coaching Institute and the CFRE professional practice credential from the CFRE Board. She is ordained as an Elder and Deacon in the Presbyterian Church, USA and has been an active community volunteer throughout her career.
Robbe A. Healey, MBA, NHA, ACFRE, FAFP, Founding Member of Aurora Philanthropic Consulting, brings more than four decades of diverse experience, insight, and success to philanthropic fundraising consulting, strategic planning, board governance and non-profit organization management. Highly regarded and sought after, she has worked with more than 150 organizations.
A sector leader, she Chaired the Board of Directors of AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals) Global and the AFP Global Ethics Committee. Recognized for her expertise, AFP Greater Philadelphia Chapter named her the 2001 Fundraising Executive of the Year, AFP Global awarded her the 2013 Barbara Marion Award for Outstanding Leadership and named her a 2021 AFP Global Distinguished Fellow (AFPF), LeadingAge tapped her to help establish the LeadingAge Philanthropy Network and Co-Chair the LeadingAge Philanthropy Cabinet.
Her academic and professional qualifications include a BS in Education from Northeastern University, MBA from Villanova University, where she is an adjunct member of the Master of Public Administration faculty, ACFRE (Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive), Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrators License (NHA), AFP Master Teacher, and CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education) Faculty Star.
Committed to community service, she is a member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Greater West Chester Sunrise, Past President and current Secretary of the Greater West Chester Sunrise Rotary Foundation Board, Chair of the Westminster Presbyterian Church Endowment Fund Board, and Board member and Secretary of the Housing Partnership of Chester County. You will find her serving with the “Natural Lands Force of Nature” team every chance she gets.