Lindsay Kopecky


Lindsay Kopecky is a seasoned non-profit professional with over twenty years of experience in five different states. For the past eleven years Lindsay has served as a frontline major gifts fundraiser in educational and healthcare settings, and has participated in comprehensive campaigns ranging from $12M to $7B. What Lindsay loves most about development work is being a matchmaker: aligning donor interest to institutional mission.

Lindsay is the mother of two rambunctious boys and an ornery old pup named Mr. Pickles. She and her family moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to Atlanta, GA in 2019 to be close to her siblings and to escape the freezing cold San Francisco summers.

When not running after a child (Mr. Pickles no longer runs), Lindsay loves to bake (leave no carbs behind!), exercise, and read. Lindsay is a proud alumna of the University of Pittsburgh and the Jewish Theological Seminary. Jewish education and Jewish life is of utmost importance to Lindsay and her family, and she is excited to help Jewish communities thrive through her work with ALTRUICITY.

career highlights

Lead Director of Development: Emory Orthopaedics
Major Gifts: University of California, San Francisco
Major and Regional Gifts: University of San Francisco
Director of Development, Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School
My Faith/Your Faith Program Coordinator: Auburn Seminary
Jewish Teen Initiative Program Coordinator: Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County

sector experience

Jewish Education
Scholarship Fundraising
Healthcare and Medical Research

areas of expertise

Major Gifts Fundraising
Relationship Building
Lay and Board Volunteer Management