Principal at Capital Philanthropy
Marshall H. Ginn is an accomplished nonprofit leader, consultant, trainer and volunteer with more than 30 years of experience working with local, regional and national nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. He is a recognized expert and advocate for advancing excellence in nonprofit management, promoting effective philanthropy, and expanding the body of knowledge in the sector. From 2011-2016 Mr. Ginn served as chair of the selection committee for the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s AIM for Excellence Award Competition (formerly known as The Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management.) He is an application reviewer for Spur Local (formerly the Catalogue for Philanthropy of Greater Washington,) and he is a proposal reviewer for the Unfunded List.
Mr. Ginn has made presentations on philanthropy, nonprofit management and board development at numerous events including Compass Pro Bono’s Sorkin Summit, Exponent Philanthropy’s National Conference, the DC Public Private Partnership Conference, George Mason University, the University of Maryland, the Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising Conference, and the BoardSource Leadership Forum. His writing on philanthropy and nonprofit management has been featured by such organizations as BoardSource, the National Council of Nonprofits and the National Center for Family Philanthropy.
Learn more about Marshall and his work at www.capitalphilanthropy.com.