About Us

We provide fundraising systems and donor database services to nonprofit clients across service fields, and across the country. An agile, virtual firm headquartered in Virginia, we use remote access technology to connect with our clients, and we offer optional on-site support and facilitated work sessions.

Our experienced consultants support an array of software products including Bloomerang, GiftWorks (FrontStream), e-Tapestry, Donor Perfect, Neon, Salesforce, Raisers Edge; and research tools including DonorSearch, Foundation Search and Foundation Center Online, iWave, Research Point, and WealthEngine.

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Joanna Joslyn, Project Manager and Principal Consultant

Charlottesville, Virginia and Paonia, Colorado

Joanna has over twenty years of nonprofit experience, including program management, fund-raising, and executive leadership. As a consultant, her clients range from small shops purchasing software for the first time to large, established fundraising machines entering a capital campaign. This broad scope of experience informs her critical problem solving and far-sighted solutions to data projects, resulting in data systems that simplify and support the work of staff.
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Josh Joslyn, Database Administrator and Associate Consultant

Wichita, Kansas

Josh brings over thirty years of experience to bear on tough, complex, or novel database issues. He is a Systems Administrator and Project Lead at CSC, a global technology firm. In his roles as administrator and data-systems expert, he has served enterprise clients in the aerospace, banking, insurance, retail, and information sectors.


Angela Vaughan, Prospect Researcher

Austin, Texas

Angela has worked in prospect research for over fifteen years, including almost ten years as a full-time research consultant.  She began her career as Research Coordinator at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO, then spent three years in Charlottesville, VA, as a Senior Researcher for the University of Virginia during a billion dollar campaign. She has presented at both the national and Virginia chapter conferences of APRA (Association for Professional Researchers in Advancement) and has published  articles in APRA publications on using the Internet for research and on estimating net worth and capacity.