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Dan Lowman is a Senior Vice President in our Analytics Department. His clients span the nonprofit sector and include hundreds of colleges, universities, hospitals, and social service, advocacy, and cultural organizations. His work with client organizations includes campaign planning, prospect identification and prospect management, analytics implementation, metrics, annual giving programs, and grateful patient fundraising.
Dan also serves as Director of GG+A’s Philanthropy Survey Lab. The Survey Lab partners with nonprofit clients to collect information directly from their constituents on issues such as charitable giving intent, attitudes toward an organization, case/brand messaging testing, and many other subjects. Dan oversees survey content, methodology, and reporting for online, print, phone, and in-person surveys.
Dan is an award-winning public speaker who presents frequently at national and international conferences. He has contributed to numerous publications, including the Council for Advancement and Support of Education Currents, APRA Connections, and The Major Gifts Report. Dan has been quoted in the New York Times and the International Herald-Tribune, and he has made television and radio news appearances.
In 2004, Dan led the team that developed and launched DonorScape®, the first-ever web-based prospect screening service. Since that time, Dan has focused on applying data and analytics to strategic fundraising issues in support of GG+A’s evidence-based approach to counsel. This work has taken him to clients in all 50 states and 8 countries.
Previously, Dan served as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in the Slovak Republic. Dan is an alumnus of the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he graduated with college honors and highest distinction.