As GG+A continues to serve nonprofit organizations around the world, we are excited to announce the following new members of our consulting team.
Liz Allen, Consulting Vice President, provides strategic communications counsel to GG+A’s clients. Liz is currently the Director of Strategic and Digital Communications at the American School in London. Liz has spoken extensively at conferences and workshops around the world.
Scott Atwell, Senior Vice President, brings to the firm nearly 25 years of experience in higher education advancement, with expertise in strategic communication, branding and marketing, campaign planning, board and donor relations, public relations, stewardship, and cutting-edge alumni engagement strategies spanning digital media, social media, press, television, radio, and marketing media channels.
Barney Ellis-Perry, Senior Vice President, brings to the firm over 20 years of experience in alumni relations and fundraising for a wide variety of organizations. Barney works hard to balance unique and creative ideas with execution rooted in strategy. His experience spans all aspects of nonprofit organization’s needs with expertise in strategic planning, board and constituent relations, campaign visioning and planning, marketing and branding, and in spearheading innovative and immersive alumni engagement strategies across various digital, social media and in-person platforms.
Bowen Marshall, Ph.D., serves our clients as GG+A’s Executive Director for Teaching and Coaching. He has extensive experience in curriculum development, strategic planning and consultation, program management, and outreach and engagement in higher education. Prior to his role at GG+A, Bowen served in numerous roles at The Ohio State University.
Bruno van Dyk, Senior Vice President, UK & Europe, brings to the firm over 20 years of experience in development work, university advancement and international activities in Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Gulf, Europe, the UK and the US. During this time, he has led major university advancement endeavours, in both South Africa and the UK, exceeding targets in income and alumni engagement. He has also served as a primary volunteer in Southern Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa for the Danish Cultural Institute and the League for the Exchange of Commonwealth Teachers (UK). Most recently, he served for 5½ years as Director of Development and Alumni Relations at Durham University, UK.