We know our clients work hard each day to focus on increasing their fundraising; our purpose is to support our partnership by enhancing and providing quality consulting and training; elevating their organization to the next level. Our clients bring us their requirements, challenges, and hopes to succeed within their donor database systems. We bring immediate, unique, and necessary solutions for your organization to achieve the goals you need to meet.
We serve a variety of organizations including arts, medical, education (higher education/independent schools), community advocacy, foundations, grant-based agencies, and the social services sectors.
From personalized training and customized database functionality to creating fundraising, donor, and advancement services solutions, we help you realize the strategy and planning success necessary to keep your office and staff motivated and productive.
Kerry Anderson founded Frontraiser after working several years as a database consultant and manager working with a variety of nonprofit organizations to help with their reporting issues, database cleanup and management, implementations/conversions, procedure development, and staff training. Prior to consulting, Kerry had over 10 years of successful fundraising and nonprofit experience and 20 years in information technology. Kerry has expertise managing fundraising databases in the areas of health and human services, higher education, and arts organizations, as well as individual foundations.
Kerry holds a BS in Computer Information Systems from Bentley University – Waltham, MA and an MBA with a concentration in Information Systems from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Troy, NY. When not working, Kerry is cheering on her daughter at the lacrosse field, watching her son’s golf matches, and enjoying time with family and friends.
Chris Moy founded Frontraser in 2018 after working over 20 years as a database administrator and consultant for some of the leading nonprofit organizations in New England.
Chris shines at finding cost-effective solutions for clients with limited resources and is known for helping clients strategically assess their day-to-day business processes. He is especially strong in the customization of those processes, strategic planning for annual and capital campaigns, direct mail appeals, and overall training and reporting needs.
Chris’ consulting work draws on years of frontline experience working as a Database Administrator at both large and small nonprofit organizations. He has held Database Administrator positions at Pine Street Inn – New England’s largest human service agency dedicated to serving the homeless, and before that, at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco – the 4th largest Fine Arts Museum in the US.
Chris holds a B.A. from the University of California – San Diego. When he’s not planning his next travel adventure, Chris can be found skiing and golfing around New England.