Morgan Loomis

Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships

Project Hope

Morgan joined the Corporate & Foundation Partnerships team at Project HOPE in 2020 and is focused on development and cause-related fundraising initiatives.

Prior to joining Project HOPE, she was responsible for international donor cultivation and stewardship at Feed the Children where she developed strategic programs and engagement initiatives meeting the philanthropic interests and giving objectives of partners. She was also responsible for managing celebrity and influencer engagement and the planning and execution of large-scale community impact events, serving up to 10,000 individuals, through the mobilization of organizations, partners, volunteers, and media.

Before her time at Feed the Children, she managed and provided strategic direction for the American Diabetes Association’s Sports, Entertainment & Events division to generate support and brand visibility. She was responsible for the creation and execution of awareness and fundraising platforms and the development of relationships with influencers and stakeholders in the sports and entertainment industry.  She also managed communication efforts for advocacy and fundraising events engaging influencers, Board members and C-suite executives.

Morgan began her career in professional sports managing Community Relations and Player Programs for the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets where she was responsible for the planning and implementation of community mobilization and outreach programs and implemented Player Development programs and initiatives for the team.

Morgan enjoys traveling and experiencing new cultures, having visited over 70 countries between her personal and professional travels. She graduated from Tulane University with a B.S. in Psychology and currently lives in Birmingham, MI.