Donor Communications Coordinator / Database Manager
D’Anne DuBois holds a bachelor of arts degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin. She has had numerous life experiences which include building a grass-roots, third party in politics; acting and dancing for the theater; founding a nonprofit organization in performing, fine, and commercial arts for underprivileged children; being an independent fund-raising consultant; and working for various nonprofits in administration, grant writing and development, creating and utilizing a variety of database management systems.
As the Development Director for the Center for Science in the Public Interest, she developed a comprehensive database to research and track foundation grants and major donors. She also has certificate training in Insider Grant Strategies That Work from the Center for Non-Profit Management and Program Planning & Proposal Writing from The Grantsmanship Center. She was honored with the Employee of the Year Award from CAP Services, as their grant writer.
She moved to Boulder in 1996 and worked at the Institute for Research on Social Problems before moving to Denver in 1998.
Prior to joining the Denver Health Foundation in November 2006, she was the program assistant and recruitment manager for the Psychiatry Residency Training Program at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. She serves the Foundation as the Donor Communications Coordinator and Database Manager.