Cassie Cramer has more than 25 years of development and communications experience, a collaborative style, and joyful approach.
Extensive and current experience
More than two decades of hands-on experience
Recent full-time roles in development and communications gives Cassie a unique lens into the stresses, opportunities, and challenges facing organizations.
Wide experience with diverse organizations across the nonprofit sector
Cassie has worked both locally and nationally with organizations across the nonprofit sector, including arts and culture, human services, and education.
Expertise in all aspects of development and communications
Cassie has led teams doing every aspect of fundraising and communications. She has expertise in campaign management, budgeting, planning, major gifts, and staff and board development.
Collaborative and flexible approach
Working together will begin with lots of listening. Before we dive in, you’ll have a chance to share where you’ve been and where you need to go.
Working with and for you to meet shared goals
Expectations will be clearly defined along with goals, deliverables, and a project timeline.
Flexible engagements with options starting from one day
Your relationship with Bright Light will be structured to meet your needs. From a day to several months – we’ll do what serves you best.
Bringing energy and passion
This is her life’s work and nothing makes Cassie happier than partnering with amazing organizations.
Sharing an infectious can-do attitude
Even when times get tough, you can count on Bright Light to stay positive and focused on solutions.
Remembering this work is fun
It’s a privilege to work with nonprofit organizations striving to make the world a better place. And, we can have fun doing it.
Cassie masterfully connects people and causes. Her deep knowledge of philanthropy and her infectious passion for her work shine through, powering every project she touches forward. Cassie’s expertise extends well into communications and nonprofit leadership; she understands the intersection between smart communications and successful fundraising efforts and she has the results to show for it. I’ve been fortunate enough to share in these successes and am a better communicator for my time under her leadership.Elizabeth Coopernonprofit communicator