Presentación de la traductora - Anna Fabra Raduà

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Anna Fabra Raduà

I’m a cultural manager and fundraiser with over 13 years’ experience in development and evaluation of cultural programs, communications strategy, museum membership and crowd-funding campaigns.

My professional focus revolves around philanthropy and the crossroad between conservation of heritage, museum collections, arts education and promotion of culture.

My goal is to help non-profit organizations to develop creative and practical approaches to fundraising strategies in arts and education that allows them to stick to their missions and make change happen.

I want to help the cultural sector to face the challenge of finding balanced models of funding to ensure its social impact for the generations to come.

I’m currently based between Los Angeles and Barcelona freelancing for non-profit organizations as prospect research and independent advisor on fundraising strategies, loyalty programs, and communication contents.

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