Superpower: Executing research with speed and breadth to unearth critical information for clients.
Taylor Rosty is a recent Wharton graduate whose empathy and passion for helping has led her to the nonprofit sector. At Black Fox Philanthropy, she conducts client and donor research, and participates in the formulation and execution of fund-raising strategy for BFP clientele. Taylor also acts as the business development liaison, working internally to help Black Fox expand its reach.
Her interest in non-profits developed in 2012 when she worked as a tutor for Veterans Upward Bound, a local government-funded veterans education program. Her personal philanthropic interests include veterans’ issues, women and girls, and education.
Taylor has worked for multiple non-profits in a consulting capacity. She worked for the Brain Injury Alliance of Wyoming as a marketing consultant, focusing on brand strategy and visual branding. In 2014, she brought the rigor of her business education to SPARK, an education non-profit with locations nationwide, and worked with the VP of Corporate Strategy to develop a comprehensive sponsorship strategy. Most recently, Taylor has worked extensively with Nonprofit Centers Network and Prison Scholar Fund. Taylor also has a strong interest in marketing and has consulted for several clients in the for-profit sector.