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Natalie Rekstad, CEO & Founder of Black Fox Philanthropy, shares on her touching journey of growing up impoverished and the steps she had to take to turn adversity into a vehicle of change. Hear how she uses her passion for impact to build purpose within her own life and the lives of others through her innovative company that provides an open source fundraising blueprint to global and domestic non-profits.
Bio: (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) Natalie Rekstad leads a purpose-driven life as the Founder and CEO of Black Fox Philanthropy, a leading fundraising strategy firm serving global NGOs that exists to accelerate the social sector’s effectiveness in solving complex problems on a global scale. As a B Corp social enterprise, Black Fox Philanthropy measures the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit.
Natalie helps build fundraising capacity for NGOs through a series of trainings held around the world, including as a delegate and contributor to the Skoll World Forum, Ashoka Arab World, Opportunity Collaboration, the ecosystem of the World Economic Forum, and has been chosen to be a delegate at TED 2022 in Vancouver, B.C.
Natalie is a Women Moving Millions member and an MCE Social Capital Guarantor, a gender-lens angel investor, and is a newly minted member of the Founders Pledge. Further, she has been honored by Conscious Company Media as a “World Changing Woman in Conscious Business", and her firm, Black Fox Philanthropy, is proud to be selected as a B Corp “Best for the World” Honoree as a Changemaker.