Maggie Nolin is Director of Advancement at Stone Barns Center. With 10 years of experience in fundraising and philanthropy operations, she holds a B.A. in English and a minor in art history from Fairfield University. Maggie has a passion for cooking, architecture, and the environment, and found a home in the nonprofit world after working in development at the Philip Johnson Glass House and the Bruce Museum. At Stone Barns Center, Maggie leads advancement efforts through major gift cultivation, donor stewardship, fundraising events, and corporate and institutional proposals. Each day, she strives to better understand her role in building a better food system.
At Stone Barns Center, Maggie supports the development team through donor cultivation, fundraising events, and corporate and institutional proposals.
On the side: Maggie always looks forward to the activities that each changing season brings. She loves skiing, hiking, gardening, and kayaking.
Photo by Ben Hider