Lyn Downing Joins Dynamic Development Strategies

Dynamic Development Strategies, a Fort Worth-based consulting firm specializing in nonprofit fundraising, has welcomed Lyn Downing, CFRE as senior associate.

Lyn brings over 30 years of nonprofit and fundraising experience and most recently, served 18 years with the Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter. She obtained her CFRE in 2004 and is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University where she earned her undergraduate degree in Marketing and later completed her MBA in management.

Lyn’s expertise including special events, annual and major gift campaigns, grant writing and training on best practices in fundraising.

“I am so excited to have Lyn join the Dynamic Development Strategies team,” Michelle Crim, President of Dynamic Development Strategies said. “Her background in nonprofit fundraising brings so much added talent and expertise to our clients.”

Ms. Downing’s volunteer service includes the Fort Worth Boys and Girls Club, United Way of Tarrant County, YMCA of Metropolitan Tarrant County and Tarrant County Youth Collaboration. She is active with the Fort Worth Metro Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and served on the board in various roles including chapter president for two years.

About Dynamic Development Strategies, LLC:  Dynamic Development Strategies believes in the power of nonprofits to make a difference in our communities. Our mission is creating nonprofit success through dynamic interim leadership and strategic fundraising. We offer a variety of coaching plans and fundraising packages including interim development leadership, grants management, development plans, board trainings and presentations on a variety of fundraising topics. publishes every week.
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