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M. Gale & Associates hires Manager of Business Development

Written by Mindia Whittier

The firm partners with nonprofits in Texas and the Southwest.

M. Gale & Associates has welcomed a new Manager of Business Development.

Christina Judge, MA, CFRE joins the firm with more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit industry. Her background includes executive leadership, program management, fund development, and marketing and communications.

Judge has worked in various capacities ranging from the United States Army, higher education, child welfare, healthcare, and mental health. Before joining M. Gale & Associates, she was the Executive Director of The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation, a North Texas nonprofit focused on suicide prevention training and education.

Previously the Foundation Manager for All Saints Health Foundation, Judge also served as Major Gift and Planned Giving Officer for Tarrant County College Foundation. Her professional background also includes Director of Development for both CASA of Tarrant County, and First Command Educational Foundation.

Judge holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland and a Master’s degree from Texas Woman’s University.

M. Gale & Associates is a fundraising consulting firm based in North Texas. The company offers comprehensive campaign services including planning, training, marketing, donor cultivation and reporting. Its consulting services also include management solutions such as interim leadership and executive coaching. M. Gale & Associates works with more than 100 nonprofits in healthcare, arts and culture, social services and the education sector.

“Christina’s knowledge of North Texas nonprofits and her experience in a variety of roles will help M. Gale strengthen its position as the go-to nonprofit philanthropic consultancy in the area,” said Missy Gale, President and Chief Executive Officer of M. Gale & Associates. “We look forward to the positive contribution she will make to our dynamic team of philanthropy professionals.”

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