Scott Bucko is a Senior Consultant for American Philanthropic and has served in the non-profit sector since 1996.
Prior to joining American Philanthropic, he provided institutional leadership as the Director of Mission Advancement for the Newman Center at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. He consulted numerous organizations with mission advancement and fundraising in his role at the Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia while also assisting with back office support and major gift strategy for the annual $10 million Catholic Charities Appeal and the annual $3 million St. Charles Borromeo Seminary Appeal. He was proud to be a capital campaign director for CCS Fundraising and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia during its historic $200 million capital and endowment campaign completed in 2010.
He has also worked in commercial real estate, owned a small bookstore in Charlottesville, Virginia, and he loved his time working with young people as a teacher and school principal.
He leverages this varied experience to assist non-profit leaders to cultivate health in their organizations and to think boldly and wisely in their strategic planning and decision making. He provides counsel in organizational audits, major gifts, capital campaigns, annual appeals, and marketing and communications, always seeking to help his clients to be worthy of philanthropic support.
Scott is always learning and growing, but along the way he has earned a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from the University of Virginia, a M.A. in Christian Studies from Regent College at the University of British Columbia, and a B.S. in Agricultural & Applied Economics from Virginia Tech.
He lives with his wife and children in Philadelphia.
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