To get the big picture you have to see it from both sides.
A fundraiser first … a Pareto strategist second. Andrew brings a unique set of skills to the Pareto team.
Having previously held senior fundraising positions for some of our biggest, international NGOs, Andrew now puts his strategic fundraising skills to use working with Pareto’s charity partners.
His focus is to work with charities to build ambitious fundraising programs that drive sustained growth for their cause.
A fundraiser to his bones, Andrew’s also an emphatic advocate of collaboration and shared learning within the fundraising sector, believing it’s critical to our individual and collective success.
If he builds it, they will come.
James has spent more than a decade working on digital strategy, campaigns and fundraising. He knows how to harness digital channels and data to deliver on key charity objectives – from growth, donor acquisition and retention to community building and policy change.
The brains behind Pareto’s successful digital campaigns and digital benchmarking, James is a multi-channel strategist driven by data and insights.
He also knows what’s it like to be on the charity side, having come to Pareto from digital roles at both Amnesty International Australia and Austcare (ActionAid International Australia).
James’ passion is to help the non-profit sector achieve success through smart digital strategy and education.
A friend first, and a boss second, probably an entertainer third.
Alex Breckenridge started with the Pareto Group in 2013 and brings with him over half a decade’s experience leading teams, working on strategy, campaigns and fundraising.
As a results driven individual, Alex is passionate about helping charities achieve the best possible fundraising outcomes and ensuring that the donors’ dollar is well spent.
Alex is always open to ideas and to meeting new people. If you are too, Alex would be more than happy to meet you and have a chat.