Daniel Rico Joins Sasha Bruce as Director, Individual Giving

DRi

08/26/19

DRi is pleased to announce the placement of a Director, Individual Giving at Sasha Bruce Youthwork, one of the largest and most experienced providers of services to youth in Washington, D.C.

DRi partnered with Sasha Bruce to identify a Director to lead a comprehensive individual giving program. The Director serves on Sasha Bruce’s leadership team and works in close collaboration with its Board of Directors to guide the entire organization in fundraising activities that are integrated across revenue streams.

Today we congratulate Daniel Rico on becoming the new Director, Individual Giving at Sasha Bruce Youthwork. Daniel worked with NGOs in South America before beginning his career in fundraising at UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza). Daniel has been a capable strategic partner to internal leaders and a successful frontline fundraiser, with experience in all facets of individual giving. He sees great fundraising potential for an organization with the reputation of Sasha Bruce.

Congratulations to Daniel and Sasha Bruce Youthwork—we look forward to celebrating their continued success.

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