Erin M. Fuller Named Coulter President

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Coulter Companies announced that Erin M. Fuller, FASAE, MPA, CAE, has been named President of its nonprofit business division, known as Coulter. Fuller will lead a growing professional staff of 75 in meeting Coulter’s mission of transforming high-potential, socially-principled nonprofit organizations from good to great.

Nonprofit Strategist Erin M. Fuller has been named Coulter President.

Erin is an innovator who converts ideas into impact as well as a relationship builder, linking people with common purpose.

Coulter Companies announced that Erin M. Fuller, FASAE, MPA, CAE, has been named President of its nonprofit business division, known as Coulter. Fuller will lead a growing professional staff of 75 in meeting Coulter’s mission of transforming high-potential, socially-principled nonprofit organizations from good to great. In her expanded role, Fuller will lead Coulter’s Association Management, Nonprofit Events as well as its Strategy & Innovation verticals.

“Erin is an innovator who converts ideas into impact as well as a relationship builder, linking people with common purpose,” said Coulter Companies Founder & CEO Tom Gibson. “It’s an inspired combination that creates exciting new horizons for Coulter and its clients.”

Fuller joined Coulter Companies in 2002, was named Managing Director of Coulter Strategy & Innovation in 2005, and has served as Group President since 2009. She has served as the chief staff executive for high-profile clients including the Alliance for Women in Media, National Association of Women Business Owners, and Tysons Tomorrow.

Through her leadership of Coulter Strategy & Innovation, Fuller has led consultative teams delivering expert guidance to high profile national and international nonprofits in contemporizing brand, refining market position and accelerating economic capacity. In addition to Coulter’s full service clients, additional organizations served by Coulter Strategy & Innovation include the National Law Journal, American Medical Student Association, Teach For America – DC Region, SCORE Foundation, the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund, American Dental Education Association and the National Council of Jewish Women.

“During my decade-plus tenure at Coulter, I’ve had the opportunity to help advance a culture that rewards active listening and innovative action. As we approach Coulter’s 25th year in business, to now lead our amazing cadre of professionals is incredibly exciting,” said Fuller. “I look forward to applying the totality of our skills, experience and relationships to further expand Coulter’s capabilities and offerings while continuing a laser-like focus on helping our nonprofit clients realize their full potential.”

Fuller received her Master’s in Public Administration from American University (AU) in Washington, D.C. and is a past president of the AU Alumni Association Board of Directors. Fuller was the recipient of the 2011 Alice Paul Award from American University’s Women and Politics Institute for her work advancing women’s causes. She received her CAE from ASAE in 2002 and was named an ASAE Fellow in 2011, a distinction earned by less than one percent of its membership. She serves on the board of American Forests and previously served on the board of the ASAE Foundation.
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About Coulter:
Coulter increases the market relevance, brand power and economic capacity of socially-principled, high-potential nonprofit organizations. Coulter’s association management division (Coulter Nonprofit Management) provides comprehensive headquarters solutions and project-based outsourcing for trade, professional and cause-based associations and foundations. Coulter’s nonprofit events division (Coulter Events) produces conventions, conferences, trade shows and live Awards programs, from concept through execution. Coulter’s consultative unit (Coulter Strategy & Innovation) delivers solutions which enhance nonprofit capacity and brand. For additional information on Coulter, visit http://www.wearecoulter.com.

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