Daina Storey, MAICD

Daina is a social impact professional with over 14 years of professional experience in project & event management, logistics, data assessment, strategy, and marketing across a diverse range of industries including social enterprise, nonprofit, entertainment, and real estate. Daina most recently served as the Director for the Nashville Social Enterprise Alliance, and continues to support the chapter as an active board member. In her role, she managed, created, and executed all aspects of the Nashville chapter of SEA resulting in NSEA becoming one of the largest chapters within Social Enterprise Alliance’s national network of chapters.

Laurel Fisher, M.Ed.

Laurel is a nonprofit specialist with over 20 years of experience working in fundraising, grants management, social enterprise, data collection, impact measurement and nonprofit training. Laurel holds a M.Ed. in Nonprofit Leadership from Belmont University and has held positions at some of Nashville’s most dynamic organizations including Vanderbilt University, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, W.O. Smith/Nashville Community Music School, and Catholic Charities of Tennessee. Laurel most recently served as the Grants Manager for Metro Arts, a department of local government program that supports the arts community in Nashville, TN. In her role there, she managed their community arts grants program that annually distributes $2.5 million to over 60 nonprofit arts organizations and projects in Nashville, TN.

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Megan Taggard

Megan serves as a prospect research consultant and analyst with 24 years of experience in higher education, secondary schools, social services and healthcare fields. She is a strategic thinker and team leader with ability to analyze large quantities of data, verify wealth screening data and create high-quality written pieces of research to guide strategic gift planning. Her expertise is in wealth screening, building prospect research departments, creating processes, data integrity, individual, corporate and foundation research and data mining. Megan has served in the development services staff as a prospect researcher at Duke University (Durham, NC) supporting the institution’s $2 billion campaign, Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, NY) and the Lahey Clinic (Boston, MA).