Jullie Patterson serves as director of fund development at The Community Builders, Inc. (TCB) in the Boston office where she is responsible for developing and executing fundraising strategies, implementing management systems for donor stewardship and developing and scaling initiatives for individual donors. Patterson has over 10 years of experience in fundraising and nonprofit administration with such agencies as Habitat for Humanity, Maternity Care Coalition and The Newell D Hale Foundation. She has led multi-million-dollar capital campaigns and has managed the initial phase and feasibility study of a $15 million campaign to support the development of an area community center.
Previously, she served as board member and chair of the nominations committee for the Habitat for Humanity of North East Connecticut board of directors, served on Congressman Joseph Courtney’s Veterans Advisory Council for the State of Connecticut, and presented at Lehigh University’s Social Innovations Conference. Currently, Patterson is a member of the National Association for Uniformed Services (NAUS), Women Marine Association and a serving member of the US Air Force. As a service member Patterson worked as a training liaison to various foreign dignitaries and the militaries of Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Qatar. Patterson is a nonprofit fellow and graduate of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and holds Master of Arts degree in political science. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Connecticut.