Our Team Has Grown!
At The Phoenix Philanthropy Group, we believe that
our service is reflective of our outstanding
team members and our shared values.
We are happy to announce that three highly talented professionals
have recently joined the Phoenix Philanthropy team.
Please welcome Nancy Treser Osgood, Mark Kelleher, and Amy Mulhern!

Nancy Treser Osgood
Senior Consultant

A nationally recognized advancement expert, Nancy Treser Osgood has over 30 years of experience as an alumni engagement specialist. Over the course of her career at the prestigious Claremont Colleges, she forged strategic partnerships with faculty, staff, and students to develop alumni volunteer programs that support admissions, career development, academics, athletics, annual giving, and reunions. While at Pomona College, she restructured the 60-member Alumni Council into a 20-member Alumni Board, which included representatives from the offices of admissions, career development, and annual giving. She designed and launched a new 50th reunion recognition program to honor and celebrate "golden" alumni; and oversaw the expansion of Alumni Weekend into a four-day program with over 100 activities and events, attracting over 1,500 attendees. She developed continuing education activities for alumni which included regional chapters, international travel study programs featuring faculty leaders, and online programs spotlighting faculty and student research.

Nancy's volunteer involvement with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) spans three decades. She has served on the faculty for the CASE Summer Institute for Alumni Relations, the CASE Alumni Relations Fundamentals for Newcomers to Advancement, chaired the CASE Homecomings and Reunions Conference, and has served on the CASE Commission on Alumni Relations, the CASE Board of Trustees, and as Chair of the Far West District VII. Nancy was recently named a CASE Laureate for providing invaluable service to CASE and its mission to advance education to transform lives and society. She is also a member of the CASE Global Governance Transition Team. Nancy is the 2019 CASE District VII Tribute Award recipient for the highest standards of professional achievement and outstanding mentorship, which has been renamed "The Nancy Treser Osgood CASE District VII Tribute Award."

Nancy was elected to the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education in 2013. While president of the school board, she oversaw the successful passage of a $58 million bond. She has served on the board of directors for the Claremont Educational Foundation and the Claremont After School Program. Prior to her advancement work, she was active in the Native American United Methodist Church and served as director of education at a church in Long Beach, California. 
Nancy earned her B.A. in English from Pomona College, her M.A. in Religious Education from the Claremont School of Theology, and she studied abroad at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.

Nancy can be reached at treserosgood@phoenixphilanthropy.com or (909) 731-5848.

Mark D. Kelleher

Mark brings over 30 years of experience to The Phoenix Philanthropy Group, consulting with universities, medical centers and other nonprofit organizations to help expand resources, advocacy and community engagement, operational capacity, and management effectiveness.  He specializes in fundraising and campaign strategy and management; corporate and foundation relations, including industry partnerships and grant writing; interim management; and launching and expanding new organizations, and new programs within organizations. He also offers extensive experience in Advancement Services, including data and operations management; and prospect identification, qualification, and management. 
Prior to consulting, Mark was Associate Vice President in charge of Development for San Francisco State University, assisting board members and volunteers, faculty and university leadership increase fundraising for over 12 years. In this role, Mark helped design and manage a successful $150 million campaign.  While at SF State, Mark helped lead the expansion of a comprehensive development operations unit, including prospect research and management, development communications, donor relations, and served as a proactive liaison with advancement services. 
Before SF State, Mark served with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) for nearly a decade as a major gifts fundraiser and a corporate and foundation relations director.  His work contributed to the success of UCSF's $1.6 billion campaign, especially the development of the university's Mission Bay health sciences research campus.  Mark was previously a development officer with UC Berkeley, Harvard University, and Boston University. 
Throughout his career, as a professional or volunteer, Mark has known the profound satisfaction of assisting many health and wellness, prevention, clinical and youth-focused organizations with increasing support and related policy development, including: SF SafeHouse, Valencia Health Services, Women's Global Health Imperative, Guardian Scholars, Family Acceptance Program, Willie L. Brown, Jr. Fellowship, UCSF Tobacco Research and Education Center, WiRED International, Academy of Friends, and Strut.  Mark co-founded and was the lead fundraiser for Plan C SF, one of San Francisco's largest political action committees, and serves as a mayoral-appointed San Francisco Human Rights Commissioner.  
Mark holds a B.A. from Saint Anselm College in History, an M.S. from Boston University in Public Relations, and has completed an executive education program at Harvard University. 
Mark can be reached at  kelleher@phoenixphilanthropy.com or (415) 235-8426.

Amy Mulhern
Executive  Coordinator

Amy Mulhern joins The Phoenix Philanthropy Group as our  new Executive Coordinator to the President.  A native of Arizona, Amy received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati and her M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Grand Canyon University. After graduate school, Amy worked for Mountainside Fitness as a Human Resource Coordinator and Executive Assistant for the President of the company, and she has previous experience as a personal assistant.  
Amy can be reached at  mulhern@phoenixphilanthropy.com or 602-380-2478.