FAIRCOM NEW YORK has been helping nonprofits raise funds to change the world for nearly 25 years. In 1993, when we were EuroAmerican Communications, we introduced international nonprofits to the American fundraising market.
Over time, we began to partner with leading American and international organizations. We expanded our services once again, and Faircom New York was born.
Today, we are at the forefront of nonprofit fundraising.
- We’ve spearheaded mid-level giving
- Introduced nonprofits of all sizes to digital marketing
- Provided events services for international groups seeking connections in the U.S
- Developed new data analytics programs to bring our partners the best long-term value and strategy recommendations.
Awards Look great on our walls, but our real measure of success is our nonprofit partner’s happiness with our work.
- Received a Gold and a Bronze at the 2019 Marketing Award for Excellence in Innovation (MAXI) Awards.
- Runner-Up for the Direct Marketing Fundraisers Association (DMFA) Best Renewal Direct Mail Campaign in 2019.
- Recipient of two 2018 DMFA Awards.
- Our Emergency Airgram won DMFA's runner up best acquisition direct mail appeal of 2017.
- Corinne Servily was named the 6th most effective fundraiser in the world.
- Named New York’s “Best Non-Profit Marketing Agency” in 2015 and 2016.
Founder & President of Faircom New York
Founder and president of Faircom New York. She provides strategic guidance for every client—based on decades of experience in the fundraising industry. Her successes have led to her being recognized as the sixth best fundraising consultant in the US.
Beginning with the establishment of Doctors Without Borders’ US fundraising program, her expertise in supporting overseas organizations entering the US market has made her a highly sought after authority in the fundraising world.
Corinne has been the keynote speaker at many fundraising conferences, including the King Baudouin Foundation Conference in New York, the Swiss Fundraiser’s Conference in Geneva, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals in Paris.
Senior Vice President, Strategy and Innovation
Sally has over 20 years experience in direct marketing, having worked in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. From using data driven techniques to solicit small business card members for American Express, to targeting investors for Goldman Sachs’ start up, GS.com, Sally brings a diverse background to Faircom New York. She works with the Cousteau Society, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Human Rights Watch, USCJ, and TechnoServe among others.
Sally has a B.A. from Brown University and an M.B.A./M.A. from NYU’s Stern School of Business and Institute of French Studies, including studies at Hautes Études Commerciales in France. Outside of work, Sally likes to cook and run (not usually at the same time, but with four kids, the two activities sometimes overlap), and she plays flute in the Riverwinds Woodwind Quintet that she founded in 2010.
What is your #1 fundraising tip? Every organization should be able to answer this simple question, “Why would I want to support you more than any other organization out there?” It can provide a simple key to solving many marketing problems.
Vice President of Finance and Operations
Stacey was appointed Faircom New York’s Director of Finance and Administration in January 2011 and Vice President of Finance in April 2015. As VP, Stacey is responsible for implementing the agency’s financial infrastructure and overseeing all aspects of human resources.
Stacey holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Le Moyne College located in Syracuse, NY. With 14+ years of experience, Stacey began her career as a Sales Analyst for State Street Bank in Boston, MA. Prior to joining the FaircomNY Team, she was the Senior Accountant and point of contact for all clients and vendors at a privately owned construction company located in Manhattan.
What is on your travel bucket list? Vienna in December! There is something so alluring and exciting about snow covered streets, Baroque architecture, holiday lit Christmas Markets, performances at the Wiener Staatsoper and the beautiful Lipizzaner Stallions that it is now at the top of my list!
Vice President of Integrated Marketing
Barbra is a marketing professional with over 20 years of experience in multi-channel campaign strategy and management. She has a successful track record of increasing revenues through introduction of new program opportunities and improved data interpretation. Barbra spent 10 years at the March of Dimes, where she helped double revenue for the direct response department. Her other work experience includes time at companies in both the nonprofit and for profit sector including WonderWork, Citibank and MasterCard. She is a strong believer in continuing education in the industry and has been actively involved with both the DMFA and DMA. She currently works with TechnoServe, Learning Ally, the National Urban League, and IPPF/WHR, among others.
Barbra received her MBA from Columbia University and her BA in economics from Tufts University. In her free time Barbra loves to travel and hike. Her favorite trip was to see Mt. Everest in Nepal. In her less adventurous time she can also be seen working diligently on the NYT crossword puzzle.
What is your secret fundraising weapon? Not being afraid to make the ask.
Vice President of Global Philanthropy
Ségolène Xavier Miller
Ségolène is Vice President of Global Philanthropy at FNY. Joining Faircom in 2009, Ségolène previously worked in Switzerland for a multinational marketing group. Her decade of experience in an international setting puts her fully at ease translating messaging from foreign markets to the US for our clients. Ségolène is responsible for the oversight of day to day Major Giving and Institutional Fundraising operations and strategy. She works with SOS SAHEL, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, and Liberation Route Europe, among others.
What is your #1 fundraising tip? Remember to thank your donors. A small thanks can go a long way!
Senior Account Director
Diana has over 13 years of experience in direct response fundraising. She launched her career at New York cultural institutions like The New York Public Library and the Whitney Museum of American Art, where she managed the membership and Annual Fund programs. Prior to Faircom, Diana oversaw the fundraising campaign strategies for organizations ranging from environmental to advocacy to animal welfare. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a B.A. in European history and still loves traveling through the continent exploring all the castles, churches, and historical sites. She currently works with Learning Ally, National Hemophilia Foundation, and National Urban League, among others.
What is on your bucket list? I would love to one day visit Peru and Brazil, climbing up Machu Picchu and discovering the Amazon rainforest.
Senior Account Director
Marissa is a results-driven direct marketer with over 15 years of fundraising experience leading the direct mail programs for non-profit clients, including The USO and Muscular Dystrophy Association.
She also has extensive experience in strategic and tactical development of direct marketing programs for high-profile corporations. Marissa led the department responsible for marketing to Empire BlueCross/BlueShield’s 4 million members, increasing customer satisfaction and retention. While at J.P. Morgan, she was a key member of the strategic marketing team that launched two new wealth management products via direct mail.
Marissa has an M.B.A. from NYU’s Stern School of Business and a B.S. in Finance from Wharton. While an undergraduate at Penn, Marissa was named “College Sportswriter of the Year,” by the Philadelphia Sportswriter’s Association. Her love of sports continues to this day.
What is your secret sauce? Using data-driven analytics to influence marketing decisions will result in enhanced profitability and maximize member lifetime value.
Since joining Faircom New York over six years ago, Tracy has worked in a variety of capacities ranging from answering phones and welcoming clients at the office to consulting and account services, strategy, editing, production of large donor mailings and serving as the day-to-day contact for many of Faircom New York’s clients. While at Faircom New York, Tracy has worked with a myriad of clients within various sectors of the nonprofit industry such as international relief groups like Action Against Hunger, healthcare organizations like Montefiore Medical Center, animal non-profits such as Valley Animal Center, and many more.
Tracy possesses a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from Berkeley College in New York. In her spare time (and even while at her desk), you can hear the slight echo of Celine Dion and Phil Collins’s voices radiating from her speakers. Tracy is a huge TV and music buff!
What is your favorite page on the Internet? YouTube! YouTube is a place to connect people—a live, up-close and personal stream of information. There is so much that can be viewed and learned from this site.
Suzanne is an innovative and creative direct marketing professional with over 15 years of experience designing and implementing multi-channel campaigns for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. She brings deep experience in direct mail channel management, as well as a passion for donor relations and stewardship. Prior to joining Faircom New York, Suzanne led the direct mail and stewardship communication strategies for Brown University’s major fundraising units. During her tenure with Brown she consistently increased revenue year over year for the programs she managed by designing and implementing data driven, donor centric programming. Her experience also includes direct marketing and client services roles at Allegiance Fundraising, The Kessler Group and CFM Direct. Suzanne holds a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
What is on your bucket list? Well, I love to travel, I’m in awe of the vast and varied beauty found in nature and (maybe weirdly) I’m a little obsessed with vintage Volkswagens so a road trip in an old Westfalia to visit all the western national parks is high on my list!
With over 10 years of direct marketing experience, Megan is particularly driven to draw philanthropists of all charitable sizes to the mission and frontline work of nonprofit organizations. As a college English major and self-proclaimed “word person,” she was surprised to learn in an early-career internship that, on top of crafting compelling stories, she loves analyzing data in pursuit of more effective fundraising strategies. A decade of Megan’s career was spent advocating for children and expectant mothers served by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, where she managed the direct response team and numerous annual giving programs. At Faircom, Megan is thrilled to work with a variety of organizations and missions, and contribute to the development and growth of clients’ donor bases.
What is on your bucket list? As a recent transplant to New York from California, my goal is to learn how to hail a cab like a local, find new playgrounds where my daughter can run out her wiggles, and figure out how to dress for snow.
Winnie joins the Faircom New York team from the world of politics; she previously managed strategic communications for several members of the New Jersey Legislature and coordinated direct mail and digital marketing for political candidates across the state. She offers clients a unique perspective, helping craft persuasive appeals and identifying opportunities for integration, optimizing campaign results and meeting donors where they are.
Winnie holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science from Rider University. Outside of the office, she is passionate about community service, music, and creative writing.
What is your favorite thing to do in NYC? Trying local restaurants or walking the High Line.
Senior Director of Global Philanthropy
Lindsay Long is the Senior Director of Global Philanthropy at FNY, and she brings over 10 years of experience in research, development and communications to the team. She has a background in a range of fundraising initiatives, including direct marketing, special events, and cultivation and stewardship of high net worth and institutional donors. Beyond development and execution of trainings for nonprofit boards and staff, Lindsay is a trusted presenter on trends and learnings in global philanthropy. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in geography and economics from McGill University in Montreal.
What is your #1 fundraising tip? Don’t take small donors for granted! They are often more generous as a percentage of income, and their giving is frequently unrestricted – the goldmine for a fundraiser. A culture of philanthropy should be present at all levels of the giving pyramid, so find unique ways to practice regular-level donor stewardship. By rightfully celebrating these important donors, you can set your work apart from other organizations, building long-term value through a loyal base of supporters.
Director of Global Philanthropy
Emilie jumped across the pond in 2017 from Paris where she worked with Faircom International, advising clients such as Eurordis, Institut Imagine, Institut Curie, and Institut Pasteur on their major donor fundraising strategy in Europe and abroad. She oversaw the design and implementation of many integrated communication and fundraising campaigns on local and international markets.
Emilie has over 15 years of experience in communications, marketing and fundraising, and has worked around the world in Paris, London and Sydney. She brings to Faircom a wealth of diverse experience in the non-profit sector as well as an in-depth understanding of international fundraising strategies.
What is your favorite thing to do in NYC? I find kayaking on the Hudson River exciting and relaxing at the same time, it’s a great way to experience NYC from a different perspective.
Senior Account Manager of Global Philanthropy
Flavia brings over 5 years of experience to Faircom New York. An enthusiastic member of the Global Philanthropy team, Flavia has a keen sensibility for advising nonprofits of varying scale and scope as they define and implement fundraising strategies through major donor and institutional giving programs, as well as developing communications tools and conceiving and implementing events from start to finish. Flavia received her B.A. from Tufts University where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Italian Studies. She speaks Italian and French.
What is your #1 fundraising tip? The three key elements of every nonprofit story are problem, solution, impact. Make sure your organization has a compelling story based on these elements, and then be sure to include an ask!
Account Manager of Global Philanthropy
Samantha is Account Manager of Global Philanthropy at FNY, bringing over 3 years of experience to the team. As Account Manager, she is involved in the development of fundraising strategies and communication tools for nonprofit clients of varying breadth and scope. Combining these strategies and tools with her expertise in research and event execution, Samantha helps to craft successful fundraising campaigns targeted at major donors, institutions and corporations. Her experience working in both the non-profit and for-profit markets has provided her with the unique opportunity to understand the keys to a successful campaign. Samantha graduated with a dual degree from the University of Delaware with a B.A. in Mass Communications and a B.S. in Agriculture, Natural Resources & Wildlife Conservation. Her background in environmental conservation studies in East Africa brings a unique perspective to her work at Faircom New York.
What is on your bucket list? Scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef! I recently became SCUBA certified, so I’m one step closer!
Account Associate of Global Philanthropy
Amanda brings 4 years of combined marketing, fundraising, and nonprofit experience to the FaircomNY team. Her previous work in brand engagement and institutional development have given her unique insights into how donors interact with nonprofits through their mission, values, and strategic goals. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Drew University and a M.A. in Museum Studies, concentrating on nonprofit management, from New York University. Outside of work she can be found exploring New York City and visiting its numerous museums.
What is on your bucket list? It’s always been a dream to volunteer at a panda sanctuary in China. They’re one of my favorite animals and I would love to be involved in the conservation effort.
Digital Marketing Manager
Adelie Landis’ passion for helping people is what led her to Faircom New York. As a digital marketing professional, she views herself as a champion for her community and people in need. Adelie brings more than six year’s experience building digital and social programs that achieve client goals and foster success. Prior to joining the team, Adelie served at Priority Marketing, working with both national and local clients in various industries to elevate their digital presence. She has a Bachelor of Science in Resort & Hospitality Management and Marketing from Florida Gulf Coast University and spent time working with The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel and NOISE Inc. during her studies. In her spare time, she is building her community project, The Endometriosis Foundation of Southwest Florida, and enjoys spending time with her fur children and digging into a great mystery.
Digital Marketing Manager
Carla brings over 4 years of marketing experience to the FaircomNY team. From her time at Montclair State Campus Recreation, she helped re-brand and strengthen their digital presence on social media, web, and email. She offers a unique and personalized approach to digital marketing implementation and strategy. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. For leisure, she enjoys visiting museums, hiking, and an avid reader of social science books. Fun fact: She is a volunteer Communications Coordinator for the American Sociological Association’s Consumers and Consumption section.
What is on your bucket list? Traveling to Japan, Greece, and France. I enjoy learning about and experiencing new cultures.
Director of Print Production
Patti is a seasoned leader in the print production field, providing her expertise and acute eye for the bottom line on direct marketing, promotion, collateral and out-of-home initiatives. She previously worked with companies like American Express, Citibank, and Euro RSCG (now Havas Advertising) before joining the Faircom New York team.
Patti received a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies from SUNY, Empire State College, 25 years after beginning a 2-year marketing concentration at CUNY, Bernard M. Baruch College—proof of her ability to see projects through to their completion, no matter how long the effort. She currently works on projects for Action Against Hunger, Montefiore Medical Center, the Partnership for the Homeless, and other Faircom New York clients.
What is your favorite thing to do in NYC? Visiting all of NYC’s great art museums and people watching.
Direct Mail Production Manager
Ron comes to the Faircom New York team with over 25 years of Direct Mail and Print Production experience. In the past he has managed large accounts such as The Smile Train, Chase Bank, and Liberty Mutual Insurance, to name a few. He has worked for various large advertising agencies within the New York City area. His sharp eye for detail and knowledge of the direct mail/print production world make him a great asset to the team.
Ron is also an experienced handyman (on the weekends) and has his own business. He can fix or repair just about anything that comes his way. In his spare time, he is usually busy changing a faucet, fixing a cabinet, or hanging shelves at his home or for one of his clients.
What is on your bucket list? Someday…. I hope to take a vacation to Hawaii. It’s a place that I’ve always wanted to visit and experience its beauty.
Senior Data Analyst
Yao received her B.S. in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from China Agricultural University in Beijing. She later moved from China to New York to earn her Masters in Statistics at Columbia University.
Yao consistently provides detailed insights into client data with models forecasting future earnings and new ways to examine ROI across numerous channels. By applying several advanced data tools such as SQL Server, Excel VBA and Tableau, Yao enhances the portfolio of standard reports with customized program testing, data visualization and trend predictions. These reports, tailored toward the specific needs of each client, give the agency a strategic approach to client planning and budgeting.
What is your favorite thing to do in NYC? Searching for different restaurants on Yelp and trying them one by one.
Sen received his two Master degrees in Applied Statistics and Information Management and certificate of advanced study in data science at Syracuse University. Sen hold his B.S degree in Actuarial Science at Ohio University. He is being selected as Alumni class leader in 2016. Sen was working at SALT (Social Computing System Lab) as Data Analyst and published a paper “Municipal police Departments on Facebook: What are They Posting and Are People Engaging?” at the 17th International Digital Government Research Conference. He is interesting in crowdsourcing, predictive modeling, texting mining, natural language processing and data mining. Currently, he is working on the predictive modeling for some of our clients.
Sen is from Beijing, China. He enjoys playing video games and traveling.
What is the first thing you do every morning? Walk my dog and feed her.
Creative Services Consultant
Linda has devoted 30+ years to direct response fundraising as a copywriter, creative director, agency co-owner and freelance writer and creative consultant.
She has worked with CARE, The Salvation Army, Catholic Relief Services, American Cancer Society, Food for the Poor, Habitat for Humanity, Christian Appalachian Project, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Easter Seals, ASPCA, and many others. Linda currently works with many of Faircom’s clients as a writer and creative consultant. Linda holds a BS in Business Administration with a major in Marketing from Drexel University.
What do you do for enjoyment?
I play make-believe with my toddler granddaughter who lives right next door. I also read, mostly magic realism.
Senior Vice President, Creative Services
People describe Tom as a happy guy. It’s probably because he’s doing what he loves. He’s obsessively detail-oriented and compulsively dedicated to good design. A generalist by nature, he has recently expanded his skill set with the addition of motion design. He’s also somewhat neurotic about typography. But in a good way.
Tom’s work has appeared in Graphic and Print Magazine and his web sites have been featured in Adobe Create Magazine. He studied graphic design at Penn State University and worked as a creative director in Pittsburgh and Washington, DC, before moving to Maine to start his own business. In his spare time, he enjoys working on his mixed-media collages, photography, kayaking, camping and experimental cooking.
TinYuet joined Faircom New York in the spring of 2015. Born in Hong Kong, she came to New York City to study design and illustration at the early age of 10. She graduated from Hunter College with two B.F.A. degrees in Fine and Studio Art, and Emerging Media. She currently works with the digital, account, and event teams to create unique designs for infographics, event materials, website layouts, and social media campaigns. She works with almost every client, including the Catholic Alumni Partnership, Inner City Fund Scholarship, and TechnoServe.
Outside of work, TinYuet hosts artist booths in Anime conventions throughout New York, New Jersey, Boston, and Washington D.C. She also enjoys karaoke and board games at the Uncommons!
What is the first thing you do every morning? Scroll through Tumblr posts from my favorite illustrators and nerdy fandom news.
Emily joined Faircom New York in the spring of 2015. She holds a B.S. in Zoology from Oswego State University and has completed graphic design programs at Hunter College and the School of Visual Arts. She works with all of the teams at Faircom, utilizing a variety of techniques to communicate visual information in an exciting and effective manner. Emily uses her unusual background in graphic design and the natural sciences to approach each project in a unique way.
What is the first thing you do every morning? Reluctantly roll out of bed and wander aimlessly around Prospect Park with my dog until I’m actually awake. Usually still wearing pajamas.
Jr. Digital Marketing Associate
Gabi joins the Faircom team fresh from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV where she holds a bachelor’s degree in Strategic Communications. She brings one year of design, creative strategy, social media, and branding experience from her time there. As a student, she had the opportunity to work with nonprofit clients such as Mon Valley Habitat for Humanity and Factoría Cultural, a community center focused on art and culture in Seville, Spain, which really sparked her interest in nonprofit marketing. Gabi has always loved writing and had a poem she wrote published in a book of poetry when she was in third grade.
What is on your bucket list? I really want to visit every country in Europe (or as many as I can!) and write about my adventures in each one.
Chief Barketing Officer
A veteran of the Faircom New York team for 8 years, Molly has had a strong paw in shaping Faircom’s current structure, and makes the final decision for all new hires. She has dedicated her life to improving the office atmosphere and lifting the spirits of her fellow staff members.
Molly’s hobbies include sleeping on chairs, sleeping under desks and barking during conference calls. As one of the senior members at Faircom, Molly offers a unique insider perspective on the world of fundraising and the life of an French office dog on her personal Instagram, @MollysMarketingTips.
What is the first thing you do every morning? Check out @mensweardog‘s most recent post on Instagram to see if I can ‘accidentally’ run into him on the street on my way to work.