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The Curtis Group Promotes Hilary Fulp to Vice President

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (January 30, 2024) — The Curtis Group, consultants to nonprofits, is pleased to announce the promotion of Hilary Fulp to vice president. In this new role, Fulp will be responsible for managing nonprofit clients and guiding campaigns throughout the country.

Fulp has been with the firm since 2017, joining as a client manager before being promoted to consultant and then senior consultant. Specifically, in these capacities, she led and developed strategy for clients’ planning studies, capacity-building initiatives, trainings and successful campaign management. During that time, Fulp was credited with supporting the missions of more than 30 nonprofit partners, helping them raise almost $60 million. These include her work with the Virginia Zoo, Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore, Easterseals DC MD VA, and Cohen Veterans Network in six locations throughout the country.

According to Keith Curtis, president and founder of the firm, “Hilary has consistently demonstrated exceptional leadership, commitment and passion. Her promotion is a testament to the impact she has had on the mission and work of nonprofits across the country, and we are confident that she will continue to drive positive change in her new role.”

In addition to her client work, Fulp is the co-chair of National Philanthropy Day and on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Hampton Roads chapter. She is also vice president of the board for the Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council. Fulp holds a degree in political science from John Carroll University and has received trainings from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, The Giving Institute and Virginia Fund Raising Institute.

For 35 years, The Curtis Group has consulted with more than 250 nonprofits throughout the country, helping them raise a billion dollars. The Curtis Group is a member of The Giving Institute, the nation’s research and thought leader on philanthropy. President Keith Curtis additionally is a past chair of Giving USA Foundation. Learn more at

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