Senior Director of Institutional Giving | Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta
Kyle Walcott serves as the Senior Director of Institutional Giving for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, where he oversees strategic partnerships and grant relationships with corporate and foundation prospects. Since beginning his fundraising career in 2015, he’s secured approximately $12 million dollars in funds from foundations, corporations, and individuals for programmatic initiatives and special events within the nonprofit education industry. Prior to his current role, he served as the Manager of Development and Communications for the Ron Clark Academy, a highly-acclaimed nonprofit middle school in Atlanta. Within the community, after leading as Vice President from 2019-2021, Kyle just completed a two-year term as President of the Emerging 100 of Atlanta, the young professional auxiliary of the 100 Black Men of Atlanta. Also, he is a graduate of LEAD Atlanta’s Class of 2022. Kyle earned his bachelor of business administration degree in marketing from Georgia State University and resides in Atlanta’s West End neighborhood.
Overview: Colleges, universities and the local community have reached an opportune time in which young black men and women are yearning for mentors to assist with navigating careers and personal affairs. Additionally, they are looking to join organizations for a sense of belonging, but with leadership or advisement that have intentional goals and objectives. Emerging 100 chapters can provide this sense of community through service, programming, and healthy debates in the community. These chapters are wanted, needed, and impactful when provided efficient oversight. How bad do you desire to Impact the lives of young people on college campuses and in the community? During this workshop, members will have the opportunity to learn and understand the fundamentals of fostering and sustaining a successful Emerging 100 Chapter and how the 100 Black Men can be beneficial in supporting this effort.