Trevor Law has more than 30 years of experience in major and principal gifts fundraising, specializing in capital campaigns, campaign and strategic planning, planning studies, donor strategy, cultivating and soliciting 7-figure gifts, planned giving, and international fundraising.
Prior to becoming a consultant, Trevor created a start-up development program in Asia for Johns Hopkins University that quickly grew to $6.5 million in 3 years from new unknown donors in markets where philanthropy was a relatively new concept. He also directed a successful $450 million capital campaign for Habitat for Humanity Asia-Pacific across 23 countries, served as director of development for The Nature Conservancy’s Vermont Chapter and campaign associate for its Connecticut Chapter. Both chapters maintained strong global interests and connections, sparking Trevor’s interest and expertise in international fundraising. Trevor’s resume also includes both vice president for development and planned giving director for Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles.
Trevor holds a Master of Business Administration from Yale University’s School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy with honors from Northwestern University.