Tera Wozniak


I have a strong passion for the nonprofit community and have devoted much of my time over the past few years learning about how the nonprofit community is managed. I have strong leadership and project management skills that have lead me to lead in various positions. My favorite work environments include organizations that have a strong focus on innovation, entrepreneurship, and community benefit.



Work History

Work History
Feb 2007 - Present

Program Assistant

Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership
  • Assisted in launching the redesigned Nonprofit Good Practice Guide
  • Assist in redeveloping the Nonprofit Good Practice Guide's online presence
  • Co-wrote federal Compassion Grant for a capacity building program
  • Design and distribute several marketing tools for department workshops
  • Develop program evaluations
  • Manage student assistants
  • Plan series of seminars for nonprofit executives and emerging leaders
  • Project manage the NP2020 Initiative
  • Research good practices for use in a community database
  • Worked with web designer to create color schemes for new Nonprofit Good Practice Guide Faces websites
Jan 2006 - Dec 2006

Major Gifts Assistant, Loaned Executive

Heart of West Michigan United Way
  • Assisted the community investment team
  • Conducted research for the community investment team
  • Coordinated correspondence with the Alexis de Tocqueville Society
  • Coordinated events and meetings for the Women's Leadership Council
  • Led employee campaigns in various companies as a Loaned Executive
  • Presented local data yo Children's Community Board