Bryan Baker, Director of Development, Northwest Justice Project
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Bryan Baker has more than 20 years of nonprofit leadership experience in program management, operations, and fundraising roles. He is currently Director of Development at Northwest Justice Project (NJP) where he works closely with staff and board members to nourish a culture of philanthropy as he grows the organization’s first private resource development program.
Prior to NJP, he breathed new life into fundraising at Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets to avert program closure and build a strong and engaged donor base.
Since 2015, Bryan has participated on Advancement Northwest’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access committee and this year serves as the Vice President. He is also Vice President on the board of Helpline House on Bainbridge Island, where he has lived with his family since 2003.
Bryan completed his B.A. at the Evergreen State College and earned his M.A. at Antioch University Seattle with a strong focus on social work and community engagement.