Jane Kamp joined Schultz & Williams in 2019 after six years as Pennsylvania Ballet’s director of development and three years at a Center at the University of Pennsylvania in a similar role. For more than 23 years, Jane has served in nearly every facet of institutional advancement, helping nonprofit organizations in the fields of arts and culture, education and social services achieve their financial and strategic goals.

While at Pennsylvania Ballet, Jane led the development department during a time of institutional change, creating a program that achieved double digit increases annually in major giving. She also secured one-third of the funding for the Ballet’s $30 million capital campaign during its quiet phase.

Her previous advancement experience includes Board development and strategic planning at the Annenberg Center at Penn, annual giving at the Philadelphia Orchestra, special events and volunteer management at The Curtis Institute of Music, and corporate and employee fundraising for the United Way of Southeast Pennsylvania. Earlier in her career, she worked in the program offices of the National Council of Churches and the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries. She also served on the Board of Broad Street Ministries and a Chapter of the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral. Currently, Jane serves as the Chair of the Board of Lyric Fest leading the Board through strategic planning and the process of moving their founders and staff from consultants to employees and coordinating the systems to put that into place.

Jane lives in Philadelphia with her husband and is a Choral Scholar at the Episcopal Cathedral of Philadelphia. She is also a Trustee for Chester Eastside, Inc. in Chester, PA where she serves on the finance committee.



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