Craig Rocklin has served as a fundraising professional in the Baltimore/Washington community for more than thirty years. He has successfully raised money for small and large, local, national and international non-profits alike. Organizations for which he has worked include the Open Society Institute, Children’s Defense Fund, the American Red Cross National Headquarters, the Human Rights Campaign, and the Maryland Food Committee. He also has experience in academia, having recently served as Director of Advancement and Alumni Relations at George Mason University’s School of Policy and Government, now the Schar School.
Craig has served as a long-time leader with the Association of Fundraising Professionals and currently serves on the board of LearnServe International, an organization that trains young people to pursue their interests in social entrepreneurship.
Craig completed his master’s degree in Organization Development and Knowledge Management at George Mason University and received his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University.
He is pleased to join the Fulbright Association as its Director of Development and looks forward to the opportunity to insure a bright future for one of this country’s most important assets, the free flow of ideas and the power of personal diplomacy