Anne M. Maxfield, life-long resident of northern Kentucky, has parlayed her years of experience in business
development, fund development, board work, and executive leadership to help nonprofit organizations grow
Ms. Maxfield has a unique blend of business experience, problem-solving skills, and an effective leadership
style integrating collaboration with consensus building, yet she is never fearful of being candid with her clients.
This has served her well throughout her career in supporting companies, organizations, and their leaders in the
greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky area. She has a proven track record of measurable results in
philanthropy and fundraising throughout her career. In her consulting practice, she works with C-Suite
executives in support of effective governance, strategic planning, retreats, philanthropic strategies, proper
revenue streams for sustainability, executive recruitment and more.
Understanding the complexity of today’s nonprofit environment has occupied Ms. Maxfield’s life for many
years. She has extended her education beyond university (BA from Northern Kentucky University) to include
nonprofit executive leadership training at University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana; coaching and
training for professional image enhancement; advanced consultative selling training (SalesAbility); and
numerous workshops to strengthen her skills and knowledge in various business disciplines.
Maxfield launched her nonprofit consulting business in July of 2013 and has worked with 84 nonprofit
organizations in five states. She has boundless energy and a drive to solve business challenges. In addition, her
vast network of contacts and service to the community (boards, tasks forces, and committees in the greater
Cincinnati area for over 25 years) positions her well to help nonprofit organizations advance their mission.
Maxfield is a voracious reader, a prolific traveler, loves gardening, walking, crocheting, cooking, and being
with family and friends.
“The CBC has provided me the opportunity to network with other local business leaders. Being new to the area this has become a valuable resource.”