Your mission is our mission
We draw from a deep bench of highly successful fundraising professionals, former nonprofit leaders and direct service providers, and consultants from overlapping industries to deliver results for our clients. And while our specialty is foundation fundraising and grant writing, we are much more than grant writers.
Sonya B. Page
PARTNER & Consultant
Sonya brings a decade of frontline fundraising experience to Page Consulting from some of the nation’s top nonprofit organizations. She began her career as a Grant Writer for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington before going on to become the Manager of Foundation Relations at the Greater Boston Food Bank. As Director of Development for Corporate and Foundation Relations at Massachusetts General Hospital, Sonya led foundation fundraising efforts for the Mass General Cancer Center and several other diverse health and education programs.
Sonya is passionate about contributing to the growth of the nonprofit sector, and has been recognized by donors and colleagues alike for her professionalism, collaborative approach, and commitment to transparency. She received a Bachelor of Arts in English and American Studies from Wesleyan University and a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University, where she held the Waldemar A. Nielsen Philanthropy Fellowship. Sonya is a Board member of Boston Day and Evening Academy.
PARTNER & Consultant
Martina is an experienced environmental consultant who has worked with federal, state, and regional agencies across the United States and Hawai’i over the last ten years. As an environmental scientist at Eastern Research Group, Inc. (Boston, Massachusetts), she provided lead technical support and project management for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Environmental Protection Agency, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, and Northeast Regional Ocean Council. Martina’s technical knowledge of environmental datasets and geospatial tools/analysis combined with her ability to engage a wide-variety of stakeholders across all sectors, including federal, state, local, and tribal governments, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector enabled her to successfully complete coastal management and planning projects, public health assessments, stakeholder analyses, and economic assessments.
Martina’s professional and personal experiences have led her to the nonprofit sector where she hopes to support clients who share her passion and commitment to improving and protecting the environment and health of the public. Martina received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Environmental Studies from Wesleyan University and a Master of Environmental Management and Geospatial Analysis Certificate from Duke University.
Partner & Consultant
Matthew brings nonprofit executive and direct program experience to Page Consulting. He served as Executive Director of The Second Step, a domestic violence agency based in Newton, Massachusetts, after developing and leading the organization’s Youth and Prevention Programs and overseeing foundation fundraising and new government contracts. Prior to his work at The Second Step, Matthew was a longtime hotline counselor at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC), and taught ESL and GED classes for street-involved and undocumented youth in some of Massachusetts’ most under-resourced communities. He is an experienced writer, and has overseen and managed government contracts worth millions of dollars annually. Matthew understands the challenges, pressures, and opportunities that nonprofits face across operations and fundraising, and he brings that unique perspective to bear in his work with Page Consulting.
Matthew holds a BA from the University of Colorado Boulder, and an MA from Cornell University. Outside of work, you’re likely to find him skiing, climbing, or running in his home state of Colorado.
Nicole is a data- and values-driven nonprofit leader with over twelve years of experience in advocacy, public policy, and program management. She has worked in the field of domestic and sexual violence survivor advocacy in a variety of settings from healthcare to community-based organizations in Central New York, Massachusetts, and Colorado. Nicole is passionate about helping teams and organizations articulate complex topics to diverse stakeholders, and brings extensive experience in coaching diverse teams, setting mission-driven goals, and implementing evidence-based practices.
Nicole holds a BA from the University of Colorado Boulder and an MDiv from Harvard University. She also holds certificates in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Tufts University, as well as in Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts Boston. Nicole is a committed volunteer, and has served on a number of nonprofit boards that focus on reproductive justice, ending intimate partner violence, supporting LGBTQ youth, and promoting the advancement of women in politics. She has also been actively engaged in local and national efforts to support Latinx communities in technology and civic engagement. Nicole currently resides in Denver, Colorado.
With an extensive background in nonprofit and NGO program administration, Caroline has focused her career on empowering professionals to take action in their local institutions and communities by securing access to vital resources including professional development and training. Her work has emphasized the dissemination of knowledge and best practices, promoting program access to individuals from underrepresented groups, fostering continued improvement by implementing lessons learned, and developing a sense of shared purposes and collaboration across diverse networks of participants. She has administered projects sponsored by USAID and the U.S. Department of State.
Caroline holds a B.A. from the College of William and Mary where she studied anthropology and Russian language and literature, and an M.A. in international education from The George Washington University. She has served abroad as a community health educator in the Peace Corps in Turkmenistan and as an educational evaluator in Kyrgyzstan. After many years in Washington, DC, she currently lives in Charlottesville, VA.
Vicki brings over a decade of research, education, and community organizing experience to Page Consulting. Her involvement in social movements has led her to write on immigrant rights, worker rights, and racial justice. She is also an Instructor at the California Institute of Integral Studies in the Interdisciplinary Studies department. Before beginning her career in higher education and grant consulting, she helped lead campaigns to improve wages and healthcare with the SEIU Long-Term Care Workers Union. Her experience collaborating with a diversity of nonprofits speaks to her passion to support any organization with a mission to create a more just world.
Vicki holds a MA in Anthropology and Social Change from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and a BA in Anthropology from the University of California. She is a member of the Global Grant Writers Collective. Vicki resides on the unceded territory of the Awaswas-speaking Uypi Tribe, in Santa Cruz, California.
With over 15 years of experience teaching and consulting, Persis has focused her work on collaborating with cultural heritage organizations to help them obtain the resources necessary to fund social justice initiatives and preserve their cultural identity. With advanced degrees in archaeology and international relations, Persis has worked extensively throughout the United States and abroad. Her past experience includes working in Washington, D.C. with the Department of the Interior supporting federal grant applicants. Persis continues to work towards bridging the gap between government policy and the people it serves.
Persis holds a BA degree from the University of the Pacific, and MA degrees from the Anglo American University in Prague and the University of Glasgow in Scotland. She is currently based in California.
Jack is a grant writing consultant with over 10 years of experience in higher education as a researcher, writer, professor, editorial assistant, and administrator. As a Researcher and Professor, he concentrated on historical and contemporary issues of gender, sex, race, and class as they intersect with institutions of power, policy, and culture. His grant writing expertise is demonstrated in the 6 different internal and external grant awards he received as a Ph.D. candidate. As an Editorial Assistant at Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, he worked to build out the Journal’s original three open-access digital publications and their corresponding digital archives. He has also been engaged in LGBTQ philanthropy, as a member of Fenway Health’s Young Leaders Council Steering Committee, where he led and supported advocacy campaigns and community engagement events for several years.
Jack is passionate about putting his research and writing skills into practice and looks forward to aiding clients’ strategic growth and development. He earned a Ph.D. in History from Northeastern University, an M.A. in History from SUNY Albany, and B.A. in History and Secondary Education from Saint Michael’s College.
“Having access to Page Consulting’s knowledge of how the industry works has been huge for us.”
"She not only brought in funding for us, she taught me how to be more self-sufficient and sustainable which is essential for nonprofits in the early stages"