"Together, ordinary people can achieve extraordinary results." - Becka Schoettle


Jennifer Noparstak

Shorewood, Wisconsin

Jennifer brings two decades of experience in fundraising, leadership and community development, team management, and critical thinking. Clients appreciate the strategic, adaptable, and empathetic approach she brings to her nonprofit work. Jennifer most recently worked as Vice President, Annual Campaign at The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, and  has also held development leadership roles at the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and Baltimore Child Abuse Center (now, Lifebridge Health’s Center for Hope). Jennifer’s greatest strength is building strong, collaborative relationships with lay leaders, volunteers, organizational and community stakeholders, and colleagues. 



Recent clients


  • University of Michigan, Master of Social Work with a concentration in Non-Profit Management and Community Organizing
  • Certificate in Jewish Studies (Sol Drachler Program in Jewish Communal Leadership)


Jennifer loves working on crossword puzzles, playing Scrabble, traveling, hiking, singing, tap dancing, listening to music, cooking (and eating), sipping a good glass of wine, and spending time with friends and family.