Pamela Deutsch is an independent marketing consultant who specializes in advising  and writing for non-profit organizations.

She has served as Director of Development for the Israel Association of Community Centers, Director of Development for the Hartman Institute and as Director of Donor Affairs for the Jewish Agency.

Through Shatil, the Pradler Program and more recently Kimron, Pamela consults for and mentors a variety of non-profit organizations. She specializes in program conceptualization, organizational development and promotion, the development of strategic fundraising plans for both ongoing organizational needs and capital campaigns, budget analysis, and the creation of marketing materials.

Pamela teaches both basic and advanced fundraising courses as well leading seminars for individuals and organizations just beginning the fund raising process. She is very successful in involving course/seminar participants in not only helping themselves but in teamwork to help each other.

Recently, Pamela has begun to do more and more writing for Israeli based non-profits and has begun writing a series of profiles of Israelis involved or affected by local organizations.

In addition, Pamela has broad experience performing due diligence on non-profit organizations and can provide potential donors with information regarding the effectiveness of their contributions and how to build evaluation into projects that they choose to fund so that the effectiveness of their contributions can be measured.