What we Do
We use proven fund development models and maximize the value of cross-functional teams:
- Evaluate potential opportunities to position all parties for optimal success and impact.
We understand a dynamic environment requires ongoing and consistent leadership engagement:
- Strategic plan analysis and enhancements
- Board analysis and development
- Interim support (Strategist, DEI & Proposal development)
CEO & Chief Strategist
Dianna Campbell brings a mission-driven, results-oriented approach to leading change for her clients. With over twenty years of experience in organizational development, fund/strategic development, marketing, business development, board recruitment, and team management, she has led fundraising efforts to secure sustainable growth through six- and seven-figure multi-year partnerships with Fortune 50 companies, philanthropic foundations and individuals. Her experience includes national brand campaigns, cause-related marketing, social enterprise business development and technology solutions to serve vulnerable and underserved populations. To date, Campbell has personally secured over $130M and managed teams to secure close to $500M in program support for organizations including Points of Light Foundation, National 4H Council, Alliance for Healthier Generation, Rescue – Behavior Change Company and National Council on Aging.
“Knowing my clients have surpassed their social impact goals and improved their financial position absolutely fuels me. At DiCam, we move with a sense of purpose and shared commitment to partnership success.”
Our Team and Values
Our success is rooted in how we approach our work to ensure outcomes are consistent with our clients’ missions and that measurable impact advances their work. Our diverse set of clients all have the same goal – to make important and lasting contributions to our world. We too share this ambition. The DiCam core team tenets are rooted in
Marjory Moore, VP Partnerships – offers more than 25 years of experience leading strategic partnerships, foundation relations, sponsorship sales, and communications for national associations, universities, and museums. She has twice served as an inaugural chief development officer establishing development operations and building high-performing fundraising teams from the ground up and has planned and managed capital campaigns. Moore has personally cultivated and secured six- and seven-figure multi-year gifts and grants from many of the world’s leading companies and prominent philanthropic foundations in the US.
With a strong background in women’s issues and commitment to equity and inclusion, Moore spent the last 10 years leading corporate and foundation relations for mission-driven national associations including the National Family & Reproductive Health Association that advocates for access to healthcare for low-income women and girls, and the LGBTQ communities. Previously, Moore led Corporate Membership and Development for the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), delivering $10 million annually to educate women entrepreneurs and certify them for participation in the supplier diversity programs of the Fortune 1000.
Moore earned her B.A. from Ithaca College in Communication Studies and holds a master’s degree in Higher Education, Policy, Planning and Administration from the University of Maryland, College Park. She received a certificate in executive management from Dartmouth College and currently serves on the advisory board for the Customer Experience Certificate Program at the University of Richmond.
Gina D. Brown – Sr. Director, Client Services with DiCam Strategic Solutions and serves as a fund development and technical advisor. Gina is passionate about merging the diverse functions of business development and technology to help her clients fulfill their strategic vision, improve efficiencies, and drive value to meet their business and philanthropic objectives. Brown is results-oriented with a client focus to achieve optimal satisfaction, retention, while growing revenue and profitability.
For over 12 years with a national impact focused nonprofit, Gina executed effective account strategies to drive solutions that measure value and expand the growth of clients through sales, support processes, and strategic development, for a proprietary digital product. She has worked with some of the nation’s largest Fortune 500 companies to develop five and six figure partnership and sell products that impact people. As a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Gina collaborates cross-functionally with internal and external stakeholders to achieve success and bring projects to fruition. Gina holds a BA in Political Science from Hampton University, an MBA, and Master of Science in Management, Nonprofit and Association Management from the University of Maryland.