Development and Alumnae/i Relations
Vice President and Chief Development Officer

Patrick D. Kellogg is the Vice President and Chief Development Officer for Development and Alumnae/i Relations at Trinity. Patrick comes from a long background in advancement and philanthropy, both in higher education and the nonprofit arena. Serving in leadership positions at The College of William and Mary, University of Virginia, and Vassar College, Patrick brings a wealth of higher education knowledge and experience to Trinity.  He has worked on successful comprehensive campaigns totaling more than $3.6 billion for colleges and universities and has extensive experience planning, executing and completing major fundraising initiatives for a variety of nonprofit organizations.  Patrick has an undergraduate degree in history from Rider University and a master’s in education from William and Mary in higher education policy, planning and leadership.

 

Executive Director of Alumnae/i Giving and Engagement

Ashley Bianchi joined the Trinity family in July 2021 and brings a wealth of advancement experience in independent school, non-profit, and church development. Most recently, Ashley directed all annual giving, senior gift, reunion, and young alumni giving efforts at Georgetown Day School, raising nearly $2.5M annually. She was also a vital member of the team that raised $52M for the One GDS Campaign, having brought in 82% of campaign donors by emphasizing the importance of full community participation. Ashley significantly strengthened the culture of philanthropy through stewardship, volunteer recruitment and appreciation, integrated communications, and intentional diversity efforts in each organization with which she worked. Ashley received her bachelor’s degree from Wellesley College. Ashley can be reached at bianchia@trinitydc.edu or 202-884-9724.

 

Director of Donor Relations

Karen Gainor serves as the liaison for stewarding scholarships Karen is responsible for scholarship reporting, creating, developing and executing events and engagement opportunities for donors and students, closely supporting the Fundraising Officers in cultivating new and current donors, supporting Campaign initiatives, and other stewardship duties as deemed necessary. Karen also manages the strategic and day-to-day operations of the Development and Alumnae/i Relations Office. Karen completed her bachelor’s degree at Trinity and is currently enrolled in Trinity’s Master’s Program for Dynamic Leadership and Organizations. Contact Karen at gainork@trinitydc.edu or by phone at 202-884-9720.

 

Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations

Barbara Goliday joined the Development team in late November, 2019 with more than 20 years of experience in philanthropy, both as corporate funder and a development professional for large and small nonprofit organizations. Barbara comes to Trinity from American University where she worked closely with faculty to develop investment opportunities for corporate and foundation support. She was previously the Director of Development at a performing arts organization where she increased individual giving by 158% and secured its first major donor. As the first Director of Corporate & Foundation Giving at the Holy Cross Health Foundation, Barbara was responsible for creating and managing a comprehensive program to engage institutions in support of the health system. Her extensive experience cultivating relationships with institutions and individuals will serve us well here at Trinity. Barbara has an undergraduate degree in journalism from Howard University and a master’s degree in public communication from American University.

 

Assistant Director of Alumnae/i Engagement

Courtney Childs ’13 is a proud Washingtonian who earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from Trinity in 2013. She brings with her a wealth of experience garnered from her previous role as Associate Director, Donor Relations & Special Events at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington. Throughout her professional journey, Courtney has showcased her talents and versatility in various sectors, including the Federal Government, The National Museum of African American History and Culture, Howard University, and non-profit youth development organizations. Courtney’s expertise spans multiple disciplines. She brings experience in fundraising, program and event management, as well as marketing and communications. Courtney will focus on bridging the gap for our more recent alums and engendering a culture of inclusion and engagement for all Trinity graduates. Courtney can be reached by phone at 202-884-9731 or by email at childsco@trinitydc.edu.

 

Research and Records Manager

Christopher O’Connor is the Records & Research Manager. As the database manager for the Office of Development and Alumnae/i Relations, Chris is responsible for maintaining the accuracy, security, and integrity of alumnae and donor records.  In addition, Chris can be relied upon to furnish anything from an e-mail list of all graduates to guest lists of events. Chris is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.

 

 

Development Associate

Lindsay Washington serves as Trinity’s Development Associate and is responsible for all phases of gift processing, records updates, and research in the Office of Development and Alumnae/i Relations. Lindsay is a native Washingtonian and graduated from Trinity Washington University in May of 2019 with a Bachelors in Sociology. She previously held several positions with the Department of Employment Services. As an alumna, Lindsay is honored and excited to be back at Trinity. Contact Lindsay by phone, 202-884-9731, or email, washingtonli@trinitydc.edu.