Larry C Johnson
Larry believes in the power of relationships, in the power of philanthropy, to create a better place and transform lives.
Larry coaches worthy causes to achieve real impact by building stable revenue streams and guides philanthropists to realize their visions through informed generosity. With over twenty-five years of experience in charitable fundraising and philanthropy, Larry knows that financial sustainability and scalability is possible for any nonprofit organization or charitable cause.
Larry is the author of the award-wining book, The Eight Principles of Sustainable Fundraising and was named Outstanding Development Executive by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2010. The Wall Street Business Network ranks him in the Top 15 Fundraising Consultants in the United States. He serves on numerous boards including the advisory council of The Carter Center, the philanthropy of the 39th President of the United States. Larry is a graduate of Yale University and holds the CFRE distinction.
Larry and his wife, Connie, live near Boise Idaho. They enjoy backcountry horseback riding, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and hiking in the Rockies. He hits the open road on his Harley as often as time permits and is an amateur photographer of the West. You can also find him in his tree house at home simply reading a good book.