Capital Campaign Manager and Fundraising Consultant
Liza Springmeyer joined Pathway Associates with a passion to improve the quality of life in our community by building strong relationships between the organizations that make this state great and those who have the capacity to make significant mission impact. She excels in motivating leadership teams in meaningful donor engagement to create effective and long-term partnerships. Her specialties include capital campaign management, major gifts, and donor acknowledgment program development, capital campaign feasibility study facilitation, and working with organizations to create comprehensive fundraising and donor stewardship plans. Liza has a proven record of successes. Before joining Pathway Associates, she managed the $11 million capital campaign to fund the expansion and renovation of the Ronald McDonald House and add a Ronald McDonald Family Room in Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Liza also recently completed the $12 million Thrive Campaign for Peace House, a domestic violence prevention, shelter and support organization serving Summit and Wasatch Counties. She has experience helping diverse communities and diverse causes such as the Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake and the Friends of Cedar Mesa in Bluff, Utah. Liza grew up in Salt Lake City and graduated from Rowland Hall-St. Mark’s. After completing her degree at Colorado College, she served as a wilderness therapy instructor before she spent two years in Matsumoto City Japan teaching English and promoting the Sister City goal of Peace through People. Upon returning to Utah, she has focused on improving our community by working with nonprofit organizations. Liza has a Fund Development Certificate from the University of Utah Nonprofit Academy of Excellence and is a graduate of Leadership Utah through the Salt Lake Chamber. She currently serves as a board member for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Utah and the Alta Club.