Katrina has been developing successful fundraiser recognition programs for organizations like the American Lung Association, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Special Olympics, and the Alzheimer’s Association since 1989, when she founded Turnkey. Her client’s successes and her dedication to research have made her a sought-after speaker, presenting at national conferences for Blackbaud, Peer to Peer Professional Forum, Nonprofit Pro P2P and her clients’ national meetings, to name a few. Katrina also regularly shares her wit and business experiences on NonProfit PRO as a blogger on “Peeling the Onion.” When not writing or researching, Katrina likes to make things – furniture from reclaimed wood, new gardens, food with no recipe. Katrina’s favorite Saturday is spent cleaning out the garage, mowing the grass, making something new, all while listening to loud music by now-deceased black women, throwing in a few sets on the weight bench off and on, then collapsing on the couch with her husband Otis to gang-watch new Netflix series whilst drinking sauvignon blanc. Katrina grew up on a Virginia beef cattle and tobacco farm with her three brothers. She is accordingly skilled in hand to hand combat and witty repartee – skills gained at the expense of her brothers. Katrina’s claim to fame is having made it to the “American Gladiator” Richmond competition as a finalist in her late 20’s, progressing in the competition until a strangely large blonde woman knocked her off a pedestal with an oversized pain-inducing Q-tip. Katrina’s mantra for life is “Be nice. Do good. Embrace embarrassment.” Clearly she’s got #3 down.
Steve is from RVA. He played D1 football at a little military college in VA back in the 80s. Still keeps active... yet in maintenance mode! Most of his last 25 years has been spent in leadership roles with emerging companies... loves the fast paced excitement! His free time is spent with his wife and teenage boys, hiking Blue Ridge mountain ranges, enjoying the Mid-Atlantic beaches and finding the essence from within.
Otis was trained as a neuropsychologist and has spent the last 20 years using his background in psychology working primarily with multi-national education companies. For ten years, he was the SVP for Government Relations for MetaMetrics, Inc., a psychometric R&D company in Research Triangle, North Carolina. He has been a consultant since 2010. In addition to Turnkey, his current clients include Pearson Education and CogniSens, Inc., a "human potentials" firm affiliated with the University of Montreal. He has degrees in social psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Virginia, where he also played on its first ACC Champion basketball team. He had a brief gig as an actor, but fortunately did not give up his day job.
Stacey is focused on making a difference. She has spent most of her professional career in the non profit space. She oversaw the Cookie Program for Richmond’s local Girl Scout Council and has proudly ruined more diets than we dare to mention. She brings knowledge and humor into the daily operations of Turnkey. She has 5 children and 2 grandchildren that keep her very busy in her personal life.
Jo Anne has spent her entire career selling solutions and services to National and International Organizations. After receiving a BS in Computer Science from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Jo Anne moved to New York City with a job in the computer industry selling to National Accounts. She then transitioned into the Computer Aided Design Field selling complex tools and services for designing integrated circuits. She then transitioned again to a company that provided supply chain management services to design and produce integrated circuits for our clients. One well known product was the chip for an early Apple IPod. Jo Anne developed the sales organization for that company in Europe and Israel which afforded her extensive travel across the region. Jo Anne moved to Virginia 4 years ago looking for a lifestyle change. This desire ultimately led her to Turnkey where she found her talents for selling complex services could dramatically impact the results of the organization. And to top it off, she is delighted to also help those in need in the process! Outside of Turnkey, Jo Anne enjoys living in downtown Richmond, exploring the history and trying new restaurants. She also loves to travel to New York City to visit her daughter. And she is always looking for an opportunity to go sailing.
George is a jack of all trades but master of none. He attended LaGrange College for Theatre and Creative Writing. After college, George pursued a job in the world of computers where he has spent 13 years designing websites and learning other IT skills. For Turnkey, he works on pretty much everything IT related. Outside of Turnkey, he writes stories and plays bass in a popular Richmond cover band. George is also an avid collector of POP! Vinyl figures.
You know those great people in history, you look back and wonder if they were always meant to be successful. Like Simba, Catherine the Great, and Rocky. That is Kate Bullard. Always of the competitive spirit, Kate grew up playing travel sports in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Coming from a military family, Kate's parents taught a wonderfully nuanced blend of hard work, detail-oriented conversation, and fierce loyalty to one's cause. This upbringing, and Kate's never-ending drive of excellence has led to her being Turnkey's first specialized Project Manager. As a project manager, she is able to pursue her passion in root cause analytics, process development and workflow troubleshooting, all while building customer relationships and ensuring the customer receives what is promised.
Her passions outside of work include CrossFit, dog petting, and hanging out with family and friends.
Ana is happily married with two children (a six-month old and a two-year-old). With two little ones she is always busy! Outside of work, she spends quality time with her family. Soccer is what unites them all at least once a week. If she ever finds some spare time, she enjoys reading and drawing. On Saturdays, she teaches ESL at her Church.
Vickie has been working in the nonprofit sector most of her career in senior leadership roles with both large and small nonprofits. Her career passion is around peer to peer fundraising, and found her early career “joy” with Relay For Life when it was an unknown entity.
She enjoys building and enhancing programs and has had the opportunity to implement many changes within the organizations she has worked with.
Her personal passion encompassing her free time are her four grandbabies, travel both domestic and international, photography (primarily wildlife) and walking or hiking.
Ryan is a VT physics graduate with special interests in astrophysics and soft matter physics. His undergraduate research was replicating the self-assembly of biopolymers through Molecular Dynamics simulations. When he is not working, Ryan loves to be out hiking out in Appalachia, relaxing on the beach, or playing glorious video games on his custom desktop.
Just as Disney has Tinkerbell, Turnkey has Allison, the certificate fairy. She has an extensive background in client care, hospitality, and office and data management. At Turnkey, Allison uses a bit more than faith, trust, and pixie dust to turn our non-profits client’s data into gifts of thanks for their hard-working fundraisers. She was born in central Florida, along with her love of all things Disney and aquatic. Away from Turnkey, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, swimming as often as possible, reading, music, sewing, cooking and preserving food, and championing the Oxford comma.
Johnathan began his professional journey as a Soldier in the US Army. However, later in life he realized he had a natural ability to troubleshoot computer hardware and software.This led to him working for companies such as Hewlett Packard and then Apple before joining the team at Turnkey.
An "out of the box" problem-solving approach coupled with his curiosity to truly understand the root cause behind issues has helped him gain success throughout his career. Johnathan continues to use the skills he has developed from his experiences with each interaction and job he works on to continue his path toward success with Turnkey.
Annika graduated from the University of Virginia with dual degrees in Spanish and Global Development Studies, and is thrilled to join Turnkey in its mission to help nonprofits achieve their full potential. An attraction to service-oriented positions made her an RA in college, a barista, a volunteer at a housing nonprofit in Bolivia, and now an enthusiastic team player at Turnkey.
In her spare time, she’s an avid explorer, treasure hunter, and environmentalist. She travels whenever possible, can often be found scouring thrift shops, and strives to live more sustainably every day. She also loves hanging out with her family, friends, and partner, and petting every cat she meets.
Who would have thought when Nancy answered an ad for a couple days of packing in the warehouse for extra income 7 years ago, that she would grow into being the Logistics Director and for fun, Invoicing. True story.
She studied Business Math and Accounting in a previous life. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, reading and being a guinea pig for her husband’s latest recipe that he just has to cook.
When she's not working, Buffy loves spending time with her family and grandchildren.
Gregory is a hard working father and husband. He is motivated by family to achieve success. Favorite Quote: By Colin Powell: “There is no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.”
Andrew has over 15 years of experience developing, testing and maintaining enterprise software applications. He has designed many advanced applications and analyzed new technologies to remain a leader in setting industry standards. Andrew graduated from the University of North Georgia and enjoys spending time with his wife and several feline companions.
Megan has specialized in Peer-to-Peer Fundraising for most of her career. She has worked and created significant revenue growth for Team In Training’s Marathon Program (LLS) and for Susan G. Komen where she was a National Race Revenue Manager and later oversaw SGK’s national DIY fundraising efforts.
Her fundraising days started as early as elementary school where she was the top cookie seller in her Girl Scout Troop two years in a row. The highlight of her personal fundraising career was in 2015, the 20th anniversary of her father’s passing, where she completed 20 endurance events across the country and raised over $150,000 with Team Rooster for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
In her free time Megan enjoys traveling (she has a goal to run a marathon in every state), being active, spending time with friends and family, and trying new things (next up is golf lessons).
Jaymey is a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) with over 20 years’ experience working in nonprofit management, fundraising and training. Her unique blend of experience in both nonprofit and corporate event and meeting management make her a great partner in creating and producing training and leadership experiences focused on fundraising and organizational strategy.
Her experience in end-to-end event management and planning will help your organization deliver quality training experiences. Jaymey’s credential as a CMP places her in a select group of individuals recognized globally with the badge of excellence in the events industry.
She enjoys creating incredible attendee experiences that move volunteers and staff to action through training, coaching and empowerment. Building and enhancing program structure and creating volunteer leadership infrastructures are just a few of Jaymey’s super powers.
As a Scorpio, Tracey devoted the first part of her life to traveling throughout the United States, Europe, and Southeast Asia in the pursuit of academic excellence. Her degree in Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University, provided the foundation for her zeal in the sociological approach to the study of organizations and markets. She has spent her career leading customer-centric business environments to greatness, using an artful blend of her interpersonal skills, strategic leadership, and focus on organizational behavior. Her passion for non-profits (and alliteration), has propelled her to preside on the Board of Directors for two philanthropic organizations in Greater Richmond. In her constant pursuit of nourishment to feed her competitive spirit, she has become an avid tennis player, skier, and runner, oh my! As a Libra now, she immerses herself in the lives that move her – her amazing husband, three girls, two boys, and four dogs.