Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort

Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort

Director, Texas Office, Alliance for Justice

Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort directs efforts to serve the Texas nonprofit community, the third-largest nonprofit community in the country. Prior to her current role, Natalie helped to create and run the Innocence Project of Texas, where she worked to successfully advocate on behalf of reforms designed to reduce the number of wrongful convictions and assist those reentering society after being unjustly confined.

Foundations as Conveners: Advancing Your Mission with Nonprofit Coalition Building

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Public and private foundations play a critical role in amplifying the voices of underserved communities and advancing important charitable causes. By convening grantees around shared missions and goals, grantmakers can strengthen and build grantee capacity to foster maximize impact.

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Investing in Change: How Funders Can Support Advocacy and Lobbying

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Private and public foundations can play a vital role in advocacy, both by engaging in advocacy themselves and by funding their grantees to advocate on the issues important to them.

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