Tuesdi Dyer, Executive Director of CFC International, is a Certified Fundraising Executive and Certified CCAT Facilitator.
Previosuly, Tuyesdi worked for 2 years as the Director of Strategic Solutions for the Nonprofit Leadership Center, where she worked closely with nonprofit leaders to create customized solutions to organizational challenges, large and small. She’s also conducted more than 40 training programs a year, and worked with more than 100 nonprofit organization boards and executives.
A native Texan and graduate of Texas A&M University, Tuesdi has been in nonprofit fundraising for more than 20 years. She began working for a small symphony orchestra in Texas in 1997, moving to Tampa in 1999 to work with The Spring of Tampa Bay. She was Senior Market Director of the American Diabetes Association, the Development Director of CASA, and served in the volunteer role as President of the Junior League of St. Petersburg.
In 2009, Tuesdi was recognized as Rising Star by the Tampa Bay Times, and Young Professional of the Year by the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce in 2010. She served as lead advisor for Women and Children’s issues on the 2013 St. Petersburg Mayoral Campaign. Additionally, she graduated in the Tampa Bay Public Leadership Institute’s 2013-2014 class. Tuesdi has served as a member on multiple boards, including: The Pinellas Education Foundation, the South County Council of the Juvenile Welfare Board, and CFC International. She is a provisional member of the Margaret Acheson Stuart Society.
Tuesdi lives with her husband, Brent, and two boys in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her youngest son, Emmett (Emmy) was diagnosed with CFC Syndrome in May 2014. He is currently 4 years old.
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- Fundraiser Confidential
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