Founded in 2022, Osprey Strategy Group (OSG) seeks to provide evidence-based, concrete, actionable, and lucrative advice to nonprofits in New England and beyond. With a combined 30+ year career in nonprofits, Rebekah and Justin bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to any project.
We approach our work with the spirit of the Osprey, who does not wait for a fish to jump out of the water to grab it. We look forward to diving in with you to problem-solve, strengthen foundations, and strategize towards success.
Founder and Principal
Rebekah has a passion for forging powerful and productive connections between organizations and the people who can help them. With over 15 years in development and nonprofit leadership, Rebekah has raised more than $400,000,000, led high-performing teams, and created clear and comprehensive project-based and strategic plans.
Her experience spans mission-driven, grateful patient, and alumni-based fundraising and direct marketing. As Senior Director of Development and Community Relations at Sweetser, Rebekah combined and modernized the organization’s development and communications teams, leading to an 80% increase in funds raised in under 1 year. At Harvard University, Rebekah played a critical role on the team that closed a $375,000,000 gift from China and helped launch the Harvard Global Advisory Council. As Director of Development at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, Rebekah successfully led her team to increased success each year and served on the Dean’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Working for smaller nonprofits early in her career taught Rebekah how to capture the hearts of key partners, whether they be billionaires or neighborhood business owners.
Rebekah earned an A.B. from Bowdoin College, where she studied classical archaeology, as well as an M.Ed. from Harvard University focused on leadership and administration. She proudly serves on the board of the Brunswick Community Education Foundation.
As a firm believer in the power and possibility that comes from combining potential with the spark of opportunity, Justin is passionate about helping non-profits realize their potential for impact. With nearly 20 years of non-profit experience spanning direct service, program management, fundraising, strategic growth, and executive leadership; Justin has spent his career working to dismantle broken systems and structures, to ensure that opportunity exists for all, and not just the privileged.
Justin currently serves as Executive Director of Full Plates Full Potential -- an organization combating childhood food insecurity in Maine–helping to set and execute organizational vision and strategy, while developing and empowering community-led solutions to drive lasting change. Under his leadership, Full Plates led the passage of School Meals for All legislation in Maine, secured a $10 million USDA cooperative agreement to strengthen school food systems, and raised millions of dollars to invest in on-the-ground programs and collaborative systems change efforts.
Justin earned an A.B. from Bowdoin College, an M.S. in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Northeastern University, and completed the Institute for Nonprofit Practice program through Tufts University. He proudly serves on the boards of the Maine Association of Nonprofits, Teens to Trails, and the Merrymeeting Food Council.