Nash is a demonstrated leader in all facets of non-profit leadership with specific experience managing high profile, sports affiliated charitable entities. Her drive has contributed to a breadth of experience developing signature community-based outreach programs for universities, government agencies, celebrities, foundations and athletic teams. Halleemah Nash’s career in Chicago began as the Community Relations Assistant for the Chicago Bulls in the fall of 2005 where she spearheaded numerous programs and managed game day fundraising and provided support for year round charity events resulting in $3.2 million dollars raised and leveraged over four years. In 2010, Nash launched Legacy Venture Consulting, a philanthropy consulting firm that designs, carries out and evaluates charitable ventures for athletes and entertainers interested in enhancing their community presence where she has developed strategic plans and successfully executed comprehensive fundraising programs for professional athletes in the NBA, NFL, NHL, as well as university athletic programs. Most recently, she spent three successful years in city government at Chicago Housing Authority managing development, implementation and continuous improvement of programming for youth residents of public housing and supporting strategic youth outcomes for over 8,000 youth and young adults. Halleemah leads strategic development, fundraising, programming, growth and human resource management for the foundation.
Halleemah Nash is a truly unique individual with some very diverse experiences in her life. She has told her story as a public speaker for almost a decade now. She decided to extend her authors hand as a way to extend her voice to readers everywhere. Nash recently released the self-published work “Endless Summer: Inspirations and Reflections for the Journey to Life Balance”.
Nash has paired her witty and relatable life experiences with scriptural lessons and inspirational quotes focused on one of the most consistent topics amongst audiences she has engaged — the subject of life balance. With sections such as “Rejection As a Tool, The Pity Party Does Not Turn Up, #TeamNoSleep, and A Prayer For Our Exes,” this devotional is sure to strike a cord and serve as a resource to help people in all walks of life on their quest to a more balanced perspective.
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