Joelle Kanshepolsky



Joelle KanshepolskyJoelle Kanshepolsky, MM is a highly successful consultant, change-maker, fundraiser, and inspiring executive leader with 25 years of professional nonprofit experience in: fundraising, donor communications; leadership; interim support; strategy development; governance and board relations; and executive search/transitions. Most recently, Joelle served as Director of Development and Communications at The Children’s Center, as well as Interim CEO. Between 2011 and 2014, Joelle taught nonprofit management as an Adjunct Professor at Westminster College in the Gore School of Business.

Since Spring 2020, Joelle has been a consultant with Pathway Associates and recently joined as a Partner, supporting local nonprofits in the leadership realm conducting executive searches, providing executive coaching, working with Boards, serving in interim roles, and supporting executive transitions. Most recently, Joelle served as Interim CEO at Park City Community Foundation, Interim National Director of Philanthropy at Conservation Legacy and Interim Development Director at The Refuge Utah. Joelle has been active in several community organizations including currently serving as Vice President of the Board of Women of the World. Joelle has been requested for numerous speaking engagements and many appearances on TV and print interviews. In 2016, Joelle was the Recipient of the prestigious "Changing Lives" Award from Jewish Family Service.

Joelle is a first generation American, conversational in Spanish, and an avid adventurer of the world- she has lived and volunteered in four different countries and has traveled to an additional 50. Joelle received her master’s degree from the Heller School of Management at Brandeis University and her BA from Tufts University. Joelle moved to Salt Lake City from Boston in 2008.