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Sharon Nicholson

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Sharon Nicholson is the Individual Giving Manager with Veterinarians Without Borders North America/Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Amérique du Nord.

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Sharon Nicholson

Individual Giving Manager

Sharon joined Veterinarians Without Borders North America/Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Amérique du Nord (VWB/VSF) in April 2024. Sharon has over 17 years experience working in the non-profit industry fundraising for animal welfare and health charities. Dedicated to raising funds for animals, people and the planet, Sharon cares about making a positive impact in today's world and encouraging others to help make a difference. Her breadth of experience includes individual giving, multi-channel acquisition, digital fundraising, and stewardship.

Sharon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Film Studies from Brock University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Administration and Cultural Management from Humber College.

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