Robert Croft is the Vice President of Development at the Media Research Center. He directs all fundraising activities at MRC and serves as a liaison between the organization and its donor partners across the United States.
Croft has more than 20 years of nonprofit leadership experience. Prior to joining MRC, he was the principal of a national fundraising consulting firm that has assisted nonprofits around the country to raise in excess of $120 million in private support, including within the conservative movement. He has also served the profession in national leadership positions with the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy, as President of the Northeast Indiana Chapter of AFP, as a frequent speaker and instructor, and as one of six international experts tasked by AFP to develop the Fundamentals of Fundraising Course, which is taught in 120 chapters worldwide to novice fundraisers.
Prior to a career in fundraising, Mr. Croft was a United Methodist Pastor. Faith, Family and Liberty are his passions. He received a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Political Science and Sociology from Georgia Southern University.