Anisha Robinson Keeys

Philadelphia, PA

With 18 years of fundraising and marketing experience, Anisha has raised over $80 million dollars in the areas of education, entrepreneurship, community development, youth and women’s empowerment, disaster relief, arts, and health care.

As Chief Visionary/Officer, of Lance + Lee, Anisha advises corporations and philanthropists on how to make the largest impact with their money. Anisha also helps organizations and thought leaders with corporate fundraising and organizational development. In addition to operating a consulting practice Anisha has held leadership roles with organizations including: The American Heart Association where she developed and introduced the American Heart Walk in the Philadelphia region. She also worked at the American Red Cross, where she significantly increased fundraising, community engagement and ran the the most successful special events program in the history of the organization. In 2006, Anisha was awarded the prestigious American Red Cross’ Spirit of Excellence Award.

Anisha holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Chestnut Hill College. She is a member Woman Donors Network, where she serves as an advisor for the Reflective Democracy Initiative and a Trustee for the Montgomery County Community College. She also serves on the board of directors for the Columbia North YMCA, Anna 1919 Foundation, the Livingbattlefield and the Solomon Principal Group.

A frequent speaker at conferences and leadership retreats across the country, Anisha speaks passionately about a variety of issues including: corporate sponsorship, diversity, building your personal brand, social media and fundraising. Anisha is the the author of the book and curriculum: Get Corporate Sponsorship: A Step By Step Guide To Securing Funding From Corporations and 51 Retailers That Want To Help You Raise Money.

For more information on how Anisha can work with your organization, speak at your conference or to get resource articles, visit us at: , and or email: call: 917.830-6317.

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    • Lance-Lee Planning