Wally DeGuglielmo

Executive Vice President, Revenue

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Email: wallyd@revjengroup.com

Describe an average day for you. 

Unique. Fast-Paced. Enjoyable.

Why are you passionate about RevJen’s work?

My passion was initially sparked by my participation in the very first FUEL cohort. I was impressed by both the depth and simplicity of the workshop. As a development professional, being able to apply the RevJen framework to my own work has been empowering, and I know it will have a similar impact on other leaders, organizations and the nonprofit sector at-large.

If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about the nonprofit sector, what would it be? 

Removing barriers to sustainable capital for high-impact organizations and their leaders.

Finish this sentence: “On Saturday mornings you can usually find me…”

Playing soccer with my sons after braving the crowd at the local Market Basket.

Wally's Bio

As the Executive Vice President, Revenue at RevJen Group, Wally oversees the firm’s market expansion to reach nonprofit leaders across the nation. His team works with nonprofit leaders, the philanthropic community, and other key stakeholders to provide organizations with the training, tools, and peer networks needed to build revenue capacity and strengthen the impact of their work.

Prior to joining RevJen in 2019, Wally served as the Chief External Affairs Officer at uAspire, a national nonprofit focused on college affordability, where he led the organization’s development, marketing, and communications departments, and helped to expand the organization’s annual revenue budget from $4M to $9.5M. He has nearly 20 years of experience in development, public policy, and nonprofit management, including roles as the AVP of Community Relations at United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley and as Chief of Staff to State Senator Sal DiDomenico (MA). In addition, he held roles at Inner-City Scholarship Fund in New York City and has managed several successful municipal and state-level political campaigns in the Greater Boston area. Outside of work, he coaches youth soccer and enjoys travel, sports, and daily “adventures” with his family. Wally holds a B.A. in Political Science from Boston College.