Nicole Cozier "comes to Washington Area Women’s Foundation with more than 12 years of non-profit experience working on behalf of women and girls. Prior to joining The Women’s Foundation, Nicole spent nearly five years working for Women & Philanthropy. Nicole was responsible for the development and implementation of Women & Philanthropy’s programs, including the complete redesign and implementation of the organization’s centerpiece program – the LEAD (Leadership for Equity and Diversity) Award. Before joining W&P, Nicole spent four years working for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, in several different positions focusing on research, education and organizational development, the last of which was Senior Director, Programs & Organizational Development. Prior to moving to the Washington area, Nicole has lived in Philadelphia, New Jersey, Toronto, Canada and the US Virgin Islands, and worked for The Cooper Health System in Camden, NJ and Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia and Toronto. Nicole has served on the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Mautner Project’s Spirit Study and currently sits on the board of directors for Funders for Lesbian and Gay Issues. She holds an MBA in health administration and a Master’s degree in healthcare financial management from Temple University in Philadelphia and an honors bachelor’s degree with a double major in human biology, sociology (w/ a focus on gender studies) and a minor in women’s studies." 
- Philanthropic Education Officer, Washington Area Women's Foundation
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