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Georgia Thomsen

Prior to CAPTRS, Georgia helped launch The Acton School of Business, with Phil Siegel, in 2004 and grew the MBA for entrepreneurs from business plan to nationally ranked program in less than five years.  In addition, Georgia served as the Chief Operations Officer at Capital Factory, one of the largest startup incubators in Texas and was the Chief Programs Officer at Notley, an investment engine for nonprofits. A passionate fundraiser with over a decade of experience helping philanthropic organizations, Georgia has helped some of the largest nonprofits in the world develop key relationships and grow their donor bases, including The March of Dimes, Philanthropitch, DivInc and Habitat for Humanity.

Georgia holds a BA in Eastern European History from Texas Tech University and a MA in Russian History from Texas State University.