Ellen Duero Rohwer Expands Role at JCA

July 26, 2016

Ellen Duero Rohwer, CFRE

New York, NY, July 26, 2016 – Jacobson Consulting Applications (JCA), a leading technology consultancy for nonprofit organizations, announces a title change for senior staff member Ellen Duero Rohwer, CFRE. Effective immediately, Ellen’s new title is Managing Director, Client Development. “We’re making this change to recognize Ellen’s many contributions to our success and to reflect the broad diversity of Ellen’s responsibilities at JCA, especially for our clients, partners and potential partners,” said Matt Cooper, President and COO.

“Ellen joined JCA in 2006, and since that time, JCA has grown considerably,” added Matt. During her 10 years at JCA, Ellen has expanded her role to include oversight of all sales and marketing efforts at JCA. Ellen mentors JCA colleagues with sales efforts, directs marketing activities, and works alongside other members of the Leadership Team to plan JCA’s path to the future.

Ellen has worked in nonprofit operations and technology consulting since 1997. She combines her technology and planning knowledge with her experience in fundraising, accounting, and nonprofit management to serve clients in healthcare, education, and more. Ellen has worked with clients across North America, including the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, New York Public Radio, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and many more. A recognized expert and dynamic speaker, Ellen routinely leads educational sessions at national and international professional conferences.


Founded in 1988, JCA is the nation’s largest independent technology consulting firm focused on nonprofit organizations. JCA has a stellar reputation in the world of nonprofit management as a company that provides industry-leading products and consulting services. JCA serves clients in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia/New Zealand. JCA’s clients include many of the world’s leading nonprofit organizations, including the American Museum of Natural History, Brown University, Carnegie Hall, Children’s Hospital Foundation, Texas Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Science Museum of Minnesota, and Sydney Opera House.