As Chief Development Officer, Yasmin Khan leads and elevates National Skills Coalition’s (NSC) outreach and fundraising. She connects a wide range of audiences to inspire and expand support for NSC's mission, enabling the organization to meet the growing demands for its work.
Yasmin brings more than 25 years of fundraising, non-profit management, and communications experience to NSC; and she has held senior roles at a variety of nonprofit organizations and institutions in Washington DC and Philadelphia. Most recently, she served as Vice President of Development at the American Heart Association in Philadelphia, and prior to that held positions in Washington, DC, as Chief Development Officer at the Campaign Legal Center, where she helped to triple the organization’s growth and elevate CLC’s national footprint; and, as Director of Development and Communications at Tahirih Justice Center, where she provided the overall direction, strategy and coordination of the organization’s national fundraising and communications operations to support its expansion and impact. Yasmin has also served as the Director of Foundations at Human Rights First, where she managed and grew a sizable portfolio of grants. She has also worked as the Managing Director of KARAMAH: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights, and held senior positions at the School of International Service at American University and the Boston Consulting Group.
Yasmin holds a Master of Arts in Economics and Microfinance, and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from American University. She speaks Arabic and Spanish, and is based in Philadelphia and Washington, DC.