Areas of Expertise

Strategic planning, fundraising, and marketing/communications

Siobhan Davenport  |  Consultant


Siobhan has more than 20 years of experience as a leader of nonprofit organizations. Prior to joining Capacity Partners, Siobhan served in several executive positions. This includes 15 years as Executive Director of The Rocksprings Foundation where she worked with the board of directors to develop the foundation’s vision, strategic direction and increase impact in collaboration with Washington, DC area and national partners. For the past three years, Siobhan served as Chief Executive Officer of Crittenton Services of Greater Washington, guiding the organization through the pandemic and record-breaking fundraising each year.

Prior to becoming a nonprofit executive, Siobhan worked in media communications and marketing in the financial services industry.

Education & Certification

Siobhan received her B.S. in Marketing from Boston University and her M.A. in Journalism and Public Affairs from American University. She is a Professional Certified Impact Coach – International Coaching Federation (ICF) Approved Training, which ICF is the leading global organization for coaches and coaching.

Community Service

Siobhan currently serves as a Commissioner on the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism. In addition, she serves on the board for Montgomery Women, where she Co-Chairs the Mentor Committee. In the past, Siobhan has served as the Advisory Board Member of Ascend at the Aspen Institute, the Board of Directors of the Washington Area Women’s Foundation, the Black Student Fund, The Madeira School for Girls and St. Andrew’s Episcopal School and the National Park Trust.

Get to know me

Siobhan is a best-selling author. Her books include Shift Happens, Soul Talk, and A Reason to Be – Vol. 4. When not working at Capacity Partners, you’ll find Siobhan walking the beautiful parks and trails of Montgomery County, MD.

Favorite quote

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
― Maya Angelou