Fund Development Coordinator
Phil Dumouchel is a proud product of the road less traveled. With an academic background that ranges from medieval literature to main-stage acting and experience working in US college football and broadcast radio - Phil brings a varied and highly relevant skill set to his role as fund development coordinator that includes grant and copy writing, database management, quick-dig research, and dry wit.
He holds a bachelor's degree in English literature and theatre from the University of Rochester in New York. He also enjoys trail running, talking politics=economics and taking on D.I.Y. projects of all sizes, shapes, and voltages.
“I’m a pragmatist. I believe that democracy is the best form of government because it is the most effective form of government. But, a democracy’s effectiveness is only equal to the engagement of its people. That’s why Apathy is Boring’s work is so important - work that could not go forward without the help of our sponsors and granting institutions, and the thoughtfulness of individual supporters like you. Thank you.”