Lori Fuller

Director of Evaluation and Learning

At the Trust

The Trust’s work sits at the intersection of people, places, and issues that I care deeply about. I lead our efforts to track progress and design ways to learn collectively from our work—all in service of accelerating results.

My Proudest Accomplishment

I am proud to have contributed to the Trust’s evolution toward becoming an increasingly strategic funder. I am honored to be a part of this organization and its efforts to make the world a better place.

Before I Got Here

  • Graduate Research Assistant, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Family Services Coordinator, Habitat Forsyth, a local Habitat for Humanity affiliate
  • Caseworker, Forsyth County Department of Social Services
  • Resident Staff, Prodigals Community, a therapeutic community for substance abuse

Education and Awards

  • Certified Master Practitioner in Emergent Learning, Fourth Quadrant Partners
  • Truman Scholar for Public Service Leadership
  • North Carolina Governor’s Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service
  • Master of Business Administration, Wake Forest University
  • Master of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, Wake Forest University

When the Day is Done

My wife Eva and son Brock keep me grounded and grateful. I also enjoy volunteering for Crisis Text Line, a national nonprofit that provides support through text messaging, and Twin City Harm Reduction Coalition, a local syringe exchange program.


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