Who We Are
Mary Hinkel is director of campaign communications services at Coxe Curry & Associates, helping clients develop effective campaign marketing materials and proposals. She has prepared campaign materials or proposals for these clients: Atlanta Ballet, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta Community Food Bank, The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, Piedmont Park Conservancy, The Salvation Army, Spelman College, The Whitefoord Community Program, The Woodruff Arts Center and the YMCA.
On behalf of numerous Coxe Curry clients, Mary has written successful proposals to such national foundations as the GE Fund, Getty Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, The Wallace Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Formerly, Mary was director of research and records at Coxe Curry, overseeing the team of researchers that provide in-depth research reports on corporate, foundation and individual prospects for fundraising campaigns conducted by the firm.
Prior to joining Coxe Curry, Mary was marketing coordinator and then director of marketing for the Atlanta office of Touche Ross, an international accounting, tax and consulting firm. In those positions for nine years, she researched local industries, businesses and individuals; wrote business proposals and marketing newsletters; and developed the community relations and corporate contribution programs for the firm.
Mary earned a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Smith College where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Mary also earned a Master of Librarianship from Emory University. She remains involved in alumni fundraising for both institutions.
Active in the Atlanta community for over four decades, Mary has served on the boards of these organizations: Alliance Theatre, Arbor Montessori School, Arts Festival of Atlanta, Association of Emory Alumni, Friends of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, and Junior League of DeKalb County. She currently serves as a board member of VOX Teen Communications.
She is married to Dan Hinkel, vice president and legal counsel for ING Investment Management, and has one son, John Henry.