Sessions

2017 AFP MA Conference on Philanthropy

 

Annual Fund (AF)

The Right Insights for the Right Outreach at the Right Time, Brent Grinna, EverTrue Read More>>
Building an Ongoing Culture of Philanthropy through Annual Giving, Hilary Smiley, Boston Children's Hospital Trust and Stephen Rodriguez, Phillips Academy Read More>>
How to Raise More Money with Multi-Channel Marketing, Marybeth Oskowski, Boston Latin School Association and Benjamin Schools, Simmons College Read More>>
Fundraising Success for Organizations with No Alumni or Grateful Patients, A Panel Moderated by Julie Rafferty, Rafferty Communications Strategies Read More>>
The Use of Technology to Engage Every Generation, Greg McHale, Serial Social Entrepreneur, LetsAllDoGood and Founder of BiddingForGood Read More>>
 

Major Gifts/Campaigns (MG)

Pivoting - The Secret to Successfully Handling Difficult Donor Conversations, Anne Melvin, Harvard University Read More>>
Making the Ask: Wait-what? You say that's the easy part? Chris Thomas, American Cancer Society Read More>>
Campaigns as a Tool to Level Up and Change Organizational Culture: A Case Study, Erik Kiernan, CCS Fundraising and Adam Dawkins, Trinity Church Read more>>
Moves Management, Seth Rosenzweig, Team IMPACT More Information Coming Soon
 

Leadership and Management (LM)

Inside the CEO/CDO Relationship, Robert Brown and Scott Nichols, Boston University Read More>>
Trends in Fundraising, Brian Nevins, CCS Fundraising Read More>>
Yes! You Need a Business Plan!  Panel Moderated by Victoria Jones, Development Guild DDI Read More>>
Boomer, Gen X, Millennial Women: do they give differently?, Abbie Von Schlegell, AVS Co. Read More>>
Tools for Success, Norman Stein, Boston Medical Center Read More>>
Shifting Cultural Paradigms in the Practice of Philanthropy, Bithiah Carter, New England Blacks in Philanthropy Read More>>
The Ethics Game, Mary Doorley Simboski, CareDimensions Read More>>
Partnering with CEOs, Boards, and Fundraising Volunteers, Kate Villa, CCS Fundraising Read More>>
 

Talent Management and Professional Development (TM)

Proactively Managing Your Career, Panel Moderated by Libby Roberts, LLL Searches Read More>>
Building Your Career by Successfully Transitioning Between Sectors, Panel Moderated by Bill Weber, Development Guild DDI Read More>>
The Recruiters Perspective: What Are They Looking For?, Panel Moderated by Amy Bronson, Boston University Read More>>
Managing and Motivating Employees to Achieve the Goals, Panel Moderated by Maureen Pena, The Pena Network Read More>>
 

Corporate and Foundations (CF)

How to Level Up Foundation Support, Kate Neubauer, Neubauer Consulting Read More>>
But How Do You Know It's Working?: Outcome Measurement and Evaluation, Mary Hanifin, MGH Read More>>
How to Attract New Sponsors and Make Existing Relationships Work Harder for Your Nonprofit, Bill Alfano, Pan Mass Challenge Read More>>
Meet the Funders - A Panel Discussion Read More>>
 

Marketing and Communications (MC)

Can Crowdfunding Jumpstart My Non-Profit’s Fundraising? David Wang, Bamboo Bicycles Beijing and Beyond Read More>>
Storytelling for Nonprofits, Rachel Jellinek, Reflections Films and Jim May, Elizabeth Stone House Read More>>
Crisis Management: How To Fundraise When You Are Front Page News More Information Coming Soon
 

Planned Giving (PG)

Your Greatest Fundraising Fears: Legacy Gifts, Judy Sager, Whitehead Institute Read More>>
Donor-Advised Funds: Panel Discussion from Various Perspectives, Amy Goldman, MIT Read More>>
 

Research and Analytics

Prospecting for Peak Performance, Ian Wells, Ian T. Wells Assoc. and Adam Martell, Gravyty Read More>>
 

Special Events (SE)

Tips from the Trenches, Special Events Planning & Execution, Panel moderated by Nina Jung Gasparrini, BSO and Marion Kassler, MGH Read More>>
 

 

**Sessions by Time**

Key to Sessions Tags
(AF) Annual Fund
(CF) Corporate and Foundations
(LM) Leadership and Management
(MC) Marketing and Communications
(MG) Major Gifts/Campaigns
(PG) Planned Giving
(RA) Research and Analytics
(SE) Special Events
(TM) Talent Management and Professional Development


9:15 AM

(AF) The Right Insights for the Right Outreach at the Right Time, Brent Grinna, EverTrue Read More>>
(MG) Campaigns as a Tool to Level Up and Change Organizational Culture: A Case Study, Erik Kiernan, CCS Fundraising and Adam Dawkins, Trinity Church Read more>>
(PG) Your Greatest Fundraising Fears: Legacy Gifts, Judy Sager, Whitehead Institute Read More>>
(SE) Tips from the Trenches, Special Events Planning & Execution, Panel moderated by Nina Jung Gasparrini, BSO and Marion Kassler, MGH Read More>>
(LM) Inside the CEO/CDO Relationship, Robert Brown and Scott Nichols, Boston University Read More>>
(LM) Boomer, Gen X, Millennial Women: do they give differently?, Abbie Von Schlegell, AVS Co. Read More>>
(CF) How to Level Up Foundation Support, Kate Neubauer, Neubauer Consulting Read More>>
(TM) Proactively Managing Your Career, Panel Moderated by Libby Roberts, LLL Searches Read More>>
 

10:30 AM

(AF) Building an Ongoing Culture of Philanthropy through Annual Giving, Hilary Smiley, Boston Children's Hospital Trust and Stephen Rodriguez, Phillips Academy Read More>>
(MG) Pivoting - The Secret to Successfully Handling Difficult Donor Conversations, Anne Melvin, Harvard University Read More>>
(LM) Tools for Success, Norman Stein, Boston Medical Center Read More>> 
(MC) Crisis Management: How To Fundraise When You Are Front Page News More Information Coming Soon
(LM) Yes! You Need a Business Plan! Panel Moderated by Victoria Jones, Development Guild DDI Read More>>
(RA) Prospecting for Peak Performance, Ian Wells, Ian T. Wells Assoc. and Adam Martell, Gravyty Read More>>
(CF) But How Do You Know It's Working?: Outcome Measurement and Evaluation, Mary Hanifin, MGH Read More>>
(TM) Building Your Career by Successfully Transitioning Between Sectors, Panel Moderated by Bill Weber, Development Guild DDI Read More>>


2:00 PM

(AF) How to Raise More Money with Multi-Channel Marketing, Marybeth Oskowski, Boston Latin School Association and Benjamin Schools, Simmons College Read More>>
(MG) Moves Management, Seth Rosenzweig, Team IMPACT More Information Coming Soon
(PG) Donor-Advised Funds: Panel Discussion from Various Perspectives, Amy Goldman, MIT Read More>>
(MC) Can Crowdfunding Jumpstart My Non-Profit’s Fundraising? David Wang, Bamboo Bicycles Beijing and Beyond Read More>>
(LM) Trends in Fundraising, Brian Nevins, CCS Fundraising Read More>>
(LM) Shifting Cultural Paradigms in the Practice of Philanthropy, Bithiah Carter, New England Blacks in Philanthropy Read More>>
(CF) How to Attract New Sponsors and Make Existing Relationships Work Harder for Your Nonprofit, Bill Alfano, Pan Mass Challenge Read More>>
(TM) The Recruiters Perspective: What Are They Looking For?  Panel Moderated by Amy Bronson, Boston University Read More>>


3:30 PM

(AF) Fundraising Success for Organizations with No Alumni or Grateful Patients, A Panel Moderated by Julie Rafferty, Rafferty Communications Strategies Read More>>
(AF) The Use of Technology to Engage Every Generation, Greg McHale, Serial Social Entrepreneur, LetsAllDoGood and Founder of BiddingForGood Read More>>
(MG) Making the Ask: Wait-what? You say that's the easy part? Chris Thomas, American Cancer Society Read More>>
(MC) Storytelling for Nonprofits, Rachel Jellinek, Reflections Films and Jim May, Elizabeth Stone House Read More>>
(LM) The Ethics Game, Mary Doorley Simboski, CareDimensions Read More>>
(LM) Partnering with CEOs, Boards, and Fundraising Volunteers, Kate Villa, CCS Fundraising Read More>>
(CF) Meet the Funders - A Panel Discussion Read More>>

(TM) Managing and Motivating Employees to Achieve the Goals, Panel Moderated by Maureen Pena, The Pena Network Read More>>

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