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Webinar: What Lies Ahead for Fundraising Pros in 2017

  • Wed, January 11, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Your Desk

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What Lies Ahead for Fundraising Professionals?

After a tumultuous 2016, who knows what 2017 may have in store for fundraising professionals … 

Join Elizabeth Roma and Rachel Dakarian for a webinar on emerging trends in philanthropy and explore the potential implications for charitable organizations. Learn about the so-called “new” Gilded Age of mega-gifts, philanthrocapitalism, impact investing, ultra-high-net-worth individuals, and the migration of the Silicon Valley concept of “disruption” into our field. As development research consultants with The Helen Brown Group, Elizabeth and Rachel will share their observations on the potential impact of these current events on all nonprofits, regardless of size or sector. They will also offer advice on how you can become your fundraising team’s source of critical information and strategic insight while navigating these new challenges and opportunities. 

Register here:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4979542306589613569

Bios:

Elizabeth Roma has worked in development since 1998. She began her career at the University of Pennsylvania and joined the prospect research staff at Boston College in 2001. Elizabeth served as assistant director of research at Boston College from 2004 until 2007, when she became associate director of prospect management. She joined The Helen Brown Group in September 2008. Elizabeth is a member of APRA and APRA-Carolinas. 


Rachel Dakarian is a fundraising professional with non-profit and political campaign experience. Prior to joining The Helen Brown Group in April 2015, Rachel was Prospect Research Analyst for her alma mater, Drake University, and previously served as Assistant Director of Development Research at the Iowa State University Foundation. She is a member of APRA and a former director and communications chair of the APRA – Great Plains chapter (IA, NE, and SD). Rachel also leads the Board of Wheatsfield Cooperative Grocery in Ames, Iowa. 

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