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Diversifying Donor Bases: An Action Plan

  • Thu, December 03, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Online
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Diversifying Donor Bases: An Action Plan 



THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2020

1:00PM - 2:30PM

 

Online


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Our institutions are serving increasingly diverse constituents, yet this diversity is infrequently represented in our donor bases. In an age of "mega gifts", our most invested donors are serving as co-visionaries in creating the future of nonprofit work. To truly serve diverse communities and position our organizations as promoters of social equity and justice, our philanthropic work must represent and elevate diverse voices. This session will explore how to identify donor diversification goals and measurements, and how to create a diverse pipeline of prospective donors. We will also explore how diversifying donor bases relies upon the diversification of other areas of our institutions.


PRESENTERS:

Roslyn Clarke is the Director of Prospect Research Services on the BWF Insight team. She manages all outsourced research projects, leads a team of researchers, conducts trainings, and provides prospect research counsel. Before joining BWF Insight, Roslyn served as director of prospect research at Morehouse College and assistant director at Harvard University. Prior to Harvard, Roslyn worked at Brown University and Hebrew SeniorLife. Roslyn is a seasoned conference speaker, frequent conference faculty member, and has conducted countless prospect research bootcamps. Over the years, she has presented for Apra, CASE, NEDRA, and AFP.


Milagro “Misa” Lobatois the Director of Prospect Management and Analytics at the Rhode Island School of Design. She is also the President of Apra. She has served on the Apra board since 2016 and held leadership roles in governance, conference planning, and membership. Previously, Misa was the Assistant Vice President of Advancement Strategy and Annual Giving at the University of Colorado, where she worked in Advancement for over 13 years. She has a degree in Ethnic Studies and English Literature from the University of Colorado.


COST:

$50 Members

$100 Non-Members


LOCATION:

Attendees will receive a Zoom link a day before the event; this meeting will be held as a Zoom meeting and a recording will not be available.


DEADLINES:

Registration for this event closes on December 2, 2020 at 9:00AM.





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