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  • The Great Benefits and Potential Challenges with Naming Gifts

    Recorded On: 02/11/2016

    Naming gifts are incredible opportunities to bring donors deeper into your “institutional hug.” Adding a family, foundation or corporation to your institution should never be considered lightly, however. This webinar looks at naming gifts that have turned out great—and some that haven’t.

    Naming gifts are incredible opportunities to bring donors deeper into your “institutional hug.” Adding a family, foundation or corporation to your institution should never be considered lightly, however. This webinar looks at naming gifts that have turned out great—and some that haven’t.

    Speaker

    Mark Stuart, President, Foundation of San Diego Zoo Global

  • The Paperless Gift Processing Office

    Recorded On: 02/11/2016

    New York University’s gift administration operation has reduced the use of paper by more than 90 percent while decreasing processing time and increasing accuracy. Learn tips, tricks and technologies for making gift processing less paper-intensive while improving performance.

    New York University’s gift administration operation has reduced the use of paper by more than 90 percent while decreasing processing time and increasing accuracy. Learn tips, tricks and technologies for making gift processing less paper-intensive while improving performance.

    Speaker

    Jennifer Spry, Executive Director, Gift Administration, New York University

  • Growing Grassroots: What You Need to Build an Alumni Advocacy Program and Show Results

    Recorded On: 02/04/2016

    Growing grassroots alumni advocacy to support public higher education requires the right tools. This webinar helps viewers get ready to message public-policy issues to a broad alumni audience; effectively involve key alumni leaders, donors and volunteers in legislative advocacy; and build a team of highly engaged advocates for your institution.

    Growing grassroots alumni advocacy to support public higher education requires the right tools. This webinar helps viewers get ready to message public-policy issues to a broad alumni audience; effectively involve key alumni leaders, donors and volunteers in legislative advocacy; and build a team of highly engaged advocates for your institution.

    Speaker

    Michael Fahey, Managing Director for State Relations, Wisconsin Alumni Association

  • Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes

    Recorded On: 01/28/2016

    Learn the first question to ask yourself before planning a presentation, the five worst mistakes a presenter can make, and how to identify the three elements your volunteers and constituencies eagerly look for in presentations they attend. This webinar is geared especially to the needs of presenters from educational institutions.

    Learn the first question to ask yourself before planning a presentation, the five worst mistakes a presenter can make, and how to identify the three elements your volunteers and constituencies eagerly look for in presentations they attend. This webinar is geared especially to the needs of presenters from educational institutions.

    Speaker

    Andy Goodman, Director, The Goodman Center

  • Hold the Phone--There's More to Student Calling than Asking for Money

    Recorded On: 01/14/2016

    Susquehanna University has broadened its student calling program over the last four years. This webinar explains how Susquehanna executes a multiple-purpose calling program to drive alumni engagement, including giving. Professionals in alumni relations, annual giving, marketing communications, or data management will find value in this session.

    Susquehanna University has broadened its student calling program over the last four years. This webinar explains how Susquehanna executes a multiple-purpose calling program to drive alumni engagement, including giving. Professionals in alumni relations, annual giving, marketing communications, or data management will find value in this session.

    Speaker

    Ron Cohen, Vice President for University Relations, Susquehanna University

  • Engaging and Serving Alumni Through Technology

    Recorded On: 12/10/2015

    An innovative use of technology by the Penn State Alumni Association supports increased engagement and career growth for alumni. A series of online events moves from simple webinars to more interactive and time-intensive events. Viewers get an overview of the program’s components and their application to other settings.

    An innovative use of technology by the Penn State Alumni Association supports increased engagement and career growth for alumni. A series of online events moves from simple webinars to more interactive and time-intensive events. Viewers get an overview of the program’s components and their application to other settings.

    Speaker

    Cheryl Bonner Director, Alumni Career Services Penn State Alumni Association

  • Elevating and Preserving Your Brand

    Recorded On: 11/12/2015

    Every member of a university community plays an important role in bringing a new brand to life and in preserving its integrity by applying it consistently throughout all university communications. This webinar looks at how Rutgers ensures the protection of its brand with a number of conventional—and not-so-conventional—tools.

    Every member of a university community plays an important role in bringing a new brand to life and in preserving its integrity by applying it consistently throughout all university communications. This webinar looks at how Rutgers ensures the protection of its brand with a number of conventional—and not-so-conventional—tools.

    Speakers

    Beth DeMauro, Director of Strategic Communications, Rutgers

    Joanne Dus-Zastrow, Senior Director of Creative Services, Rutgers

  • Understanding the Generations: The Impact of Generational Patterns and Values on Philanthropy

    Recorded On: 11/05/2015

    For the first time ever, four generations are active in the philanthropic marketplace as donors and alumni. This webinar will define the Millennial, Gen X, Boomer, and Silent/Great generations and explore key influencers that contribute to their values and generational differences.

    For the first time ever, four generations are active in the philanthropic marketplace as donors and alumni. This webinar will define the Millennial, Gen X, Boomer, and Silent/Great generations and explore key influencers that contribute to their values and generational differences.

    Speaker

    Angela White, Senior Consultant and CEO Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates

  • Using Alumni Data to Drive Change Throughout the University

    Recorded On: 10/22/2015

    A data-driven approach to alumni relations has redefined the RIT’s approach to alumni and alumni engagement, from changes in the university mission to reliance on alumni experience to improve curriculum. Learn about the alumni association’s ongoing program of collecting data about alumni behavior and attitudes and sharing it throughout RIT.

    A data-driven approach to alumni relations has redefined the RIT’s approach to alumni and alumni engagement, from changes in the university mission to reliance on alumni experience to improve curriculum. Learn about the alumni association’s ongoing program of collecting data about alumni behavior and attitudes and sharing it throughout RIT.

    Speakers

    Kelly Redder, AVP, RIT for Life and Director, Alumni House Rochester Institute of Technology

    Rob Shoss, Managing Consultant Performance Enhancement Group

  • How to Secure More Major Gifts for Your Community College

    Recorded On: 10/20/2015

    Every community college fundraiser wants to secure more major gifts. Hear how an experienced fundraiser was able to refocus her efforts to capture more major gifts and surpass a $10 million campaign goal. Learn tactical and practical tools to establish a more successful major gifts program for your community college

    Every community college fundraiser wants to secure more major gifts. Hear how an experienced fundraiser was able to refocus her efforts to capture more major gifts and surpass a $10 million campaign goal. Learn tactical and practical tools to establish a more successful major gifts program for your community college.

    Speaker:

    Angela M. Garcia Falconetti, Vice President of Institutional Advancement

    Virginia Western Community College