When:
February 11, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
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Goodwill Training & Education

2020 may be one of the most contentious election years in our lifetime. How do fundraisers navigate the complexity of raising money during this time? Join a panel of experts to discuss what considerations fundraisers should factor in while planning for the upcoming year. The speakers are Gina Hall, Seattle Goodwill; Peter Drury, Wellspring Family Services; and Kate Roosevelt, Campbell & Company. Jeffrey Wilcox, Third Sector Company, will moderate the panel.

 

 

Every four years the fundraising sector faces the additional challenge of raising financial support during a presidential election and 2020 is shaping up to be one of the most contentious election years in our lifetime. How do fundraisers navigate the complexity of raising money during this time?AFP Advancement Northwest has brought together a panel of experts to discuss what considerations fundraisers should factor in while planning for the upcoming year and how ensure our nonprofit voices are heard over the election rhetoric. Join us for one of our most important and engaging programs this year!

Our speakers are Peter Drury, Wellspring Family Services; Gina Hall, Seattle Goodwill; and Kate Roosevelt, Campbell & Company. Jeffrey Wilcox, Third Sector Company, will moderate the panel.

 

Date: February 11, 2020 | 12:00 – 1:30 pm | As this session takes place during the lunch hour, please feel free to bring your own lunch.

Location: Goodwill Training & Education Center Ken Collings Community Room 700 Dearborn Pl S. Seattle, WA 98144 There is street and paid parking available. The Center is also on Metro bus lines.

Pricing:  $35 members | $45 non-member | $50 walk-in

Speakers

Peter Drury Chief Strategy Officer, Wellspring Family Services

Peter Drury serves as Chief Strategy Officer for Wellspring Family Services, as well as Faculty in Seattle University’s Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program. He currently serves on the board of the Bainbridge Community Foundation, and has counseled many boards, leaders, and philanthropists as they seek to make maximum impact in their lives and organizations.

 

Gina Hall, CFRE Division Vice President, Philanthropy; Seattle Goodwill

Gina Hall, Division Vice President of Philanthropy for Seattle Goodwill, has 20 years of nonprofit experience. She is an analytical strategist, team builder, front-line fundraiser, and has managed high performing development programs. She has board governance and executive leadership experience and served on the board of the Northwest Development Officers Association.

 

 

 

Kate Roosevelt

Executive Vice President, Campbell & Company

Kate Roosevelt has 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and a deep belief in every organization’s power to make an impact. With strategic vision and a collaborative spirit, she leads Campbell & Company’s Northwest and West regions. As a volunteer, Kate is a Trustee at her alma mater Colby College, and is a member of the Campaign Cabinet for Colby’s $750 million Dare Northward campaign. She has also served in board leadership positions for several local conservation and affordable housing groups.

 

Jeffrey Wilcox, CFRE

President & CEO, Third Sector Company

Jeffrey R. Wilcox, CFRE, is President and Chief Mission Advancement Officer for Third Sector Company. Jeffrey is the former senior vice president of United Way of Greater Los Angeles and Valley of the Sun United Way in Phoenix, AZ. He has trained nearly 300 individuals to serve as interim leaders of charitable organizations, associations and congregations. He is on the Board of AFP Advancement Northwest, the former Chapter President of AFP Orange County, former chairman of the Executive Transitions Affinity Group for the Alliance for Nonprofit Management, and is Immediate Past Chairman of the Executive Advisory Board for the School of Business, Economics and Government at Seattle Pacific University.

 

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