Associations 101: Association Professional Development 10 Tips in 20 Minutes
  1. It starts at the top and it starts at the bottom
  2. Communication is the key
  3. You can never thank people enough
  4. It's all about relationships
  5. Corporations are people too
  6. What the heck is a foundation and why do they exist?
  7. Why special events aren't always so special
  8. Board Members and how to love them
  9. Major Donors, don't let them scare you
  10. Making the dreaded "ASK"
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Date Presented:
February 14, 2014 1:30 PM Eastern
Length:
30 minutes
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Fundraising is not a four letter word: 10 fundraising tips that everyone in your association can use!
Michelle Powers Keegan is the Chief Development Officer at The ALS Association where she leads all fundraising efforts nationwide. From 2005-2013, Michelle was Director of Development at the historic Ford’s Theatre where she successfully completed the $50 million Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Campaign, the largest and most comprehensive renovation effort in the Theatre's long history. She also worked as Director of Major Gifts at the national headquarters of Volunteers of America and was head of individual giving at the International Center for Research on Women. Michelle came to Washington from New York City where she managed special events and alumni relations for the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University and ran marketing and events for the Village Gate jazz club. Michelle also worked as a Special Assistant to one of NYC's top wedding and event planners, Marcy Blum. She is originally from Portland, Maine, holds a B.A. in Communications from the University of Southern Maine and has been a longtime member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Washington, DC Chapter where she chairs their Advanced Executives committee.
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