Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at Noon CST.
About this webinar:
What does sustainability really mean for the arts? What conversations should you be having with your staff and board, donors and community? The new global economic landscape has forced organizations to take a hard look at sustainability and what it means for programming and infrastructure. The importance of having authentic conversations with your constituencies and responding effectively to these conversations is paramount to the success of your organization.
Designed for arts & culture board and executive leadership and higher-level development staff, Attendees will learn essential strategies to help keep their organizations sustainable.
- Sustainable business models
- Defining success
- Alternative strategies to an endowment
- Ideas for effective communication with donors and constituency
Robert Alpaugh, Senior Consultant, Campbell & Company
Robert Alpaugh brings more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector to Campbell & Company and its clients, including work in fundraising, capital campaigns, facility planning, board development, engagement and governance, strategic planning, organizational structure and capacity building.
Ben Cameron, Program Director for the Arts, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Carroll Joynes, Co-Founder and Director of the Cultural Policy Center, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago