Past: Wednesday, November 16 at 12:00 p.m. CST
Free for members and clients
How do you attract and retain donors for life? How do you increase their giving over time? This webinar will discuss the motivations that influence donor decision-making and the ways that donor expectations drive donor behaviors. The panel, made up of nonprofit practitioners, will give their insight on how they kept their donors engaged through good times and bad.
Perfect for development staff at all levels, Attendees will learn important strategies to keep donors engaged for the long term. This webinar will review how to attract people who have the potential to become long-term partners with your organization, how to keep them engaged, and how to recognize their efforts and commitment.
Edith Falk, Chair and CEO, Campbell & Company
Edith Falk’s career spans more than 30 years in institutional advancement. In addition to directing Campbell & Company’s strategic growth and marketing initiatives, she is actively engaged in designing and providing strategic fundraising and marketing counsel to a broad spectrum of organizations in the arts, education, healthcare and conservation, as well as to multi-unit, complex institutions.
Greg Cameron, Chief Operating Officer, WTTW
Greg Cameron joined WTTW in April 2008 as Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer, and in 2011 was promoted to Chief Operating Officer. His responsibilities include managing and directing revenue and sales divisions of WWCI, including national and local program marketing, television and radio fundraising and sales, development, and communications.
E. Brooke Walters, Director of Institutional Advancement, Chicago Shakespeare Theater
E. Brooke Walters (Director of Institutional Advancement) leads Chicago Shakespeare Theater's fundraising programs and serves as a vital partner to the Board of Directors, Artistic Director Barbara Gaines and Executive Director Criss Henderson, planning for the future of Chicago Shakespeare as the Theater enters its 25th anniversary season in 2011. She brings with her a passion for the theatrical arts and deep knowledge of the fundraising profession. Prior to joining CST, she spent seven seasons at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, most recently serving as their Director of Major Gifts. Ms. Walters was the Associate Director of Development for Ravinia Festival from 2000–2004, and also held key positions at the League of Chicago Theatres and Santa Fe Opera. She is a former board member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Chicago Chapter, and frequently serves as a featured panelist at fundraising conferences and workshops. She holds her BFA in Theatre from the College of Santa Fe.