Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. CST
Free for members and clients
How do you motivate your members and corporate sponsors to become donors to your professional society? Marc Hilton, Vice President of Campbell & Company, will lead this interactive webinar with development staff from two professional society organizations to discuss how they created a platform for deeper engagement and stronger member and corporate giving.
Geared towards professional society development staff of all levels, attendees will learn how to engage their members and corporate sponsors to become committed donors.
Marc Hilton, Vice President, Campbell & Company
Marc Hilton has over 34 years of professional development experience with higher education, cultural institutions and professional societies. Known for his energy and insatiable curiosity, Marc brings considerable breadth and depth of experience to his clients. He has special expertise in developing strategies to secure pace-setting gifts, training and motivating volunteers and keeping campaigns on track and on schedule.
Peter Pangman, Director, Society of Exploration Geophysicists Foundation
Peter Pangman is Associate Executive Director of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and staff Director of the SEG Foundation. He joined the SEG business office in 2004 after a rewarding career in the oil industry as an exploration geophysicist (and without any experience in the mysterious art of Development). He hired Campbell and Company in 2005 to conduct a campaign feasibility study, and retained their services during a highly successful major gifts campaign (2006-08) with over $17 million raised from corporations and individuals. The SEG Foundation today has a staff of six and an annual grant program of over $2 million, with grants to both SEG and the broader geophysical community – including the flagship Geoscientists Without Borders® program.
Steven Churchill, Executive Director, American Medical Association Foundation
Mr. Churchill joined the AMA Foundation as its executive director in August 2007. As the philanthropic arm of the AMA, the AMA Foundation has been dedicated to improving the health of our nation’s communities and to strengthening the patient-physician relationship by funding medical scholarships, public health initiatives, and research.
Previously, Steve served as Vice President for Development & Alumni Relations for Des Moines University (DMU). The University, which was founded in 1898, is one of two medical schools in Iowa.
Before joining DMU, Churchill served as Vice President for Marketing position with the Mid-America Group from 1998-2004. His primary responsibility was to direct marketing activities for Mid-America properties and to handle public affairs and government relations.
In 1992, Churchill was elected to the Iowa House of Representatives, where he served three terms (1993-1999). That same year, Steve founded The Churchill Group, where, as President, he provided fundraising consulting services to non-profit and political organizations. Before founding The Churchill Group, Steve served as a Development Officer for Simpson College where he directed major gift solicitation for the college’s $35 million capital campaign.
Mr. Churchill is a member of the City Club of Chicago and the Medical Society Fundraising Network (MSFRN).
His honors include receiving the Commanders Award for Public Service from the Department of the Army and being recognized by the Des Moines Business Record as one of the forty under 40 top business leaders. He received a B.A. in political science from Iowa State University and is currently pursuing his Masters in nonprofit administration at North Park University.