Event: Engaging an Increasingly Diverse and International Donor Base
July 16, 2017, 4:30-5:45 pm PT in San Francisco at the Summit for Leaders in Advancement
The number of international students in the United States has grown nearly 80 percent since 2000, and along with that growth comes the potential to develop global donor relationships. The challenge lies in understanding the nuanced cultural differences and best practices of international philanthropy.
Recent Campbell and Company research lends insight into the key challenges of international fundraising, how cultural differences affect giving motivations, and the critical skills and competencies required for development officers tasked with building and nurturing relationships with parents and alumni living outside the United States.
- Tom Tseng, Vice President for Development, University of Hawaii Foundation
- Marina Tan Harper, Senior Director, International Development, Development and Alumni Relations, UC Davis
- Catheryn C Obern, Sr MGO and Director Europe International Development, Cornell University
- Shaun Keister, Vice Chancellor for Development, University of California, Davis
- Peter Fissinger, CEO and President, Campbell & Company