Women & Philanthropy Podcast—Episode 2: Behavior

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Women-Philanthropy-Behavior-ArticleCampbell & Company teamed up with the Women’s Philanthropy Institute (WPI) at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy to produce a four-part podcast series that combines academic research with real-world experiences and advice.

Each episode focuses on a different aspect of women’s philanthropy, sharing research findings from WPI and on-the-ground experience from a development leader and a Campbell & Company team member. Join us as we explore how gender impacts philanthropy and what you can do to build stronger relationships with your female supporters.

Our second episode focuses on behavior—specifically how women give.

Discussion topics include:

  • How women’s giving behavior is unique
  • How women approach impact investing
  • Whether development shops should cultivate female and male donors differently
  • How development shops can adapt their activities and programs to cater to women’s giving behaviors

In this conversation, Campbell & Company’s Senior Consultant Sarah Marino speaks with Associate Vice President, Development Leslie Wetzel of University of San Francisco and Interim Director Andrea Pactor of WPI.

Listen to the full podcast below:

Look out for a new episode each Wednesday at 9am Central and catch up on last week’s demographics episode.

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Molly Saks

Molly Saks is a Senior Marketing Associate and Online Fundraising Consultant at Campbell & Company. She works with all the firm’s service areas to drive thought leadership strategy and helps organizations increase their impact through online fundraising.

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