Free Panel Discussion, Wednesday April 23
Do you ever wonder what the people behind your fundraising software think about what’s happening in fundraising in general and how that affects what users need from their tools? Come hear from a panel of fundraising software leaders about big strategic questions for you and for them.
This will not be a sales pitch
; it’s a discussion between people who raise money and those who partner with them by providing customer relationship management tools. Donna Myers, president of DonorPro
and Chris Bicknell, president of Little Green Light
will answer questions like:
- How do you see demographic change affecting individual giving?
- What factors help online fundraising programs (in general) or campaigns (specifically) succeed?
- How would you describe the promise and potential of social media tools to impact growth in donations?
Come with your own questions, too.
Wednesday April 23, 2014
Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, 339 Sixth Avenue, Suite 750, downtown
started fundraising out of college and has many years of experience serving as a campaign consultant with CCS Fund Raising and leading seasoned fundraising staff at the local, regional, and national levels. Chris is LGL’s architect and chief product strategist, and his mission is to help fundraisers spend more time doing the valuable work of fundraising, and less time hassling with a complex database. Chris graduated from Middlebury College and holds a JD from Fordham University School of Law. He currently serves as Vice President of the Saint Bani School Board of Trustees and lives with his wife and two children in Gilmanton, NH.
Donna J. Myers
is president of DonorPro by TowerCare Technologies nonprofit management software. She has over 25 years’ experience helping clients in various industries optimize technology to increase revenue, improve operational efficiencies, and enhance the quality of constituent communications. Myers has held senior positions at several health care software firms including COO of Apache Medical Systems, executive vice president of TechRx, and senior vice president of NDCHealth. Her expertise includes sales and marketing, operations management and business development, including mergers and acquisitions.]]>