MEDIA ON THE RADIO'S SERIES ON NON-PROFIT FUNDRAISING.
TOPICS INCLUDE: VIDEO AS A TOOL FOR FUNDRAISING, DATA-DRIVEN FUNDRAISING, AND HOW TO ENGAGE MILLENNIAL GIVERS.
Listen to all the Episodes below!
Brigid puts the EMPHASIS on being diligent & working hard over developing the 'perfect pitch.' She says the most important thing to do when meeting with donors is to listen.
Brigid Slipka joined the ACLU-DC as the Director of Philanthropy in October, 2014. She had previously raised funds for the Smithsonian, California Institute of the Arts, and Yale University. A self-professed philanthropy nerd, Brigid has written on the theory and practice of giving. She serves on the board of GiveWell. Brigid received her BA from Kenyon College and has an MFA and an MBA from Yale.
Gabrielle provides extensive insight on generational trends in regards to Philanthropy. She also shares stories about her own successful program engaging millennial donors.
Gabrielle Carlin Sherb is a Director of Development in the Washington DC area. She has had the distinct privilege of building relationships with a diverse spectrum of leaders and supporters. Gabrielle has managed multiple annual, major gifts and special events campaigns raising over $10M.
Liz explains what elements make a great fundraising video. She also shares success stories about videos that have had significant FINANCIAL impact on ORGANIZATIONS.
Liz Norton was a freelance television producer for over ten years, with a focus on public policy issues. Those programs included several Fred Friendly Seminars for PBS, which explore thorny political and ethical issues in depth and she has also produced for MTV News, educating teens on crime-related issues. During the Clinton Administration, Liz was a research director in the White House Office of Communications. In that role, she served as a link between the president, the press and the public, primarily on the issues involving crime and drug policy. Before then she was a researcher on political campaign finances for Common Cause, a non-partisan lobbying organization. For twenty years Liz has been a director of the Diane and Norman Bernstein Foundation in Washington DC. She founded Stone Soup Films in early 2008.
Shalonda shares advice about building a fundraising strategy backed up with data. She also explains the importance of having the right team in place when creating data-driven-fundraising-campaigns.
Shalonda Hunter is the founder of Fast Lane Interactive (flitimes.com), a digital consultancy that help entrepreneurs and brands execute profitable paid advertising campaigns. Her expertise, across industries, has helped brands and companies leverage six and seven figure ROI, attract more than 100,000 new email subscribers and receive a 200%+ new page views per month. She is also a mentor for Google Startup Weekend and The Startup Institute New York and Huffington Post contributing writer.