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Marketing Collaborator: AFP Event November 11, 2015

01 Oct 2015 10:28 AM | Stephanie Weadock (Administrator)

 

It all seems so simple...ALL you need is MONEY.

If all you need is money then why do development professionals care about program statistics? Why should program staff care about their outcomes?

Fundraisers can make a GREAT case to individual donors and corporate sponsors when they have great data to share from their programs. It's a great cycle, excellent program results leads to increased funding for the program to reach more in need.

In the session "All You Need is Money", Stacey Harris, Founder of Social Evolution, show how program statistics can help you with effective fundraising.

Click Here to view the agenda of morning educational sessions.

 
 

Stacey Harris is a seasoned global business leader from the corporate and nonprofit sectors and has a diverse background having worked for companies like Citibank, Compaq Computer, and Fidelity Investments. With expertise in finance, marketing and sales, Stacey has driven revenue growth across international markets by creating innovative sales strategies and building successful teams. For five and a half years, Stacey was the Vice President of Corporate Alliances for Make-A-Wish International over which time she built a global corporate sponsor infrastructure, launched a sponsor team to develop partnerships with companies like Disney, Mattel, and Kia Motors, and increased revenue by over 700%. With a passion to create better communities and a better world, she recently launched her own venture - Social Evolution, to invest in projects with impactful social outcomes. She consults for non-profits and companies on topics around corporate social responsibility, building sales teams and fundraising strategies, governance, and globalization of social impact and cause marketing programs and would love to hear from you.

Stacey has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Law, studied abroad at the University of Nottingham in the U.K., and at the Complutense University of Madrid in Spain. She completed her Masters in International Business from Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix, AZ in 2000. Stacey spends her free time traveling around the world and spent several years living in Europe while mastering her Spanish. She has served on Boards of local children’s organizations in Phoenix and is a current Board Director for the W.P. Carey Center for Entrepreneurship at ASU.

 

Join your fellow fundraising executives at the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix on Wednesday, November 11 to celebrate philanthropy. The day will begin with a morning of educational sessions with top professionals and conclude with our awards luncheon. Please plan to join us!
 

 

Celebration of Philanthropy

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown

340 N. 3rd St.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

For any questions please call our chapter office at 480-947-3459 or email admin@afpaz.org



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