Come to Indianapolis to focus on emerging philanthropic markets (i.e., ethnic, LGBT, young alumni) in educational advancement and nonprofit organizations, while exploring minority wealth, philanthropic behaviors and diverse engagement strategies.
This year’s program highlights management and leadership skills for development professionals of diverse backgrounds and features a new track, Research for Practice.
Benefits of Attending
- Understand the impact of diverse philanthropy.
- Create strategies to engage community members and leaders as fundraising partners.
- Enhance your leadership skills.
- Gain direct skills for managing relationships at all levels.
- Learn best practices for fundraising from diverse constituencies.
Who Should Attend
Advancement professionals—at all levels—who want to effectively increase their contributions and resources to their organization
Diverse and majority advancement professionals serving, managing and soliciting diverse constituencies
Senior management professionals looking to develop and enhance strategies to attract and retain diverse employees, while creating an open culture.
This conference is co-presented with the African American Development Officers Network (AADO) in partnership with the Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy.
Monday, April 15 from 12:00 AM
to Wednesday, April 17 at 12:00 AM
Indianapolis, IN 46204