Finding the RIGHT Development Director – November 23rd @ 4

When: Monday November 23, 2015 @ 4 pm

What: The challenges and triumphs of identifying the right development director for your organization

– defining organizational needs

– tips for the interview process

– measuring accountability

– Return of Investment

Audience:

A presentation for executive directors, development directors, and board members of social service nonprofits and educational institutions.

Presenter bio:

bb-profile - CopyLouise Jackson is a lifelong resident of Fort Wayne. She received her undergraduate from St. Mary of the Woods College and an MBA from the University of St. Francis. A graduate of the I.U. School of Philanthropy, Louise has over 18 years of development experience with a strong focus in higher education. She is currently the Director of Development at Ball State University assigned to the College of Architecture and Planning and the College of Applied Science and Technology. Her focus is on major gifts of $25,000 and above. She is an adjunct faculty in the Department of Family Consumer Science at Ball State. Over her career, Louise has served on numerous boards within the Fort Wayne community. In her spare time, she provides coaching for nonprofits in search of strengthening their development focus.

Where: Meeting Room B – Main Library

How: Seating is limited for this informational session.  Reserve your seat today! RSVP here.

23 @ 4 Programs are resource presentations packed into one hour. These are not intended to be workshops or classes, they are intended to provide attendees with an overview of the topic with reviews of as many resources and materials possible within 60 minutes.

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