FREE Webinar

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April 17, 2018

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Reservation Deadline: April 13, 2018

Although the webinar is FREE, reservations are required. A webinar will only be shown at a specific location if someone registers to attend by January 12th.

Select from Four Convenient Locations

  • Toledo (ABLE Office): 525 Jefferson Avenue Suite 300 
  • Defiance (ABLE Office): 1340 A West High St 
  • Findlay (LAWO Office): 1800 North Blanchard St Suite 109 
  • Sandusky (LAWO Office): 109 W. Water St Suite U

Approved for 1.0 CFRE Credit; documentation

 

Sponsored by

Toledo Community Foundation

Our thanks to The Toledo Community Foundation, whose generosity allows the AFP Northwest Ohio Chapter is able to provide this webinar FREE all interested nonprofit fundraising professionals, board members, and volunteers. Normally, AFP webinars would cost $79 for AFP members and $99 for non-members.

Location Sponsor

ABLE/LAWO

We greatly appreciate ABLE (Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc.) and LAWO (Legal Aid of Western Ohio), who host our webinars each month. Because of their availability, nonprofit fundraising executives are able to select from four convenient locations to view our professional development webinars.

 

 

Diversity in Giving: Moving from Awareness to Action

  • Alphonce J. Brown, Jr. - Principal Consultant, Docere Consulting, Inc.
  • Janice Gow Pettey, Ed.D. - Founder & Principal, J. G. Pettey & Associates

DiversityUnderstanding and dealing with diversity, inclusion and equity in today’s philanthropic environment can present both challenges and opportunities. Join two of AFP’s diversity champions, Alphonce J. Brown, Jr., and Janice Gow Pettey in the upcoming diversity webinar which will include a discussion of today’s expanded definition of diversity, the presentation of recent diversity data, examples of diverse philanthropy, and a conversation looking at changes in philanthropy in the United States through the lens of diversity. This session will explore ways nonprofits can move from awareness of diversity to action.

Participants will:

  • Better understand the changing landscape of diversity today.
  • Get beyond unconscious bias to understand and leverage giving characteristics of various diverse populations.
  • Create the culture needed to improve fundraising outcomes within diverse communities.

About the Speakers

Janice Gow PetteyJanice Gow Pettey is a nonprofit consultant, author, and noted authority on diversity, ethics, and nonprofit governance. She has a doctorate degree in organization and learning from the University of San Francisco. Janice is chair emeritus of both AFP Ethics Committee and the AFP Research Council. During her nonprofit career she has served both as CEO and led the development efforts for various national and international organizations. Janice is the author of Cultivating Diversity in Fundraising and she is the editor of Nonprofit Fundraising Strategy: A Guide to Ethical Decision Making and Regulation for Nonprofit Organizations, both published by Wiley. She is an adjunct professor in the School of Education at the University of San Francisco. She also teaches for the Fund Raising School at the Lily Family School of Philanthropy, IUPUI.

 

Alphonce BrownAlphonce J. Brown, Jr., is the principal consultant for Docere Consulting, Inc.—a company he founded in July 2003. The company’s mission is to teach its clients how to achieve sustainability using new technology and proven fundraising methods through the use of annual fund, capital campaigns, special events and major donor solicitation.

Alphonce has worked with large established nonprofits, as well as small grassroots organizations. He also has consulted with local, state and federal governmental agencies and international NGOs. He was the director of development, National Minority AIDS Council, Washington, DC; vice president, University Advancement of California State University, Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA; president & CEO of the Prairie View A&M University Foundation; assistant dean of External Relations at the College and Graduate School of Business, University of Texas at Austin—and has held senior positions at a number of other nonprofit organizations. He has considerable expertise in the areas of strategic planning, organizational assessments, board development, volunteer management and fund development. Brown is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, an Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE), and an AFP Master Trainer. He is a past chair of AFP International. 

 

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AFP Ten Star ChapterFriends of DiversityAssociation of Fundraising Professionals Northwest Ohio Chapter

John D. Lechman, CFRE, Chapter President

info@afpnwo.org | PO Box 2507, Toledo  OH  43606
330-329-2472 | 330-315-0399 Fax

 

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Ten Star Gold Chapter

 

Friends of Diversity Award

Association of Fundraising Professionals Northwest Ohio Chapter | John Lechman, President

info@afpnwo.org | PO Box 2507, Toledo  OH  43606
330-329-2472 | 330-315-0399 Fax

© 2013-2018 AFPNWO, Toledo OH 43606 | All rights reserved.

 

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