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Permission to Launch
A successful Giving Tuesday launch requires three essential parts: strong preparation, effective messaging, and a thoughtful follow-up strategy.
This Giving Tuesday, one advancement team answers the question: just how far is all the way?
This month on the RAISE Podcast:
The RAISE Podcast, hosted by EverTrue CEO & Founder Brent Grinna, is a weekly podcast that features advancement’s most innovative leaders.
One of our favorite clips from this month’s RAISE convos comes from Joseph Kender, Senior Vice President at St. Joseph’s University.
Brent and Joe discuss how we can collectively fight back against higher ed’s bad PR by showing our audience the impact that our institutions have with stories about diseases cured, lives saved, careers built, and families changed – powered by authentic video.
Also featured this month on the RAISE Podcast: a benefiting member of the Curt Simic mentorship tree, Dana Cummings, Vice President at Franklin College. Reflections on the power of storytelling with Jean Kramer Crosby, Vice President at Ball State. And insights on recruiting and retaining diverse fundraisers, featuring Howard University’s Senior Vice President, David Bennett.
This month on the Development Debrief podcast:
“What if I told you that you can’t plan your life, but you can make small moves each day to ensure a strong, healthy, and authentic path?”
The Development Debrief Podcast, hosted by Kathryn Van Sickle, is a podcast for professionals, thought leaders, and donors in the field of fundraising.
Kathryn kicks off November on the Development Debrief with an inspiring conversation featuring Shanna Hocking, author of the new book “One Bold Move a Day.” They talk about momentum building, dreams realized, and lifestyle decisions.
Also on the Development Debrief this month, we get an insider’s perspective on returning to your alma mater in a fundraising leadership position through Connor Adams, Senior Director of Development at the University of Miami. And we dig into whether the term “Frontline” is a necessary descriptor for fundraisers in a conversation with Adam Doyno, Director of Development at the City University of New York.
Tune in to the Debrief on evertrue.com/studios.
This month on the Mentorship Matters podcast
Kim Nyoni hosted some hard-hitting conversations on the Mentorship Matters podcast this month.
He covered the role advancement leaders play in equitable recruitment with Floyd Akins, Vice President at the University of Toledo.
He spoke with Dr. Lawrence Chatters, Executive Associate Athletic Director at the University of Nebraska, about intentionally harnessing the energy and enthusiasm of our athletics fan bases to support our DEI efforts.
And he talked about how “it’s OK to not be OK” with Dr. Noelle Lefforge, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, at the University of Denver.
Tune in, get inspired, and raise better. Any time.
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