Over the course of one week in 2020, the entire advancement world went from working fully in-person to fully-remote, and there’s been an industry-wide recalibration
We hear it every day from leaders we are talking to in the industry. Hiring and retaining talent is harder than ever. Some even say
Advancement shops across the country are opening up, resuming travel, and meeting face-to-face with donors for the first time in a long time. Chances are,
It’s hard to deny that there’s a hole in the advancement talent pipeline: The average tenure for a gift officer is less than 18 months.
On the latest episode of the RAISE Podcast, Brent sat down with Brooks Hull, VP of University Advancement at Louisiana Tech University. Brooks started his
Recently, Ashley Budd of Cornell University joined the RAISE Blog to share some of her team’s recent unique virtual events. She’s back this week to
New year, new podcast episodes! While we all settle into a new routine in 2021, the RAISE Podcast has been cranking out regular episodes. Here
How many times have you heard the saying, “New year, new me?” Whether you’re passionate about New Year’s resolutions or roll your eyes at the
Back in December, we shared some examples of exciting and innovative ways that institutions are helping to connect with their alumni through live virtual events.
In our line of work, everyday is an adventure. Our colleagues in the advancement world are always finding creative ways to foster virtual engagement with
To say that 2020 has been a challenging year would be a slight understatement. But in the midst of a global pandemic, we want to
At this point, the challenges of remote work are old news. But that doesn’t make them any less challenging. Amidst a global health crisis, it