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Sunday, October 5 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
Viability of Development

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 The field of philanthropy is facing unprecedented change and turnover. This is leading to increasing CEO/ED distrust in the Development Director and new high levels of discontent with fundraisers. 

 In this session, Fundraising Coach Marc Pitman will facilitate a discussion around some of the key recommendations from the UnderDeveloped study. He'll include findings from the 2014 NCDC Leadership Summit.

 Whether you're a board member, an executive director, or a development director, you'll leave this session with concrete ideas you can immediately put into practice in your organization.


Moderators
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Chad McEachern

President and CEO, Edmundite Missions
McEachern is President and CEO of the Edmundite Missions. He raises critically needed funds to sustain outreach efforts for the poor, coordinates development efforts, builds new initiatives and develops strategies which feed, clothe, shelter and educate the needy in the Deep South.  McEachern promotes and builds relationships that engage others in the ongoing task of evangelization through the Corporal Works of Mercy described in Matthew 25... Read More →

Speakers
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Marc A. Pitman

Executive Director, The Nonprofit Academy
Marc A. Pitman helps leaders, especially in nonprofits, lead their teams with more effectiveness and less stress. The author of "Ask Without Fear!," he is also the founder of FundraisingCoach.com and the executive director of TheNonprofitAcademy.com. | | Called "The Johnny Appleseed of Fundriasing," Marc's expertise and enthusiasm engages audiences around the world and has caught the attention of media organizations as diverse as Al... Read More →


Sunday October 5, 2014 10:00am - 12:00pm
Salon F-G

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