April Chapter Meeting
Topic: Sustaining An Impactful Fundraising Program
Dr. Nancy Rieves
Crouch & Associates
Dr. Nancy Rieves will share her knowledge and experiences in sustaining an impactful fundraising program. To be high performing, you must have your house in order—that means create effective teams, have engaged boards, and practice artful fundraising. Teams must have clarity of roles, practice canopy focus, and work a “top 100” list to combat being spread too thin. Board members are to be engaged, held accountable, and be raving advocates for your organization. Discover what really is the art to fundraising!
About the Presenter
Dr. Rieves is the founding Executive Director and was the driving force behind the establishment of the Phi Theta Kappa Foundation, serving the 16-member Board of Trustees in planning and fundraising. Rieves served on the Society’s Cabinet and provided oversight of the scholarship and public relations departments. The Foundation raised over $16 million in support of programs for advisors and members. Prior to 2006, Rieves taught business and leadership classes at a community college in Arkansas, later directing planning, accreditation and ultimately advancement. She led fund-raising efforts for both higher education and the art community, her two greatest passions. Her background has provided her with numerous skills, which she brings to her current position as a nonprofit consultant. She holds an undergraduate degree in marketing, a master’s degree in business education, and a doctorate in education leadership.
We look forward to seeing you and your guests!
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