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Program Description:Executive and Development Directors of small shops regularly face the challenge of determining how best to use their human and financial resources to further their development program. Juggling 101 – Knowing How to Keep the Right Development Balls in the Air will help the leaders of small shops – either Executive Directors with development responsibility or Development Directors working alone or with limited personnel – a system for determining the right components for their development program.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Identify the critical components needed in their small shop to have a balanced, successful development program;
- Understand how to evaluate the pros and cons of different development tools specific to their organization’s strengths and weaknesses; and
- Identify the components of a realistic, small shop development plan.
- Assessing the organization’s current resources
- Human Resources
- Existing fund development program
- Understanding the existing fund development programs
- Conducting an effective time study
- Prioritizing your fund development program
- Time study results
- Fiscal realities
- Correlation to organizational mission and vision
- Identify your fund development program gaps
- Developing an action plan
- Top 3 priorities
- What exists and what’s missing
Bio on Amy Wolfe:
- Key plan elements
- Acknowledging human and fiscal resource realities
- Inclusion of data to justify decisions
- Performance reviews and metrics
- Leveraging strengths
Amy Wolfe, MPPA, CFRE President and CEO AgSafe
Amy Wolfe is the President and CEO of AgSafe, the education leader for the food and farming industries in supporting their commitment to a healthy and safe workforce and a sustainable wholesome food supply. Her career has included tenure as a professional staff member in the California State Assembly, serving as an account executive for E&J Gallo Winery and as Vice President of the California Agricultural Leadership Foundation.
Ms. Wolfe is also dedicated to her community and profession, serving on the Board of Directors for the Association of Fundraising Professionals as well as being involved in the Girl Scouts Heart of Central California and Omega Nu – Phi Gamma Chapter
Ms. Wolfe received her Master of Public Policy and Administration from California State University, Sacramento, her Bachelor of Science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and is accredited as a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE).
She, her husband, their daughter and their Great Dane live in the country and make the most of being so close to the beauty that is rural California.
When: Wednesday, July 18th
Where: The River Club (1 Independent Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32202 - 35th floor)
Time: Breakfast at 8am/Program Begins at 8:30am
Cost: $30 for Members*/$45 for Non-Members (Breakfast Included)