Join us for a monthly "Lunch & Learn" on the third Friday of each month, from 12:00-1:00 Central!
Grab your lunch and hop on Zoom to chat with colleagues and industry leaders. Each month, we'll pick a topic and bring in a speaker to share ideas and knowledge, and then we'll open the floor for questions and conversation.
In the wake of data scandals, security concerns, and a growing number of new data privacy laws, is traditional prospect research still relevant and appropriate for fundraising? How does this ever-changing landscape affect how we fundraise and manage our donors’ data. What are the ethical implications in managing information and using publicly available data? This session will explore a 2020 survey where nonprofits share their practices and compare this to the new realities in research and data, discuss the ethics surrounding them, and how best to ensure your program uses and manages data effectively.
T. Clay Buck is a 30-year fundraising veteran as both a frontline fundraiser and senior consultant. He has experience in all areas of fundraising, with particular expertise in annual and individual giving and in fundraising operations. Clay was President of the AFP Las Vegas chapter for two years, co-authored the U.S. Critical Fundraising Report for Rogare and teaches fundraising at UNLV. He holds a BA from University of GA and an MFA from Michigan State.
Ryan Woroniecki is the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at DonorSearch, the industry leader in prospect research, screening, and analytics. He has helped over a thousand nonprofits with various prospect development efforts. His expertise ranges from donor segmentation, prospect management, qualification, individual gift planning, and relationship management. He is a former APRA-MD board member and currently serves on the boards of AFP-DC and The Giving Institute
The Zoom link will be sent in your registration confirmation email.