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Re-engaging Donors in a Hybrid World
April 14, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Gather in person at 10:00am for networking in the lobby at the Bankhead Theater prior to our 10:30am program start.
Join us online at 10:30 am to attend the virtual program.
Building and sustaining engaged donor relationships has always been a critical component of successful fundraising. The model for what that looked like changed dramatically over the last two years, bringing both challenges and innovations to our development practices.
As we all begin to reemerge from this period of “virtual reality,” how are we redefining best practices in donor engagement, balancing donor-centricity with equitable practice, and rebuilding our donor communities through hybrid events and communications that afford greater access and inclusion?
Join Lisa Salomon of Salomon Strategic Development for an interactive conversation and facilitated group discussion that will tackle these questions and provide an opportunity for us all to learn from each other.
This will be a hybrid meeting with a limited number of seats available at The Bankhead Theater*. We welcome you to join us online for this program if you are unable to join us in person. A Zoom link will be sent to you upon completing registration.
*TVNPA follows all Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center COVID Protocols for live events.
Lisa A. Salomon has actively worked in the nonprofit sector for over thirty-five years and has held senior development positions with both New York and Bay Area organizations. In 2002, Lisa launched Salomon Strategic Development, a consulting practice serving small and mid-sized nonprofits seeking to build institutional infrastructure, capacity, and sustainability.
Clients have included Alameda County Community Food Bank, Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley Food & Housing Project, California Shakespeare Theater, Diablo Regional Arts Association, International Rescue Committee, Leadership Oakland Alumni Association, Oakland Parks and Recreation Foundation, Oakland Symphony, Piedmont Choirs, Playwrights Foundation, Pleasanton Cultural Arts Foundation, San Francisco Opera Guild, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, San Jose Museum of Art, and Shawl-Anderson Dance Center.
Lisa has taught classes and workshops in fundraising and board development for over two decades, and, over the course of her career, has taken a leadership role in organizing and moderating conferences, panels, and roundtables for various organizations and associations, as well as providing other services to the field.
Additionally, along with Program Sponsor, Genevieve Getman-Sowa of GGS Consulting, Lisa is a member of NICE Consultants, a collective of like-minded consultants serving nonprofits looking to increase their capacity and expand their impact.