You’ve spent years planning for your campaign, assessing internal readiness, developing an institutional vision and goals, researching potential campaign lead donors, recruiting campaign chairs and committees, and securing lead gifts during your quiet phase. But when do you go public? How do you continue the momentum of the quiet phase to secure major and leadership level gifts during the public phase? What happens to your campaign leadership during the public phase?
During this Gonser Gerber Institute webinar, we will discuss when and how you should take your campaign public so that you are prepared for the work it will take to successfully finish your campaign.
Here are some of the issues we will address:
- When to go public
- Structuring the public phase
- Leadership in the public phase
- Solicitations in the public phase
- Preparing for the celebration(s) and post-campaign
The fee is $295 per institution, which allows your entire team the opportunity to participate in this professional development at the same time. If you are a current client of Gonser Gerber Advancement Consulting, that fee is just $145. You will also receive a copy of the presentation and a recording of the webinar with your registration.
On Demand Details: After your registration, you will receive a copy of the power point presentation as well as a copy of the recording. (Please allow at least 48 business hours to receive your materials.) You will be able to share these materials with your entire team, including volunteers, and review the recording as many times as you need.
Chad Jolly, Ph.D., Gonser Gerber partner, has been serving the field of education for more than 20 years. Most recently, he served as Vice President for Institutional Advancement for William Jewell College (MO) where he led a highly successful advancement program and was responsible for development, alumni relations, public relations and marketing. His professional background also includes enrollment management. Dr. Jolly is a frequent presenter and speaker at conferences and professional meetings throughout the U.S.
Who Should Attend
Mid-level Advancement Professionals – For staff who already know the basics and need to refine skills in defined areas.
New to Advancement – For professionals new to the advancement profession – whether this is your first job or you’re a workforce veteran.
- Campaign Volunteer Leaders
- Chief Advancement Officers
- Development Directors
- Major Gift and Planned Giving staff
- Alumni/Constituent Relations staff
- Campaign staff
- Communications and Public Relations staff