AFP CA, Golden Gate Chapter: Masters Series 2012
Association of Fundraising Professionals, Golden Gate Chapter
Masters Series 2012
This highly interactive learning program is aimed at providing an in-depth, small-group professional development opportunity for fund development officers and consultants with 15 or more years' of experience. Limited to 20 participants, the session is offered in 2 parts. Workshop price is $100/Members and $150 for Nonmembers for two sessions, including refreshments. Preferential registration is given to AFP Members. Proceeds from the sessions go to support the Golden Gate Chapter’s education programs. Click to register.
Crisis Management for Development Leaders: Real-Life Cases, Discussion and Lessons
Thursday, 10 May 2012
8:00 a.m. refreshments, discussion 8:30-10:00 a.m.
Location: Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund, 114 Sansome Street, Suite 500, San Francisco
Leaders: Bob Glavin & Theresa Nelson
Host: Paula Morris, Program Director, Haas Jr. Fund
Bob Glavin and Theresa Nelson will lead two case analysis discussions, focused on development actions in a time of organizational crisis at San Francisco Catholic Charities, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Bob Glavin is active in the nonprofit sector as a consultant, teacher, speaker, writer, and volunteer. His firm, Robert Glavin, Inc. (www.robertglavin.com), provides consulting services in fundraising, governance, and management to nonprofit organizations nationwide. Previously, he was Senior Consultant at Fitzgerald & Graves, Executive Director of the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, and Director of Development at the California Academy of Sciences, University of San Francisco, and Georgetown University Medical Center. He has a BA from Georgetown and a Masters in Nonprofit Administration from USF. He teaches graduate courses in nonprofit fundraising, governance, and management at USF and San Francisco State.
Theresa Nelson, MBA, CFRE, has 30 years of experience with nonprofit organizations in philanthropy, board development and strategic planning (www.theresanelson.com). Consulting on major gifts and campaigns since 1998, Theresa also serves as interim head of development for clients, for organizations as varied as the California Academy of Sciences and Homeless Prenatal Program. An adjunct professor, she taught nonprofit fundraising and marketing at UC Berkeley and USF. She has a BS in Marketing from the University of Illinois/Chicago and an MBA in Nonprofit Administration from Golden Gate University. She serves on the boards of Children’s Fairyland, Humanities West, AFP and Frog Park.
Managing an Organizational Crisis in Real Time
led by Dan Danzig, HealthTech Communications Group
Thursday, June 28
3:30-5:30 p.m., with reception from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
At California Academy of Sciences
Hosted by Rebecca Schuett, Director of Corporate Support, California Academy of Sciences
This session also includes admission to the California Academy of Sciences’ evening NightLife program (regular admission $12).
Participants will assume different roles as they manage a cascading crisis in "real" time. Following the crisis "drill," participants will review what happened and identify principles and tactics for effectively managing organizational reputation during a public crisis.
Daniel Danzig is a communications consultant who has worked for Kaiser Permanente, The Clorox Company, and now practices in his own firm, the HealthTech Communications Group. In addition to providing strategic public relations and marketing communication support for clients, Dan has extensive experience managing corporate issues, crises, and media relations. He helps clients prepare crisis communication plans, manage media-driven crises, and trains spokespersons for media interviews. A graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, Dan completed executive MBA programs through U.C. Berkeley, Stanford, and St. Mary's College. Dan is an Oakland native who resides in Orinda with his wife, Dianne, a nurse educator and children's book author. His oldest son is a journalist, his youngest son is completing a degree in industrial design. He volunteers as a reading tutor through the Oakland-based Faith Network, reads, writes, and dreams about the perfect round of golf.
Each NightLife session has a special theme, and features creative cocktails and food, access to all exhibits, special planetarium shows, and a live band or DJ. For more on the program, see; http://www.calacademy.org/events/nightlife/