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Alumni Relations 101
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When: 02/25/2019
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: The Cambridge School
6200 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, Maryland  21212
United States

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At many independent schools the alumni represent the lion’s share of philanthropic giving to both the annual fund and special campaigns. For schools without a formal alumni program, hiring their first dedicated alumni engagement director, or a first-time alumni director in the role, knowing where to start can be a daunting proposition.

With the collected wisdom of 13 schools located across the country and in the UK, participants will explore proven methods to connect with alumni that graduated in 8th grade and those that graduated in 12th, and expectations that alumni have for their alma mater.  


In this workshop participants will learn:

·       The top five things to focus on in the first two years

·       Keys to Alumni Champion recruitment and engagement

·       How to plan successful events, at home or on the road

·       How to be a Networking Guru for Alumni

·       And more!

AIMS Members: $25 
NON AIMS Members: $45

Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after February 18th.   


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Presenter Information:
Jill Goodman is a fundraising and strategic direction professional with a diverse range of skills across the non-profit and educational sectors. With over 20 years of experience developing, executing, and growing core fundraising programs to forward the mission of numerous organizations, Jill has built a reputation for exceptional, solution-oriented results. With a 360-degree understanding of the nonprofit world – she has served as an administrator, staff member, grant maker, trustee, and volunteer – Jill recently demonstrated measurable success by helping The GreenMount School, an independent school, quadruple its annual giving via donor identification and creative stewardship. Her leadership and development consulting experience span every organizational size, from health initiatives like the Movember Foundation (known for its yearly international awareness campaign) to small, independent schools. Jill continues to help organizations harness the combination of strategy, creativity, planning, and compelling messaging that is essential to stand out in today’s competitive non-profit landscape. 
Jill hails from the Mid-Atlantic, growing up in an industrial Pennsylvania town, the daughter of a factory owner who had a strong philanthropic commitment. Immersed in an ethos of generosity, Jill became involved in community initiatives and fundraising from a very young age. She is a graduate of Drexel University in Philadelphia, and now calls Baltimore, Maryland home. She and her husband like to bike, take in arts and cultural happenings, hike, cook using home-delivery meal services, and laugh with friends. They have two daughters and a son-in-law. 


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