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Quarterly Workshops and Luncheon
March 29 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
NCPC 2019 Quarterly Program March 29 Workshops & Luncheon
Join us for a morning of education around building donor relationships at our Quarterly Workshops and Luncheon on March 29!
WORKSHOPS – Attendees select one of two options
Option 1: Cultivating Donors: Inspiring the Ultimate Relationship
Audience: New to experienced development staff, board members and volunteers
Many think fundraising is about asking people for money, but it’s so much more. This workshop will provide a new paradigm that replaces fear with joy in fundraising.
Presenter: Liz Sheahan, Vice President of Development, Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and North County Food Bank
Liz oversees all development initiatives for the Food Bank, providing food to 370,000 San Diegans every month. She has worked in hunger relief since 2006 – originally in Wausau, Wisconsin, and then with Society of St. Andrew, a national gleaning organization. She joined the San Diego Food Bank in 2015.
Liz earned a BS in Social Work from Augsburg College in Minneapolis and a master’s degree in Philanthropy & Development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. She is certified as a Fellow in Charitable Estate Planning. Prior to entering the hunger relief world, she worked in education and hospice. Liz graduated from LEAD San Diego in 2014. An avid volunteer, Liz has served on the boards of directors for many organizations. She currently serves on the board of the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce and as Vice Chair of the board for ProduceGood. In addition, she co-chairs the Programs Committee for the North County Philanthropy Council.
Option 2: Organizations that Inspire Generous Gifts
Audience: Mid to Senior level development professionals
Presenter: Rebecca Tseng Smith, Senior Executive Director of Development, University of California San Diego
Rebecca Tseng Smith is a member of the leadership team in university development at UC San Diego. Prior to arriving in La Jolla, she enjoyed a long career in development serving the University of Hawai’i Foundation, Stanford University, Harvard University and Cornell University. The subject that has most interested her in her work is philanthropic motivation; what motivates individuals to make very generous gifts and how can we shape our institutions and practices to inspire and accept this generosity? She chairs CASE’s long-standing conference on this subject “Inspiring the Largest Gifts of a Lifetime.” Rebecca earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature and a master’s degree in theology at Boston University. She loves to read, travel and hike.
Registration: 9:30 AM
Workshops: 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Non- Members= $35
Title: Major Gifts: Building Long-Term Commitment to the Cause
Joan Chitiea, Individual donor
Liz Sheahan, Vice President of Development, Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and North County Food Bank
Liz oversees all development initiatives for the Food Bank, providing food to 370,000 San Diegans every month. She has worked in hunger relief since 2006 – originally in Wausau, Wisconsin, and then with Society of St. Andrew, a national gleaning organization. She joined the San Diego Food Bank in 2015. Read more here.
Dean Dwyer, CEO, David C Copley Foundation
Dean currently serves as a Director and is the President/CEO of the David C. Copley Foundation. In addition, he is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Catholic Community Foundation of San Diego and is the current Board Chairman for Cristo Rey San Diego High School. Read more here.
Max Villalobos, COO, Kaiser, and North County Lifeline Board Member
Max Villalobos currently leads Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals operations in North County, as the Chief Operating Officer. His role includes oversight of Kaiser Permanente’s North County membership growth strategy and delivery system expansion. He is responsible for developing strong partnerships with Kaiser Permanente’s contracted health care partners in the North County. Read more here.
How do donors become true partners in an organization’s mission? What are the elements that inspire a donor to become more deeply involved in an organization and create a truly lasting relationship? This panel includes organizational representatives and donors, reflecting on how their partnerships have developed and strengthened, and how both parties are truly invested in the success of the organization.
Registration: 11:30 AM
Luncheon: 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Non- Members= $45
Both Programs Price:
Non- Members= $75