AFP - Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Announces Unique Double-Header Event with Special Guest Speaker
The local chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals welcomes to the Lehigh Valley, internationally recognized expert Simone Joyaux.
By: Association of Fundraising Professionals - EastPA
The morning class, "Creating Your Next Fund Development Plan," will focus on building processes that ensures accountability among the staff and the board. Attendees will learn how the right plan and comprehensive content can produce valuable learning and change. The evening keynote, considered a "talkback" session, is titled "Changing Your Organization to Produce Greater Impact," and will follow an open format with Simone leading a challenging and engaging conversation about the importance of impact.
"When the opportunity presented itself to bring Simone to the Lehigh Valley, we jumped at the chance," revealed Andrew Block, President of the Board of Directors for AFP-EP. "My nonprofit fundraising peers from the Lehigh Valley and beyond are poised to learn from Simone's expertise and to use it to improve and streamline their organizations."
Internationally known, Simone Joyaux is often referred to as "one of the nonprofit sector's most thoughtful, inspirational, and provocative leaders." She was one of the first fundraising professionals to receive the credential of Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE) in 1994. The certification is only accomplished through a rigorous peer-review process that demonstrates an advanced level of fundraising knowledge and professional competency. She lives her life following the belief that philanthropy is both a job and a way of life.
Tickets for both events can be purchased at: https://community.afpnet.org/
About the Association of Fundraising Professionals - Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter:
The Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) has worked to advance ethical and effective fundraising throughout its region since 1986. The majority of its members represent organizations in Lehigh and Northampton counties. Its approximately 150 members are active professionals in the development, public relations, nonprofit management, and fundraising consulting fields. The chapter works to foster professional development at all career levels and provide educational opportunities for all non-profit constituencies, including board members, donors, youth, and funders.