AFP Complimentary Webinar (Sponsored): How to Maintain Donor Relationships During Staff Transitions
1:00-2:00 PM Eastern | Presenters: Andy Canada and Timothy Krull
Eligible for 1 CFRE Education Point
Your donors are the lifeblood of your mission. However, maintaining donor relationships can be a challenge, especially during times of staff turnover—one of the biggest challenges facing nonprofits today.
If your organization is struggling to maintain and grow crucial donor relationships with new front-line fundraising staff members or unfilled positions, join the webinar to learn how to:
- Maximize the time major gift officers can commit to cultivation and solicitation;
- Transition donor relationships during staff changes;
- Streamline and customize portfolios to focus staff efforts on the most promising prospects;
- Pinpoint untapped potential in your donor database; and
- Make the case for greater investment in advancement.
PLEASE NOTE: BY REGISTERING FOR THIS WEBINAR YOU AGREE TO HAVE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION, INCLUDING E-MAIL ADDRESS, PASSED ON TO JGA FOR THE PURPOSE OF FOLLOWING UP ON YOUR INTERESTS.
Andy Canada is Senior Consultant and Director of Data Analytics at Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates, a strategic consulting firm for nonprofits located in Indiana. Andy brings to JGA’s clients significant development experience focused on campaign development and implementation, major and planned gift development, data analytics, and annual giving. Andy has been with JGA for more than 10 years, after a successful career in development at both the Indiana University Foundation and Purdue University.
Timothy Krull is Consultant, Data Analytics, at Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates. Tim leverages his background in finance and accounting along with experience in quantitative analysis, benchmarking, and staffing analytics to assist JGA clients in putting their data to use for better fundraising outcomes Prior to joining JGA in 2010, Tim was a senior accountant at Alerding & Co. He also worked as a district manager with ADP, a payment and benefit solutions provider, and as controller for Indesign, where he managed accounting, financial and benefit programs for the company.