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Dallas, TX, United States, 2009/12/11 - Join us for this high-powered, in-depth session conducted by noted leaders in peer-to-peer fundraising for independent schools, liberal arts colleges, and universities - PublishingConcepts.com.
PCI’s New Media Fundraising Forum, Leveraging Online Best Practices for Class Agent Fundraising, in Boston, Mass. on Tues., Feb 23, 2010, will be a high-powered, in-depth session conducted by leaders in peer-to-peer fundraising for independent schools, liberal arts colleges, and universities.
As the first event in PCI’s New Media Strategies Series for development professionals, participants will learn from the best about the techniques and technologies that can help schools and colleges reach and even exceed their goals—in the toughest times. As education institutions face the most challenging fundraising environment in many years, PCI is providing a valuable opportunity to share best practices and streamline the class agent solicitation process.
Distinguished Speakers include Michele Boillotat, Director of Annual Giving Programs,Rice University; Jon Hysell, Director of Annual Giving, Hamilton College, and Lisa Salinetti Ross, Director of the Annual Fund/Associate Director of Development, The Loomis Chaffee School. Also featured will be a white paper from PCI on the impact of social media and the Internet on peer-to-peer fundraising.
The location is Cambridge, MA (Facility details to follow.); cost is $149; schedule is 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm; Lunch and cocktail reception included. Reserve your place and seating is limited.
PCI (publishingconcepts.com) has been in the business of engaging alumni, publishing directories, and accelerating contributions for educational institutions and associations for more than 80 years. With a rare combination of proven experience and pioneering expertise, PCI delivers seamless technology and best-practices execution—with the added value of personalized service. Clients never feel like just a number.