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Join us at our Brown Bag session at The Action Alliance (5008 Monument Avenue) on Tuesday, August 2nd.
As Development professionals, we know we are responsible for building relationships, inculcating an organization-wide culture of philanthropy and for raising important and needed dollars to support our missions.
How do we create development plans with metrics to measure progress that reflects this broader view of our roles? How do we agree upon and document clear, measurable expectations with our organization’s volunteer and administrative leadership? What does success look like?
Remember, this is a Brown Bag luncheon – bring your own lunch. A variety of cold beverages will be provided.
Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., Program begins at 12:00 p.m.
Lisa Freeman, CFRE, is the principal of E.L. Freeman, LLC and is a consultant with over 30 years of development experience with a wide variety of organizations and holds a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy. Among other positions, Lisa served as the first development director of two organizations: Elk Hill of Goochland and Child Development Resources of Williamsburg. At the University of Richmond’s advancement office she served as assistant director of the $55 million capital campaign, director of the annual fund and director of special projects and gifts. For more than 8 years, she served as the founding executive director for a regional health care system in South Carolina. She is a previous member of the Walsingham Academy Board of Trustees and chair of the development committee, has chaired a fundraising effort for a Habitat for Humanity build and is a former volunteer Emergency Medical Technician. Lisa has served in a leadership role in a variety of organizations including AFP Hampton Roads, and University of Richmond’s Institute on Philanthropy. In 2010 she won VAFRE’s Nina Abady Award, which is presented to a fundraising professional who has demonstrated utmost excellence in the field of development.