Monday, September 17, 2018
ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING
and discussion of #MeToo in Fundraising
WiD members will gather for cocktails, and to learn more about what’s happening with the organization this year. Members will have the opportunity to hear from expert speakers about how the #MeToo movement is impacting the fundraising world.
Monday, September 17, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Ann Goodman Recital Hall
Kaufman Music Center
129 West 67th Street
Announcing our panelists:
Commissioner of Human Rights, City of Yonkers
Theresa Bowman-Smith’s passion for community support, activism and education has resulted in various leadership roles for the past three decades in the New York City Metro Area, where she continues to strive to improve the lives of women and children. Theresa also serves as a Commissioner of Human Rights for the City of Yonkers, has overseen diversity initiatives for the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, serves on the Advisory Board of Open Arms Children International, and has volunteered her time as a mentor for the YMCA. She possesses a strong knowledge of how citizens can best empower themselves against injustice, through education and advocacy initiatives.
Assistant Dean for Development & Alumni Relations, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Ann Boyd-Stewart has more than twenty years of experience in strategic and comprehensive fundraising, public relations, and nonprofit management at multibillion dollar, highly matrixed, research institutions, as well as, highly centralized, private liberal arts universities. This breadth is reflected in her current position as Assistant Dean for Development and Alumni Relations for the first School of Philanthropy in the country—the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. During her career, she has managed over 30 frontline fundraisers in her roles at SUNY Stony Brook Medicine, Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. She has been a seminar speaker for the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) where she serves on the Education Advisory Committee, as well as, served in an Ideation focus group on this topic for [Glassceiling.com]GlassCeiling.com.
Editor, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Stacy Palmer has served as a top editor since the Chronicle of Philanthropy was founded in 1988 and has overseen the development of its website, Philanthropy.com. She plays a hands-on role in many Chronicle services, such as its Philanthropy Today daily newsletter and its webinar series offering professional development for people involved in fundraising, grant seeking, advocacy, marketing and social media.
Palmer has appeared frequently on radio and television to offer commentary on news in the nonprofit world. She is the editor of Challenges for Philanthropy and Nonprofits, a book published by the University Press of New England that collects three decades of observations by the nonprofit activist and Chronicle columnist Pablo Eisenberg. Before she helped found the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Palmer was editor for government and politics at the Chronicle of Higher Education.
She is a graduate of Brown University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in international relations. She has been an active alumna, serving on numerous alumni boards, including chairing the Brown Alumni Magazine and is now a member of the university's Women's Leadership Council.
Caroline Kim Oh
Executive Coach and Non-Profit Leader
Caroline Kim Oh is a certified executive coach, facilitator and advisor specializing in nonprofits and foundations. As a trusted advisor to senior leaders who are navigating complex business challenges, she helps her clients to become confident, high performing and authentic leaders.
In addition to coaching, Caroline consults with organizations for effective executive leadership on-boarding, assessment and development. She is a frequent speaker and advisor on a variety of nonprofit management and leadership issues. Prior to coaching, Caroline served over 12 years with iMentor, a youth development and college access nonprofit. She served as its first Director of Programs, then its Executive Director and finally its President. Caroline received her BA from Cornell University and MPA from the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service at NYU. She has served on boards of directors for Row New York, Youth I.N.C. and the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee New York.
Registration: FREE - Registration required
Open to WiD members only.
Be sure to mark your calendars as space is limited for this highly-anticipated event!
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