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Partnering for Breakthrough Philanthropy
May 17, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 11:30 am
Speaker: Ben Golding, Chief Operating Officer, Advancement Resources
Ben consults with many of the nation’s leading healthcare organizations, academic institutions and non-profitorganizations on donor-centric development practices that drive transformational philanthropy.
Among his institutional clients are the University of Washington, Sutter Health, United Way Worldwide, OregonState University, MedStar Health, California State University System, Northwestern University, and University ofBritish Columbia.
Ben has been honored to introduce Advancement Resources’ breakthrough concepts at a number of nationalassociations and healthcare systems, including Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, Minnesota PlannedGiving Association, Northwest Development Officers Association, Adventist Health Systems, and CHRISTUSHealth Network.
Ben also serves as managing partner at Mindseye Project Partners. Mindseye provides donor engagementservices for healthcare and academic institutions, with primary focus on inspiring philanthropy through thepower of personal stories. Mindseye’s interview and video production teams capture and produce donor stories,vision stories, and impact stories that are shared through numerous channels, including recognition events,donor walls, social media, and other avenues.
8:00 – 8:30 a.m. – Networking/Registration
8:30 – 11:30 a.m. – Presentation
Location: Red Cross of Greater Cincinnati, 2111 Dana Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207
Co-sponsored by AFP Greater Cincinnati and the Leadership Council of Human Service Executives.
Fee: (includes workshop and breakfast)
AFP or LC Member: $55
Student: $25 (must present valid student i.d.)
Group of 3 or more (one person must be a member of AFP or LC): $50 per person
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