All times are Central time zone
|WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2020|
|8:00 AM||8:30 AM||Breakfast & 2021 EDF Announcement|
|8:30 AM||9:30 AM||Plenary 5:
Crisis Management and Ethics in Fundraising
Lindsey Burkholder, Director of Corporate Relations, Smithsonian Institution
Lindsey Burkholder will draw upon her extensive experience with the Smithsonian Institution, Kennedy Center and National Children’s Museum to help us understand how to proactively form a crisis management plan and how to assess and deal with unexpected surprises and ethical issues in an effective and thoughtful manner.
|9:30 AM||9:45 AM||Break & Swag Swap|
|9:45 AM||10:45 AM||Break Out Session 4
Diversity and Inclusion in the Development Profession
Artificial Intelligence and Major Gifts
Career Track Session TBD
Stewardship Best Practices
|10:45 AM||11:00 AM||Break & Swag Swap|
|11:00 AM||12:30 PM||Box Lunch and Closing Plenary 6:
First Things First – Who Are YOU?
Danny Butler, Thomas Walter Center Professor, Auburn University
Leaders need to have a process in place which allows them to plan, act, and measure their performance against a benchmark. A big part of one’s success as a leader is found in one’s personal values, which shape how we plan and lead. This session will be one of theory and application as Dr. Butler presents a workshop from Auburn’s Executive MBA program to help us explore our personal leadership values and understand how they impact our leadership philosophy.