Virtual Workshop: Fundraisers of Color - From Surviving to Thriving

09/18/2020 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM PT

Description

This 90-minute virtual workshop is for fundraisers of color and their white allies who are ready to discuss the elephant in the room: the impact of racism on fundraising professionals of color.  

Are you thriving? Are you merely surviving? Please come ready to share what you have learned, ask questions, and connect with your fundraising peers. 

Join us for a frank conversation about our lived experiences as people of color who spend a great deal of our time pursuing contributions from white high-net-worth individuals or grants from white-led institutions.  Carving out a career as a nonprofit fundraiser of color is not for the faint of heart. We are committed to our missions, dedicated to securing contributed revenue for our organizations, and invested in our professional development.   Let’s learn the best ways to manage racism in our jobs and not only survive but thrive in our careers.   This is an opportunity for white allies to come into the conversation, listen, learn and ask relevant questions on how to support, recognize and uplift our peers and champion diversity and inclusion in fundraising.

This workshop is for:

  • Aspiring, new, and seasoned fundraisers of color  
  • White allies - supervisors, fundraisers, HR staff, volunteers, and colleagues 

 

 


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Katiti Crawford, Donor Engagement Manager, SF Jazz

Katiti Crawford is Donor Engagement Director at SFJAZZ. She has more than 19 years of fundraising experience, specializing in major gifts, special projects, and legacy giving. Prior to joining SFJAZZ, Ms. Crawford held the positions of Director of Development, Campaign Director, Capital and Major Gifts Director, and Major and Planned Gifts Officer. She has raised major gifts for Earthjustice, Planned Parenthood, San Francisco State University, Grand Teton Music Festival, and YWCA. She has a background in financial services and advertising sales. Ms. Crawford studied Literature at Vassar College, is a member of the Northern California Planned Giving Council, and has a deep abiding love for one of America’s most important indigenous art forms, jazz. 


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Registration for this event is required. Registration is $20 for DER members and $40 for non-DER members.

(NOTE: To receive the discounted members' rate, you must sign in to your account before registering.)

 

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Venue: This will be a virtual Zoom webinar.  The format includes a presentation, video engagement and interaction, open dialogue and breakout sessions. Please come to the virtual webinar prepared to be on video.  Zoom details will be sent to each registrant's email address from administrator@dersf.org Thursday, September 17th one hour after registration closes.  A reminder email will be sent out one hour prior to the Zoom virtual event on Friday. Please be sure to check your SPAM or Junk folder for the Zoom information or contact administrator@dersf.org on Friday, September 17th at 8 AM if you have NOT received an email with your event information.

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Cancellation Policy: If you contact us to cancel your registration before the deadline (9/17 at 5pm), you may receive credit towards a future event. If you cancel your registration after the deadline, the payment will be considered a tax-deductible donation to DER. Thank you for your support!

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