2013 Board of Directors
Victor Korelstein, CFRE,
Immediate Past President
Luanne Samuel, CFRE,
Diana Marquis, CFRE,
Christina Moore-Salinas, CFRE,
Mack Campbell, Diversity Chair
Larry Crouch, CFRE, At Large
Janet Davis, CFRE,
Executive Conversations Chair
Tara Dunn, CFRE, At Large
New Member Orientation Chair
Mary Freeman, CFRE, AFP Now! Chair
R. Michael George, CFRE, At Large
Cameron Hernholm, CFRE,
Public Relations Chair
Kimberly Humphries, CFRE,
National Philanthropy Day
Fran Lobpries, CFRE, Programs Chair
Deborah Montonen, CFRE,
Jan Murfield, Hospitality Chair
Cindy Palmer, At Large
Jennifer Pearson, CFRE, Governance Chair
Cheryl Reynolds, Collegiate Chair
Rebecca A. Rhule, CFRE, Mentoring Chair
Barry Smink, CFRE,
Youth in Philanthropy Chair
Judy Wright, DFW Conference Chair
To contact the Greater Dallas Chapter AFP Board of Directors, go to www.afpdallas.org
Welcome, New & Returning Members!
Audra Janell Cozart
Epilepsy Foundation Texas
Providence christian School of Texas
Lisa Gayle Jones Rossi
Alpha Dog Marketing
Oklahoma State Unversty Foundation
News of Note
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|2013 DFW ConferenceSets Records |
A record-setting 575 individuals attended the 33rd annual AFP DFW Philanthropy in Action Conference presented by Grant the Good on June 7th at the Irving Convention Center. The conference also set records with 40 exhibitors and the most sponsors involved.
Keynoter Steve Chandler opened the conference by explaining how a shift in our attitudes and thoughts can help create breakthroughs in our organizations' relationships. He closed the day by offering ways to better manage our time, resources and energy to meet our personal and professional goals. Closing session attendees received complimentary copies of two of Chandler's best-selling books. You may download four of his eBooks currently posted on the Conference website. Many of the session speakers shared their handouts and presentation notes and they are posted for downloading in the same location.
An inspirational question-and-answer session was held at lunch with 2012 Greater Dallas and Fort Worth Metro Chapters' Youth in Philanthrop NPD award winners. Scott Murray interviewed Isabelle Adams, Katherine Adams and Will Lourcey, and their answers and comments were both humorous and poignant.
A VIP reception the evening before the conference was an opportunity for board members of both chapters to thank the sponsors, exhibitors and speakers for their support of the conference. Their commitment helps keep the registration fee affordable and allows conference revenue to support future educational opportunities for both the Dallas and Fort Worth Chapters.
Conference Chair Judy Wright of the Greater Dallas Chapter had one final thought before she turns over leadership to Nancy Swartz of the Fort Worth Metro Chapter to begin planning next year's conference. "It was an honor to serve as the 2013 DFW Philanthropy in Action Conference Chair," said Wright. "The conference was an excellent source of professional development for fundraisers throughout our region."
If you are interested in serving on the Planning Committee or on a subcommittee, contact Nancy at N.Swartz@sbcglobal.net this summer as preparations for 2014 will begin soon.
Chapter Contact Information:
Greater Dallas Chapter AFP
14070 Proton Rd. Ste 100, LB9
Dallas, TX 75244
972/233-9107 ext. 204
Mark your calendar for our next educational program
AUGUST LUNCHEON MEETING
Laura Armbruster, Kick It Marketing &
Cindy Quandt-Guerra, CQGCreative.com
"Communicating Your Mission Through Social Media"
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
11:30 - Noon: Networking and Registration
Noon - 1 PM - Lunch and Program
Arlington Hall at Lee Park
3333 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
Early bird registration (received by August 21st):
$30 AFP Members / $45 Non-Members
After August 21st or registering on-site (if available):
$35 AFP Members / $50 Non-Members
Dear AFP Friends,
Summer may slow many things down in July but not the National Philanthropy Day Awards Committee, chaired by past recipient David Krause
and his amazing team of past honorees. They have read and evaluated a large number of nominations to determine who will be honored at the 2013 National Philanthropy Luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Reunion on Friday, November 15th. Be on the lookout for an exciting email announcement of the 2013 honorees and information about how to purchase seats and/or tables for one of the Dallas philanthropy community's premier events of the ye
Summer may not be here in full force, yet,
but by the end of July, 100 degree-plus days may be business as usual. So how do fundraisers survive the Texas heat? We have a party to toast and welcome our new and renewing AFP members! Come network, catch up with friends, share news of your accomplishments and brainstorm with us as we plan our AFP fall activities. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, July 30th from 5 to 7:30 at the beautiful Hotel Palomar's Central 214 lounge for a Greater Dallas AFP Summer Happy Hour. Your first beverage is on us! All you have to do is RSVP.
I hope to see you there!
Greater Dallas Chapter AFP
Greater Dallas AFP President Sue Bailey says "Stay in touch with your Greater Dallas AFP Chapter and don't miss news of important events and opportunities!" Changed jobs? When your title, business and/or mailing address, email, or any other contact data changes, be sure to go to www.afpnet.org immediately and update your personal record. The Greater Dallas Chapter receives updates monthly, but if you only correct your information locally, it will be overwritten when we import the latest national spreadsheet into our local database.
Job Listing Service
The Texas State Aquarium, Corpus Christi, Texas, seeks a Vice President of Development. The successful candidate will be a leader and strategic thinker with a proventrack record managing multi-million dllar capital campaigns. Go to www.baconlee.com for a full job description. Email confidential resume, cover letter and three references by July 19, 2013 to email@example.com, with the name of the position in the subject line.
Cross International/Cross Catholic Outreach seeks International Development Officer. Review full job description at www.crossinternational.org/jobs. Ministry is based in South Florida, but serves donors in the central U.S. and the location is flexible. Bachelor's degree and 5 years proven success in fundraising required. Submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LifeNet Community Behavioral Healthcare seeks a Vice President, Development. Bachelor's degree in marketing, public relations, business administration or human services-related field. Five years experience in community relations, development and major gifts. CFRE preferred. Application deadline July15th, email your resume to Sondra Cox, email@example.com.
Goodwill Industries of Dallas seeks a Senior Director of Development. Bachelor's degree, minimum of 5-7 years not-for-profit development and fundraising experience. Full job description at www.goodwilldallas.org/uploads/documents/senior_Director_Develop.pdf. Send resume, cover letter andthree professional references to Tami Vinson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Achievement Fort Worth seeks a Director of Development and Events. Full job description at www.jafortworth.org. Email resume and salary requirements to email@example.com.
Community Health Charities seeks a Contract Campaign Associate for its 2013 fall campaign season. Contact Ashley Walsh, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Achievement of Dallas seeks a Development Director. 5 years fundraising experience with strong track record of achieving results. Experience in annual giving, major gifts, corporate and foundations required, sponsorships and special events desired. Send resume and cover letter to Marsha Dean at email@example.com.
St. Paul Medical Foundation and UT Southwestern seek a Director of Development. Bachelor's degree and minimum 5 years development experience, plus Word, Excel and Raiser's Edge required. For more information and to apply online go to www.utsouthwestern.edu/careers, job #505626.
There is no charge
for job listings for non-profit organizations. $25 per listing per month for notices from search firms and employment agencies. For information on posting job openings for organizations and search firms, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Swartz (left) of the Fort Worth Metro Chapter co-chaired with Judy Wright of the Greater Dallas Chapter as chair of the 2013 Conference. Nancy will chair the 2014 Conference.
|2013 DFW Philanthropy Conference keynote speaker Steve Chandler spoke at opening and closing sessions at the Conference as well as leading a workshop. He is the author of more than 30 books, a sought-after public speaker and seminar leader and has trained many Fortune 500 companies and nonprofit organizations in communication, sales, fundraising and leadership. |
Isabelle Adams, Will Lourcey and Katherine Adams charmed and inspired Conference attendees with their passion for raising awareness and money for those in need.