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 Philanthriopy Day Luncheon Chair
Fran Lobpries, CFRE, Programs Chair
Deborah Montonen, CFRE,
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 Members!
Chante Leclaire Mayorga
Westin Galleria Dallas
Ayn Rand Institute
Bowdon Family Foundation
Dallas Theological Seminary
2013 DFW Philanthropy in Action Conference
Presented by the Greater Dallas and Fort Worth Metro Chapters AFP
The 2013 DFW Philanthropy in Action Conference is your consummate "How To" conference. Join your peers on Friday, June 7 at the Irving Convention Center. If you have questions this conference will have the answers!
8 education tracks and more than 30 speakers: From learning how to create big bucks to how to create a breakthrough event - you will leave ready to tackle the future. Education tracks are not the only resources available. Perhaps you have been looking for a special venue for your event or technology to support your auction. The convention hall will be filled with more than 30 exhibitors.
Volunteer at the Conference: As a Host Chapter, your help is needed at the conference. You can sign up to be a Speaker Host/Room Monitor for a session you plan to attend. Welcome attendees and help with registration. Assist exhibitors or take a shift at our chapter's booth in the exhibit hall. Contact Larry Bisno at LBisno@yahoo.com or (972) 322-5754 to sign up.
Visit the website for the most up-to-date details on registration fees, group rates, student rates, CFRE Review Course and scholarships.
To register or for more information go to
The Conference Committee has reserved a block of rooms available June 4th - 8th at the Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas, convenient to the Irving Convention Center. The deadline for making reservations at the special rate of $149 plus tax per night is May 13th. Read more!
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News of Note
Want to get involved with AFP? Join the National Philanthropy Day Committee. For more information contact Kimberly Humphries, NPD Luncheon Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TCU Nonprofit Communicators Conference will celebrate its fifth annual gathering on Friday, May 17, with Kivi Leroux Miller as the keynoter. The conference is organized by the Schieffer School of Journalism, and Miller's appearance is sponsored by the Community Foundation of North Texas.
Attention, AFP members! If you've been recognized with an award, promotion or honor, share the news with your Dallas Chapter friends! Send your news item (up to 50 words) email@example.com.
Moving? 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 and update your personal record. The Greater Dallas Chapter receives updates monthly, but if you only correct your information locally, then it will be overwritten when we import the latest national spreadsheet into our database.
Chapter Contact Information:
Greater Dallas Chapter AFP
14070 Proton Rd. Ste 100, LB9
Dallas, TX 75244
972/233-9107 ext. 204
MAY LUNCHEON MEETING
Froswa' Booker-Drew, Soulstice Consultancy
"More Diversity Means More Donors!"
Wednesday, May 22, 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 May 15th):
$30 AFP Members / $45 Non-Members
After May 15th or registering on-site (if available):
$35 AFP Members / $50 Non-Members
Are your traditional donors drying up? Reach the fastest growing groups of donors in America with these tips for attracting diversity among your donors. Don't miss Froswa' Booker-Drew as she makes the case for donor diversity and lays out the strategy to broaden your pool of donors.
Froswa' Booker-Drew has an impressive resume of experiences and accomplishments. She is the author of the recently published book, Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last, a workbook focusing on building social capital in individuals and organizations, . She has built a diverse network of individuals and organizations around the world. Froswa' has more than 20 years of experience in leadership development, training, nonprofit management, education, and social services. She currently is employed by World Vision as Community Youth Development Director with staff in NYC, DC, DFW, W Va, Fla, and Ga. She is also the owner of Soulstice Consultancy, providing training and technical assistance to organizations such as the Texas Muslim Women's Foundation, Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Texas Council on Family Violence, South Dallas Cultural Center and the North Texas Council for International Visitors. Froswa' works with the International Girls Leadership Initiative providing leadership training to young women in Africa and the US. She participated in the documentary, Friendly Captivity, a film that followed a cast of seven women from Dallas to India in 2008. Froswa' is a third year PhD student at Antioch University in Leadership and Change and has received a scholarship to attend the Jean Baker Miller Institute at Wellesley College. She has also been trained to provide the Immunity to Change training based on Harvard professors, Kegan and Lahey's work.
Deadline to register online at www.afpdallas.org is Wednesday, May 15th. After that date, make reservations by fax or mail on a space-available basis.
Dear AFP Friends,
I love this quote: A good friend is cheaper than therapy! That is how I feel about my AFP fundraising colleagues. Networking with them always makes me feel better knowing I am not the only one dealing with a particular struggle. Sometimes a new AFP connection is very beneficial to my own nonprofit in our collaborative efforts. Often a luncheon speaker will impart some great information that I can implement and ultimately save our nonprofit in time and resources.
The perfect opportunity to learn new information and have concentrated networking is the DFW Philanthropy Conference on June 7th at the Irving Convention Center. It's a collaborative partnership with the Fort Worth AFP Chapter, and we share the leadership role every other year. This is Dallas' year to chair, and Judy Wright and her committee are doing a great job. It's not too late to register! Go to the conference website for more information, www.dfwphilanthropyconference.com/dfw.
AFP International President & CEO Andrew Watt and Paul Quinn Collegiate Chapter President Anita Crethers at the AFP International Conference.
Last month I attended the International Conference, where like-size chapter leadership shared ideas and problem solved providing the opportunity for additional networking and resource gathering to benefit our Dallas Chapter. While at the conference, I had the pleasure of spending time with Anita Crethers, President of the Paul Quinn collegiate AFP chapter. Your gifts to our chapter's AFP Now! campaign provided the scholarship for Anita to attend. This was a trip of "firsts" for Anita: first plane trip, first stay in a nice hotel, and her first conference! She also enjoyed meeting the President of AFP International, Andrew Watt.
All the members of your Dallas AFP Board have made a gift to AFP Now! To join them, go to http://www.afpdallas.org/afp-now.asp.
Mark your calendar to attend the May luncheon meeting, you might see some long time friends, make new friends and learn information on fundraising resources for your nonprofit.
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
National Public Radio seeks a Director, Regional Development-Central. Bachelor's degree, 7 years development experience required, at least 5 years working in a major gifts setting. Proven record of successful major gifts cultivation, demonstrated capabilityof managing a portfolio of 150 donors and prospects. Extensive travel required. Position may be based in Washington, DC or Midwest/Central remote location. Apply at
JP Morgan Chase seeks a Private Bank - Endowments & Foundations Group - Marketer,Texas. 10 to 15+ years experience, preferably working with E&F clients and/or investment managemet. Proven record of sales success.To apply, please visit http://careers.jpmorgan.com/experienced/jpmorgan/jobs and search for Job #130020655.
Red Cloud Indian School seeks Director of Major Gifts. 5-7 years experience cultivating up to seven-figure gifts. Bachelor's degree or higher. Previous experience in education, museums and/or social justice, knowledge of Microsoft Office products and Raiser's Edge preferred. Submit cover letter and completed application (online at www.redcloudschool.org/staff/Careers) to Tim Rutledge, Director of Human Resources, Red Cloud Indian School, 100 Mission Dr., Pine Ridge, SD 57770, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Cloud Indian School seeks a Major Gifts Officer. 1-2 years experience cultivating up to seven-figure gifts. Bachelor's degree or higher. Previous experience in education, museums and/or social justice, knowledge of Microsoft Office products and Raiser's Edge preferred. Submit cover letter and completed application (online at www.redcloudschool.org/staff/Careers) to Tim Rutledge, Director of Human Resources, Red Cloud Indian School, 100 Mission Dr., Pine Ridge, SD 57770, email@example.com.
Global Media Outreach seeks a Chief Development Officer. Bachelor's degree and 7-10 years experience. Proven leadership skills for staff of 12 plus and $14 million in annual ministry support. Mature Christian in agreement with GMO's statement of faith (www.globalmediaoutreach.com.) Email cover letter, resume and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org.
National MS Society seeks a Development Coordinator for North Texas walk campaign, Walk MS: Dallas, Ft Worth and Waco Area Events. This individual will specifically be working to serve as the Walk MS generalist, providing fundraising support, marketing outreach, sponsor cultivation and customer service and to new and existing walk participants. Additional responsibilities include recruitment, retention and cultivation of participants. Application deadline is July 30, 2013. Click here to apply.
LEAP Foundation seeks a Director of Accounting. Part-time, 15-20 hours a week. BA or MS in accounting, non-profit experiene preferred. Quickbooks proficiency. Send resume to Rick Wyman, email@example.com.
Educational First Steps seeks Associate Development Directors in Dallas and Fort Worth, and a Development Coordinator to provide administrative support to the Development function. For more information email contact@Educationalfirststeps.org.
The Heritage Guild of Collin County and Chestnut Square Historic Village seeks a fundraiser to sell sponsorships for its events Contact Cindy Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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