2013 Board of Directors
Victor Korelstein, CFRE,
Immediate Past President
Ann Letteer, CFRE
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, CFRE, 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 Members!
North Texas Food Bank
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
Chelsea Anne Carr
The Nature Conservancy
North Texas Food Bank
Voice of Hope Ministries
North Texas Food Bank
Promising Youth Alliance
Teach for America
Trinity Habitat for Humanity
Dallas Women's Foundation
News of Note
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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
OCTOBER LUNCHEON MEETING
Stephen Emerick, The Emerick Group
"The Magic of Marketing - GrowngYour Organization"
Wednesday, October 23, 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 October 16th):
$30 AFP Members / $45 Non-Members
After October 16th or registering on-site (if available):
$35 AFP Members / $50 Non-Members
Stephen Emerick has more than 20 years of business, marketing and non-profit experience. As an owner/operator of a small marketing agency in Los Angeles, he worked with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), which led to MADD recruiting him to lead a national youth program and national school outreach program in Dallas, TX. He took both programs from start-up projects to successful operations. In eight years with MADD, his team successfully delivered award-winning resources to more than 40 communities, 10,000 schools and 4 million students across the country. The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) recognized Emerick's success and hired him to build and lead their first ever national corporate alliances initiative. In less than five years, he built a best in class corporate alliances program where his team supported sponsorships, in-kind contributions, cause promotions and media. His leadership resulted in nearly $100 million in corporate commitments between 2008 and 2012 for the organization. After working for two of the most respected non-profit organizations in the country, Stephen Emerick has launched The Emerick Group, a consultancy with experience in developing new business strategies and delivering for both non-profit organizations and for-profit companies alike.
Online registration closes Wednesday, October 16th at 10 PM. After that date you can register by downloading and faxing in the registration form.
Dear AFP Members & Friends,
Internationally, AFP represents more than 30,000 members working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education and certification programs. The association fosters development and growth of fundraising professionals and promotes high ethical standards in the fundraising profession. The Greater Dallas Chapter of AFP is one of 227 AFP chapters around the world.
Considered one of the largest chapters, we are honored to have over 360 members representing hundreds of nonprofit organizations in the North Texas area. We hope that you will consider membership and getting involved in our many activities, from monthly educational programs to the Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon, the DFW Conference and the recent Fundamentals of Fundraising Course. I am thankful to the chair and co-chair of the Fundamentals Course, Jessica Weidman and Trisha Dunbar, for another successful year. Whether you are just starting out in fundraising or are a seasoned veteran of development, AFP Dallas has a place for you and we hope you take advantage of all we have to offer.
Invitations to a wonderful celebration honoring some of Dallas' finest philanthropic leaders are in the mail and we hope you'll be making plans to join us on Friday, November 15th at the Hyatt Regency Dallas Reunion Hotel. This luncheon also offers you the opportunity to say "Thank you" to staff, board members and donors in one fell swoop! Our thanks to NPD sponsors: KERA, Clarkson-Davis, Children's Medical Center, Dini Partners, Nancy Ann Hunt, Todd and Abby Williams Foundation and Diane and Hal Brierley. This luncheon is a time for the Dallas area philanthropic community to shine, so don't miss it!
Need a vacation? Then consider making a gift to the Dallas AFP Now campaign of $100 or more. We will be drawing one lucky winner at our October 23rd luncheon program for two round trip tickets on Southwest Airlines (travel must be completed by December 1, 2014). You can make your gift online at www.afpdallas.org/DoDirectPayment.asp and you do not need to be present to win. These funds will give our Chapter additional and much-needed resources to initiate new educational opportunities, offer scholarships and maintain current Chapter services
Hope to see you at an AFP event,
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 Prebysterian Mo-Ranch Assembly in Hunt, Texas seeks a Director of Development. Successful candidate will have a successful track record in personal solicitations of major gifts, strategic development planning and stewardship. Position can be staffed from home and may be based in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin or other major Texas major metropolitan area. For a full job description go to www.baconlee.com.
Centro San Vicente in El Paso, Texas seeks a CEO. San Vicente is a Qualified Health Center employing 200 staff with a budget of $12 million. Job description and application process at www.baconlee.com. Deadline for resume, cover letter and three references sent to firstname.lastname@example.org is October 25, 2013.
The Oklahoma State University Foundation seeks a Senior Director of Gift Planning. For additional information about the OSU Foundation or to apply online, visit www.OSUgiving.com. Inquiries may be directed to Erin Barry at 405-385-5154 or email@example.com.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA seeks a National Advancement Officer. At least 5-7 years experience in transferable professional roles and major donor fund development. Must be willing to travel 75 to 90 days a year. Bachelor's degree required, advanced degree preferred. Interested candidates may apply at
Chimp Haven, Inc. seeks a Development Coordinator. Bachelor's degree and minimum 3 years' experience in nonprofit development required. Proficiency in Raiser's Edge, high-level Microsoft Office knowledge. Send a cover letter highlighting your work experience, salary requirements, why you'd like to work at Chimp Haven and mention your favorite color. Also include your resume and two to three writing samples, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance seeks a Director of Development. BA/BS degree and at least 5 years of related experience required, plus proven track record of soliciting major gifts via relationship-based fundraising. Email resume to email@example.com. Deadline is October 15, 2013.
The Educate Texas program at Communities Foundation of Texas seeks a Director of Development. For details go to http://www.cftexas.org/document.doc?id=1732.
Independent filmmaker producing a WWII documentary seeks a freelance fundraiser to advise and possibly pursue fundraising. For more information about the project go to www.crew713.com. Contact Alex Mena, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 214-769-8162.
Jubilee Theatre seeks a Managing Director. Four-year degree or minimum of 5 years significant experience in the field of management and development experience. Demonstrated success in fundraising required. Strong computer skills, MS Word/Excel. Act as CFO, write and submit grant proposals. Submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Deadline October 31, 2013.
Cancer Support Community North Texas seeks a Major Gifts Officer. BA/BS plus 3 to 5 years proven major gift experience, health care and/or cancer care preferred. Email resume and cover letter with salary requirements by October 31, 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.