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Speakers: Doug Adolph, Senior Vice President, CCS Fundraising
Keeping apprised of the latest trends in philanthropy can help development professionals most effectively maximize donor strategy and engagement. During this session, we will provide an overview of the recently released Giving USA report, review the current Chicago-area philanthropic landscape, and analyze other news and trends that matter most in philanthropy today, with an emphasis on planned gifts. Our discussion will draw connections between these trends and current best practices, and will provide recommendations and actionable takeaways to help development professionals across sectors maximize fundraising potential.
About Our Speaker:
Doug Adolph, Senior Vice President, CCS Fundraising
Doug has invested his entire career in the service of nonprofit organizations. For nearly 12 years, he has assisted some of the nation’s largest charities in meeting their development goals. His areas of expertise include fundraising planning for nationwide chapter-based organizations, development staff coaching and management, leadership and major gift strategy, volunteer mobilization, donor stewardship, and maximizing event success. Doug is a native Chicagoan and received his bachelor’s in Communications & Politics from Lake Forest College. He serves as President for the Lake Forest College Alumni Board and the Vice President of Membership of the Alzheimer’s Association Junior Board.
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