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  • CASE DISTRICT II DII Home
    with our conference attendees in Philadelphia Stay tuned for CASED2 in 2017 We re headed to Baltimore Join the conversation using CASED2 and find us on social media Facebook fb com caseD2conference Twitter CASEDistrictII Jayanne Sevast Associate Director Annual Giving and Alumni Relations Penn State Hershey Medical Center Penn State College of Medicine Amy Sheely Pecsi Associate Director of Alumni Volunteer Engagement and Regional Events Widener University Questions Email casediiconference

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  • CASE DISTRICT II District II Annual Conference
    the 900 members educational partners sponsors and exhibitors who registered for this year s conference We re excited to share this year s slate of rich sessions inspirational keynotes valuable networking opportunities and an abundance of cheesesteaks with our conference attendees in Philadelphia Stay tuned for CASED2 in 2017 We re headed to Baltimore Join the conversation using CASED2 and find us on social media Facebook fb com caseD2conference Twitter

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  • CASE DISTRICT II About District II
    a regional organization of advancement professionals in the areas of alumni relations communications and philanthropy It is our purpose to advance the knowledge and wisdom of our colleagues through district training programs communication vehicles and networking opportunities We value the spirit of volunteerism which is implicit to the character and nature of our profession We are committed to seeking individual and institutional diversity among our volunteers View a list of

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Services and Programs
    services and programs From the annual conference to our awards program from audience specific local programming to job listings District II is a resource for those who want to learn earn recognition for their institutions and grow their professional network The Venture Capital Fund provides support for professional development and networking opportunities initiated and organized by advancement professionals at District II member institutions The Fund awards 30 000 in grants each year with two application periods annually This initiative is a complement to not duplication of the funds that are directed toward priorities designated by the District II board Membership has its rewards at the international level as well As an individual CASE member you re able to take advantage of the programs and services CASE International offers which include Web based curriculum publications and awards and scholarships programs Setting the Advancement Agenda on Campus Join CASE District II community college advancement professionals for a one day regional conference to discuss and learn how to meet advancement priorities in this new era of fundraising Achievement Awards Our Achievement Awards program recognizes colleagues who have excelled in the field Accolades Awards Accolades celebrate institutional accomplishments in the area of print multi

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Get Involved
    concierges special guests or any other capacity Contact Carla Cantor University of Maryland College Park ccantor ucm rutgers edu To serve on the Opportunity and Inclusion committee Contact Debra Valentine Gray Indiana University of Pennsylvania debra valentinegray iup edu To serve on the Venture Capital Fund committee Contact Paul Adamo SUNY College at Oneonta Paul adamo oneonta edu To help create community college programming Contact Brenda Mitchell Prince George s

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Search District II
    District II Services and Programs Annual Conference About District II Services and Programs Get Involved Search District II Search District II Loading 2015 Council for Advancement and Support of Education

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Schedule & Programs
    15 p m Super Sessions 12 Noon 5 00 p m Exhibit Hall Open 12 30 p m 2 00 p m Opening Keynote Luncheon with David Raymond Original Phillie Phanatic and Emperor of Fun Games 2 15 p m 3 15 p m Breakout Session 1 3 30 p m 5 00 p m Opening Reception with Exhibitors Sponsors 6 00 p m 11 00 p m Super Bowl 50 Event at Lucky Strike Monday February 8 7 00 a m 6 00 p m Conference Registration 7 00 a m 6 00 p m Exhibit Hall Open 7 15 a m 8 15 a m Focused Discussions Breakfast 8 30 a m 9 30 a m Breakout Session 2 9 45 a m 10 45 a m Plenary Session w Sue Cunningham CASE President 10 45 a m 11 15 a m Networking Break 11 15 a m 12 15 p m Breakout Session 3 12 30 p m 1 45 p m Lunches Achievement Awards Luncheon Grab Go Lunch in the Exhibit Hall 2 00 p m 3 00 p m Breakout Session 4 3 00 p m 3 30 p m Networking Break 3 30 p

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Breakout Sessions
    engaging Alumni and Donors Through Digital and Social Media For the first time in history we have a fun free accessible platform to re engage alumni on their terms and not ours social media We re just still all trying to wrap our heads and strategic plans around it Join cheery Canadians Ryan and Erin to explore the ups and downs of social media They will take you on an interactive tour of schools and other organizations social successes suggest considerations to weigh and summarize key tools to use to find success and demonstrate it Speakers Erin O Neil McMaster University Dave Dawson McMaster University Development Serving as a Vice President Sitting at the table with the president s cabinet sounds heady really Working with the board of trustees is fun really Providing overall leadership to an advancement program is awesome really Vision leadership management are critically important to a vice president s success Other areas are also important and can often be the do or die in such a role Join us a sitting vice president and a past vice president as we share perspectives Learn challenges and know what is most important Speakers Linda Durant Widener University Cynthia Woolbright The Woolbright Group Getting Your New Advancement Professionals Onboard The onboarding experience of new advancement professionals can impact their first impressions of their new employer and their decision to stay or leave their new place of employment Positive onboarding experiences are important and have an impact on the retention of skilled institutional advancement employees Having an onboarding program of any type is important to connecting new institutional advancement professionals to the organization Speakers Meghan Radosh Widener University Timothy Sullivan Widener University Honors Dollars and Role Models A discussion about an effective recipe for collaboratively celebrating alumni success stories providing students with aspirational role models and raising money for students in need all in one fun night Speakers Frederick Pettit King s College Tish Last King s College Barry Williams King s College Karin Purcell St Ignatius Nursing Home Spinning Stories Into Gold How a First ever Campaign Video Won CASE Gold In its first ever comprehensive campaign Montgomery County Community College raised 10 5 million and captured a CASE Circle of Excellence Gold award for a video that made one judge want to take out his checkbook By casting inclusively listening carefully and investing time in each individual the stories of lives transformed by scholarships unfurls in an organic unscripted way Learn how to capture moments of human connection that move donors to action Speakers Arline Stephan Montgomery County Community College Jill Wacker SteegeThomson Communications Tom Keiter Storyshop LLC A Countdown to Graduation Engaging Your Soon to be Alumni The senior class gift is the first opportunity to count a gift as alumni participation This workshop will discuss senior class giving and focus specifically on events that engage current students to turn them into lifelong donors Coming off the coattails of our first Countdown to Graduation a yearlong series that included events celebrating the 100 50 25 and 10 days to graduation we will share our successes and lessons learned in hopes of engaging seniors in their first gift as an alum Speakers Katie Crowe Wood York College of Pennsylvania Karin Swartz York College of Pennsylvania Building a Team of Highly Productive Gift Officers Don t miss this high energy presentation which will provide the methodology behind building a highly motivated results driven team of rock star gift officers Highlights include the importance of the interview process developing a powerful onboarding and ongoing training program the value of metrics and accountability particularly in setting concrete expectations developing resilient business plans and effective personal trackers and the wisdom of stretch goals Speakers Marlies Sullivan University of Rochester Luke Emerson University of Rochester Breakout Session 3 11 15 a m Alumni Relations The Good the Bad and the Easy Measuring Alumni Engagement Like a good recipe alumni engagement relies on a few key ingredients to be successful This session will delve into the key areas of how to effectively measure and demonstrate the value of alumni engagement If you want to be on top of the trends challenges and best practices for measuring alumni engagement then this session is for you Speaker Jason Coolman University of Waterloo Best Practices for Community College Alumni Relations and Fundraising This session will present proven strategies in the areas of alumni engagement student fundraising programs database management development operations donor prospecting and stewardship activities Attendees will get all the details on programs that can be implemented with relative ease and deliver a high return on investment The speakers for this session have received high approval for their presentations at the CASE Community College Advancement Conference held annually in California Speaker Doug Ferguson Delaware County Community College Tobi Bruhn Bucks County Community College Communications and Marketing Escaping the Hamster Wheel How a First Year Team Took Control of Communications With endless meetings tight deadlines a full inbox and a never ending list of to dos it can be tempting to do things the way they have always been done just to get them done Take control of your communications to escape the hamster wheel This lively presentation and discussion will outline the process of developing a compelling brand sharing highly technical news in an engaging way and handling the challenges that are the hallmark of the communications profession Speakers Ann Lewandowski University of Delaware Diane Kukich University of Delaware Joy Smoker University of Delaware Campaigns That Move Communications for a Changing Campaign Are you heading into a campaign and feel like you have to brace yourself for a drive without a seatbelt or a roadmap This session will explore communications challenges that arise in the course of a campaign and provide strategy and tactics that will leave you your leadership and fundraisers feeling like experts out on a Sunday drive Speakers Melissa DePino Leapfrog Group Janice Payne Sanford School Nancy McDonald Leapfrog Group Development Advisory Boards Philanthropy Advisory boards offer flexibility in function composition But the challenges of managing a group of opinion leaders without prescribed structure makes it difficult to inculcate principles of fundraising For 3 years Marts Lundy has researched characteristics that correlate to higher board giving This research along with the insights of practitioners at 20 Colleges and Schools within NYU yields strategies that can be adapted for advisory boards Speakers Erin Dodd New York University Nancy Raybin Marts Lundy Sarah Williams Marts Lundy Building Board Consensus and Campaign Commitment A capital campaign is a transformational moment for your school By effectively engaging your board you empower some of your most important friends and donors to help you succeed In this session you will learn how to design and execute strategies for engaging your board during a capital campaign galvanizing your school s community connecting with your volunteer leadership building a culture of philanthropy motivating your donors and successfully implementing your vision for the future Speakers Victor D Ascenzo Malvern Preparatory School Gregor Hagin CCS Ensuring A Smooth Presidential Transition For Both Sides This presentation explores how the advancement leadership at two comparable private universities partnered early and often to ensure a smooth presidential transition for their respective institutions and their staffs Learn how when and why the chief advancement officers at Robert Morris and Rider collaborated and what they gained from it Speakers Jonathan Meer Rider University Jay Carson Robert Morris University Gregory Dell Omo Rider University How To Eat an Elephant or Making Annual Giving Participation Goals More Attainable Help increase alumni participation by instituting a comprehensive year long outreach strategy We will cover strategies that can be employed in making ambitious goals more bite sized increasing staff morale and easing stress on the annual giving team We ll discuss division of labor creating toolkits targeting outreach and the difference between personal and personalized outreach and when to use each Speaker Ramy Rahal Franklin Marshall College The Intersection of Metrics Driven Major Gifts and Donor Centered Development Presenters will share best practices and case studies to help participants formulate a metrics driven major gift program at their own institutions that maximizes productivity celebrates teamwork and engages donors on the most personal level Participants will learn ways to develop a program that relies on goals and guidelines yet offers the flexibility from which transformational gifts are born and nurtured Speakers Jay Angeletti The Angeletti Group LLC Jason Kroll Monmouth University Lisa Grider Newark Academy Giving Donors What They Want Crowdsourcing Your Crowdfunding Crowdfunding has gone mainstream But as institutions experiment with various tools and methods one question looms what exactly should we be crowdfunding Join us for a presentation of data that will help answer that question and a case study of St John s University s innovative approach Speakers Scott VanDeusen St John s University Kestrel Linder Give Campus Our Worst Best Practices As we review the four pillars of donor relations acknowledgments reporting recognition and engagement we will look at examples that are us centered and those that are donor centered From those examples we will learn how to apply this to our efforts and create publications events recognition pieces and reports that speak to donors in their language on their terms and from their perspectives Speakers Lynne Wester Donor Relations Guru LLC Debbie Meyers University of Maryland The President s Council Inform Involve Invest Impact The chairman and staff director of Union College s President s Council will team up to discuss the council s impact through adoption of the inform involve and invest model The council is a sounding board for the president and campus leaders on important issues and members are engaged as ambassadors advocates volunteers and donors The speakers will focus on aspects of the program that have been key to its success and identify potential pitfalls and share unanticipated benefits Speakers Debra Geer Union College William Perlstein Union College Student Philanthropy Officers The Next Generation of Annual Giving A unique Student Philanthropy Officers program shows yet another use for students in our advancement shops Students were trained in face to face fundraising and assigned a portfolio of leadership level donors to visit cultivate and solicit for gifts Learn how to you can do the same from selling it to leadership to hiring and training student staff to evaluating efforts This program takes the stereotypical student caller to the next level developing the next generation of fundraisers Speaker Mariya Yurukova York University Breakout Session 4 2 00 p m Advancement Services Moving the Dial Creating a Gift Processing Metrics System to Drive Measurable Success We explore how to develop an efficient system for tracking the performance of gift processing and customer service staff and use this data to promote team success and drive quality improvements We share the criteria for defining an error and how to utilize existing technologies to build a dynamic dashboard and reporting system We also demonstrate how these dashboards can increase transparency within an organization cultivate high quality performance and improve staff retention Speakers Katie McNally Children s Hospital Foundation Tanika Harris Children s Hospital Foundation Following CASE Guidelines and Being Ethical At the Same Time We will explore many of the challenges facing the nonprofit community today why those issues make it important for us to be ethical and accountable and help our donors understand that we are When it comes to accountability we will focus on the CASE Guidelines The 4th edition of this publication resulted in some fairly substantial changes We will discuss those changes and new guidelines and provide a refresher on the right way to calculate alumni participation rates Speakers John Taylor John H Taylor Consulting LLC Necie Steward University of the Sciences Alumni Relations Engaging Your International Community Wharton Global Forums are events hosted globally that engage alumni friends and the global business community and provides robust dialogue on pressing business issues with industry leaders and faculty Academic networking and social opportunities are provided at these multi day global events Wharton staff will share the planning funding and outcomes of these highly engaging and prestigious events that have become a brand within the brand Speakers Lisbeth Ann Rode The Wharton School Jennifer Buchness The Wharton School Leah Hartlander The Wharton School Affinity Phanatics Harnessing Enthusiasm to Create Sustainable Engagement Are your alumni fanatics for their affinities Alumni bring industry expertise We bring relationship expertise Audience members learn how to develop impactful affinity experiences for alumni that are meaningful and sustainable Speakers Heather Lavin Muhlenberg College Pat Fligge Muhlenberg College Communications and Marketing Reuse Repurpose Recycle Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Marketing Content We all know that content is king But with limited time and resources is your institution getting the greatest ROI for its marketing content Learn how to reuse web stories in multiple venues to maximize its impact across all of your audiences And if you re a development officer or development communications professional discover how you can recycle student research to advance conversations with top prospects or repurpose institutional rankings as solicitations for young alums Speakers Paul Redfern Gettysburg College Mike Baker Gettysburg College Evolving Your Thinking About Yikes Video Video is a crucial component of your institution s presence in the world We ll show you how to make it great in a world of limited budgets and low expectations Speakers Chris Hart University of Baltimore Chris Hartlove Hartlove Goodyear Productions Jes Goodyear Hartlove Goodyear Productions I do I do Strategies for Crafting Effective Proposals Learn how to create engaging and effective proposals that engage your prospects and set your organization up for success This presentation provides an overview of best practices for leveraging proposals as strategic communications vehicles that move prospects towards gifts This session is appropriate for anyone working in development communications or fundraisers with less than three years of experience Speakers Joan Ochi The George Washington University JoAnne Dolan The George Washington University Anne Dean George Washington University How to Make a University Film You d Actually Want to Watch A Case Study Using one film The Lenfest Effect as a case study filmmaker Joshua Seftel and Columbia University s Jerry Kisslinger share their success applying Hollywood storytelling techniques to university films to make them as good as your favorite movie or TV show and drive action Audiences will gain a better understanding of how to transform marketing objectives into emotional experiences and what it takes from a practical and managerial standpoint to undertake this type of media campaign Speakers Jerry Kisslinger Columbia University Joshua Seftel Smartypants Pictures Development Applying Large University Practices for Small College Successes In a world of headline grabbing billion dollar campaigns this session will demonstrate the transferable best practices from large university fundraising programs to the work of small college development offices through the careful lens of campus culture Speakers Robert Miller Bryn Mawr College Sara Wallace Bryn Mawr College Establishing an Effective Partnership With Your Academic Leader Best Practices When the Leader Is New and When You Are New During every fundraiser s career a change of academic leadership is almost certain This presentation will share best practices for developing an effective partnership with your academic leader We will share perspectives related to when the academic leader is new and when the development professional is new Key topics will include rapport building assessment of the leader s development experience change management and feedback Speakers Michelle Glennon Johns Hopkins University Andrea Tisciuzzi Johns Hopkins University Elizabeth Libby Bryce Bell Johns Hopkins University Managing Your Career Charlie Brown Libby Roberts Brad Voigt and Melissa von Stade will offer career making and breaking observations for both candidates and hiring managers They will describe how they decided to stay put or how they knew when to move on Panelists will present how they navigated their careers reinvented themselves and kept it healthy lively and fun while working in healthcare the visual and performing arts higher education secondary schools and religion Speakers Libby Roberts Lois L Lindauer Searches Charlie Brown The Pennington School Brad Voigt The Philadelphia Orchestra Melissa von Stade Peddie School Success Reexamined Insights on the Key Strategies that Led to a Successful Campaign Successful campaigns need great leadership a compelling message and a solid fundraising plan But what are some of the more intangible keys to success We ll delve into key strategies that led to Bard s successful 500 million campaign strategies that are essential for your own success These include communicating a unique value proposition using big ideas to inspire big gifts leveraging all star leaders and mobilizing boards while engaging donors through creative cultivation opportunities Speakers Debra Pemstein Bard College Eric Javier CSS Fundraising Leveraging Legacy Alumni Networks To Establish a Family Tradition of Giving Discover how American University created a legacy alumni network and introduced giving opportunities at established alumni events to launch a successful legacy giving initiative Speakers Pat Rabb American University Isaac Thweatt American University Breakout Session 5 3 30 p m Advancement Services Crowd Funding for Higher Ed This presentation will share how the University of Pennsylvania developed a crowdfunding software option that integrates existing business processes by utilizing the university s preferred credit card partner and feeding financial and development systems via an existing lockbox process Speakers Ann Marie DelRossi University of Pennsylvania Maria Perkins University of Pennsylvania The Power of Information This session will explore how the power of information can be used to transform data to wisdom and how to maximize the four V s of information volume velocity variety and veracity No more can we only depend on the traditional sources of information to understand how we enhance and enrich our relationships with prospects and donors Learn how Lehigh University is approaching and leveraging the power of information within its advancement operations Speakers Thomas Chaves Lehigh University David Lawson New Sci Alumni Relations First Steps to Engagement Creating Lifelong Relationships with Students Young Alumni All alumni take their first steps to engagement

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