[APRA-NW] June 14 Private Company Valuation Virtual Seminar-- Register Now!

Jennifer Johnston JenniferJ at jewishinseattle.org
Tue May 31 18:00:04 PDT 2005

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Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement-Northwest

APRA-NW is please to announce upcoming educational events in Oregon and

APRA Int'l Virtual Seminar on Private Company Valuation (June 14, 2005)
Speaker: Kate Fultz Hollis, Senior Research Analyst, UCLA Geffen School
of Medicine
Oregon location also features a special guest speaker on business
valuation issues

OR Program: Sponsored by APRA-NW and hosted by the University of Oregon
(Eugene, OR)-- RSVP to jenniferj at jewishinseattle.org; contact Shannon
Cocke (scocke at uoregon.edu or 541-346-0379) for location or program
specific questions

WA Program: Sponsored and hosted by Seattle University (Seattle, WA)--
RSVP to Gayle Sommerfield, gayles at seattleu.edu or 206-296-6131 for this

APRA International's Virtual Seminar series offers real-time
presentations by top research experts, broadcast over both Internet and
phone hook-ups to participating groups nationwide.

June 14 Private Company Valuation Virtial Seminar Summary: Private
company owners are great prospects. More than 90% of the companies in
the United States are privately held and a majority of all millionaires
are private company owners. While finding financial figures on publicly
traded companies and "insiders" is easy to obtain, uncovering the
details about private companies and their owners can be more
challenging. This Virtual Seminar offers an in-depth look at private
companies and the tools and techniques used to find and analyze private
company data. Learn what key information to look for, what resources are
available, how to use public company and industry information to develop
comparable financial data, and how to analyze the intelligence we
collect to calculate rough valuations that will help us predict an
individual's wealth and giving capacity (see also presentor bio below)

All APRA-NW members are invited to attend either event for FREE . To
become a member, please contact Kathryn Norris at 206-987-6825 or
<mailto:knorris at u.washington.edu> kathryn.norris at seattlechildrens.org

Please RSVP by June 10 to Jennifer Johnston at
jenniferj at jewishinseattle.org; contact Shannon Cocke (scocke at uoregon.edu
or 541-346-0379) for location, logistical, or guest speaker specific

When: June 10, 8:30 AM-11:00 AM (Virtual seminar begins at 9 AM)

Where: Knight Law School, University of Oregon, Room 242 (street
address: 1515 Agate St)

Directions: See attached PDF file for detailed directions and a map of
the campus

Parking: See attached PDF for map of parking locations

Cost: Free for APRA-NW members


8:30-9:00 AM Registration/Networking
9:00-11:00 AM Virtual Seminar
11:00-12:00 PM Guest Speaker on Private Company Valuation


Please RSVP by June 10 to Gayle Sommerfield, gayles at seattleu.edu or

When: June 14, 8:30 AM-11:00 AM (Virtual seminar begins at 9 AM)
Where: Pigott Building, Seattle University, Room 102 (building is #19 on
below map; room is first door on the right after entering the building)

Directions to the campus and visitor parking area:
Campus map and street map:

Parking: Visitor Parking is available at the 12th & E. Marion parking
lot. Generally, parking is about $3 to $5. There is also some on
street parking. Pay attention to the signs, however, as there are spots
where parking is not allowed from 6-9 a.m. and your car may be towed
from these.

Transit: #12 from 1st and Union or the #2 in front of Benaroya Hall at
3rd & Pike

Cost: Free for APRA-NW members


8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Registration/Networking
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Virtual Seminar

Presenter Bios: Kate Fultz Hollis has worked in development research
for over fifteen years. She started her research career at Harvard
Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, and worked with the school's
development office on a campaign that raised over $190 million by 1992.
She is one of the founding directors of the New England Development
Research Association (NEDRA) and served one term on the board of the
Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA). She has
given presentations on a variety of research and fundraising issues at
APRA, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (and
CASE-Europe), NEDRA, and National Society of Fund Raising Executives
conferences. Since 1994, Kate has worked at the University of
California, Los Angeles (UCLA) as a senior research analyst for health
sciences development. She is particularly interested in development
training, prospecting, ethical issues, Internet research, and
international philanthropy. In 2003 she won the Alumni Service Award
from the University of Chicago for her work as president of the Los
Angeles alumni chapter. Kate has a certificate in non-profit management
from Harvard University Extension, and she recently earned an MS in
Library and Information Sciences from the University of Illinois.

Jennifer E. Johnston
Program Chair, APRA-NW


Director of Donor Research and Records

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Direct Dial: 206-774-2249

Email: jenniferj at jewishinseattle.org
<mailto:jenniferj at jewishinseattle.org>

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