[APRA-NW] APRA Virtual seminar, December 13

Jennifer MacCormack jmaccorm at u.washington.edu
Fri Dec 1 10:56:21 PST 2006

Hi APRA-NW'ers!

APRA-NW will be offering the upcoming virtual seminar, Best Practices for Prospect Management and Reporting During a Campaign, presented by Karen Greene, Assistant Vice President of Operations & Special Projects at Creighton University. The virtual seminar will be held on December 13 at Seattle University and a venue in Oregon to be announced shortly.

This seminar is free to members of APRA-NW. Those interested in becoming a member, please contact Lesley Carlsen, Membership Chair, at lcarlsen at fhcrc.org.

Date: Wednesday, December 13
Time: 8:30 AM (registration begins and light refreshments offered)-11:00 AM

Seattle University (Seattle, WA)
Pigott Building, Room 203 (building number 20 on the campus map)
Campus map and driving directions http://www.seattleu.edu/home/campus_community/visit_campus/maps_campus_map/
Street parking available, best option is on Madison Avenue or 12th Avenue.
RSVP Christina Faulhaber by December 10
faulhaberc at seattleu.edu or call 206-296-6104

The Oregon venue will be announced by the end of the day so stay tuned!

APRA Virtual Seminar
Best Practices for Prospect Management and Reporting During a Campaign

Campaigns offer the perfect opportunity to benchmark your organization's activities and results against its goals. A strong prospect management system ensures accountability, tracks activities and revenues, and promotes informed decision-making. During a campaign, this system can differentiate your campaign prospects and segment campaign activities to provide revenue projections. Examine sample reports that can enable your organization to accurately track progress and realize its objectives.

Karen L. Greene is the assistant vice president for Operations and Special Projects at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Formerly she was a partner with Bentz Whaley Flessner where she led the prospecting practice and assisted a wide variety of clients in creating their own institutional research and campaign programs. Ms. Greene is a member of APRA and is a former chair of the APRA Foundation and a former board member of APRA. She has been a chair, author and frequent presenter for APRA, CASE and AFP. Ms. Greene received her BA from Old Dominion University and has done post-graduate studies at the University of San Diego. She is a member of the Phi Alpha Theta honor society.

Hope to see you there!

Jennifer MacCormack
Program Chair, APRA-NW
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