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How to think about data for fundraisers
April 13, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT$40
Fundraisers generate large amounts of data they can use to better understand their donor pools. This workshop provides exercises and tools to guide fundraising staff as they put their data to use. Participants will learn the importance of context to fundraising, how to use data to frame the organization’s context; the relationship of the organization’s values to fundraising; and how to make their fundraising data work for them.
Alexandra Bowie is a successful and experienced consultant to not-for-profit agencies. She has been director of Quality Assurance/Improvement at two large multiservice agencies and was an early advocate of the development and use of outcome measurements in child welfare. Ms. Bowie was a co-founder of the New York City Outcomes Group, in which foster care agencies collaborated in the development of foster care outcomes and data analysis methods.
Ms. Bowie’s work with not-for-profits in and around New York City since 1998 has spanned projects from planning and analysis, project management, strategic planning, to report and grants writing in sectors as diverse as child welfare, supportive housing, workforce development, early childhood education, mental health, HIV/AIDS, and education. She has raised tens of millions of dollars in grant funding in federal, state, local, and foundation grants.
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