Learn how you can create a giving program that provides a steady source of support for your institution.
Learn key strategies needed to revamp or establish a successful and sustainable recurring gifts program. During this webinar, we will focus on:
Whether you have an existing program or are just getting started, this event will give you the skills and ideas you need to run a more successful program.
Annual giving, development officers, and advancement services professionals interested in establishing or growing their recurring gifts program. Attendees will leave this webcast with the tools for creating a successful program.
Senior Director of Annual PhilanthropyUniversity of Oregon
Lacie LaRue joined the University of Oregon Advancement team as the Senior Director of Annual Philanthropy in September, 2016. With more than 15 years of annual giving experience, LaRue got her start in fundraising as a student caller at Iowa State University. Throughout her career she has developed giving programs with a strong focus on pipeline development, leadership annual giving, segmentation, regional fundraising, face to face solicitations and donor stewardship. In 2016, LaRue was listed as one of the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “Top 40 under 40 non-profit leaders” for her segmentation strategies.
Prior to joining the OSU Foundation, LaRue worked for the annual giving programs at Oregon State University, Iowa State University, the University of Maryland, and Portland State University, overseeing programs that included parent and student giving, pipeline development, direct mail, and phone programs.
LaRue graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Iowa State University in Ames, IA. An active member of CASE for more than 11 years, Lacie has served regional and national conferences in a number of capacities, including as a Faculty Member and Conference Chair.
Director of Gift ServicesUniversity of Oregon
Kirsten has been with the University of Oregon Foundation as head of the Gift Services Department for five years. She is responsible for the overall management and development of the Foundation gift processing function, including charitable gifts and pledges, gift receipts, memberships, related documentation and reporting. Prior to that she spent four years at the University of New Mexico Foundation in their Gift Administration Department. In addition to overseeing the day to day operations of gift processing, she implemented Development wide training and helped create policies and procedures for the intranet.
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