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East Alabama Nonprofit Summit
January 1, 1970 @ 12:00 am
The second annual East Alabama Nonprofit Summit will be held on Monday, Oct. 22, and will feature nonprofit experts in various fields of fund development. This half day conference will feature six breakout speakers and luncheon keynote address from genWHY Communication Strategies Owner and Lead Trainer Kristin Scroggin.
Scroggin began her career teaching at the University of Alabama when she realized it was time to find a new pedagogical style that would work for a new generation of students. For the next 11 years, Scroggin surveyed and actively studied the Millennial Generation. Through her studies, Scroggin has been able to design a humorous and informative presentation that educates nonprofits how to engages donors of every generation.
The morning lineup of six speakers includes: Charlie Ray – “Marketing and Advertising for Nonprofits in the Digital Age”; Brooke Battle – “Friends ask Friends! A 5-Step Plan for Successful Peer to Peer Campaigns”; Rachel Ramjattan – “Helping Small to Mid-Size Nonprofits Create a Development Plan”; AV LaRocca – “New changes in December 2018 Nonprofit Financials”; Jamie Johnson – “Engaging Volunteer Leader”; and Susann Montgomery-Clark – “How to Prevent the New Tax Law from Decreasing Your Revenue”.
Tickets for the East Alabama Nonprofit Summit are $75 and can be purchased through the Alabama Association of Nonprofits. <a href='https://www.trailblz.info/alabamanonprofits/(S(3izxjl0ueevclqlfsv4kkqov))/EventComplete.aspx?eventid=37'>Registration is available online</a>.
For more information, contact Alyse Scott at <a href='mailto:email@example.com'>firstname.lastname@example.org</a> or 334-844-3557. The second annual East Alabama Nonprofit Summit has been made possible through the help of the following sponsors: Alabama Association of Nonprofits, Auburn University Outreach, The Cary Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, East Alabama Medical Center Foundation, Community Foundation of East Alabama and United Way of Lee County.