Your clicks count! Looking back over the year here are my posts which you clicked on the most (thank you for giving of your precious time to read and respond to them):
There are many other fundraising experts whose posts you may already follow or might like to follow in 2018, here are a few:
5. BriefCASE, Council for the Advancement & Support of Education
There are still others to whom you might turn for information and advice:
5. Ikhlaq Hussain, Head of Major Gifts, Orphans in Need, London
I also have two new found friends/colleagues:
Anne Manner-McLarty, Co-Editor of the Journal of Donor Relations and Stewardship. What I find so fascinating about this field is that Anne and I have never met, but have shared ongoing correspondence over the course of the year which has vastly expanded my appreciation of donor relations and stewardship.
Barbara Traulein from Change Catalysts and I met once at a conference in 201 and in 2017 co-authored an article about leading through change for the Journal of Education Advancement & Marketing (look for Shifting Landscapes & Earthquakes: Leading Through Change in the spring edition).
FYI none of these experts are providing me with remuneration for mentioning them; here’s hoping you enjoy learning from and getting to know them. Happy 2018!
Sophie Penney is the Senior Program Coordinator and Lecturer for Penn State’s all online Certificate Program in Fundraising Leadership and President of i5 Fundraising. Sophie appreciates your clicks and looks forward to hearing from you in 2018.