Changing Outcomes by Changing DX!
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Kimberley Blease from Blakely and Michelle Chambers from THINK Consulting Solutions want to help you to rethink your organization’s Donor Experience (DX).
Changing Outcomes by Changing DX! will show you how to develop REAL relationships with YOUR donors, by teaching the 11 steps to implementing a revitalized DX program of your very own AND by sharing the learning outcomes from the Donor Stewardship Tracker tool.
Are you ready to improve your donors’ experiences and achieve success from doing so?
Join us on September 19th!
Registration + Breakfast: 7:45 am – 8:30 am
Presentation / Q&A: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Royal Botanical Gardens, Auditorium B, Burlington, ON
Meet Our Presenters:
Kimberley Blease, EVP, Client Relationships, Blakely
When it comes to building high-value donor relationships, Kimberley’s energy, enthusiasm and original thinking is unparalleled. With over 30 years of experience in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, Kimberley is a fundraiser and marketer who believes we all have a responsibility to engage and inspire donors throughout their journey with our organizations. Kimberley has a commitment to building high-value donor programs that raise the bar for charities and raise more money by building real relationships with donors. In her role as EVP, Client Relationships at Blakely, Kimberley brings vision and proven strategy to the clients she works with and to the teams she leads.
Michelle Chambers, Managing Director, THINK Consulting Solutions
Michelle hails from the UK and brings her fundraising skills to us from across the pond. Michelle has senior management experience in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. Her early career was spent in high street fashion retail. Her experience in the fundraising sector dates from 1993 and encompasses a wide range of causes spanning heritage, education and mainstream charity. Her roles have included Interim Director of Fundraising at RNID, Director of Visitor Development at the Museum of London, Managing Director of the Museum in Docklands and Head of Commercial Development for the British Red Cross.
Much appreciation to our sponsor: