Designing Stewardship Strategies: An Interactive Exercise
Session 6A

Thursday, October 4 | 12:30–1:30 PM

Presented by: 
Trish Morgan

Session Description: 

Stretch your strategizing muscles in this interactive session. You will build your skills in creative stewardship design and be a better partner with your development colleagues. Using case studies, participants will join in small group discussions to imagine the best stewardship strategies for donors. Not only will you go back to work with new ideas to try out, you'll also get to know your fellow conference attendees better—build skills and build networks!

Shop Sizes
Medium Shop (6–10 staff)
Large Shop (11+ staff)

Experience Levels
Mid-Career (8–12 years)
Seasoned (13–17 years)
Experienced (18+ years)

Private College/University
Public College/University
Private Secondary School
Religious Organization
Arts Organization
Environmental Organization
Social Services

Donor Experience
Major Donors
Planned Giving
Working with Frontline Fundraisers

About the Speaker:


Trish Morgan
Director, Stewardship
Stanford University Medical Center Development

With more than 20 years of development experience in healthcare, educational, and nonprofit environments, Trish Telesco Morgan brings an inquiring mind and an avid curiosity to all aspects of her work as director of stewardship for medical center development at Stanford University. Trish supervises a team of 12 professionals who are responsible for stewarding major and principal gift donors to the Stanford University School of Medicine and the Stanford hospital. With an early background in rhetoric and communication, Trish is particularly interested in the challenges and rewards of deeply donor-centric stewardship.