Regional Events

Regional Events

ADRP's Regional Events are planned by members, for members. From Happy Hours and Breakfasts to Workshops and Conferences, ADRP Regional Events bring together donor relations and stewardship professionals in local regions for collaborative networking opportunities in all areas of the U.S. 

We currently do not have any regional events planned, but many are in the works! Are you interested in hosting an event near you? 

Plan Or Sponsor A Regional Event

See below for our most recent Regional Events


 

ADRP Midwest Forum

4th Annual Midwest Regional Forum Presentations
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

Presentations

Keynote: We Are All Storytellers | Scott Whitehair
Stewardship: All Shapes and Sizes | Moderator: Mary Weingartner
Establishing Meaningful Measures of Success for Donor Relations and Stewardship | Anne Manner-McLarty
Hindsight (and Donor Recognition) is 20/20 | Joanna Riester and Cindy Hancock
Planning for the Long Haul: Maximizing Donor Retention with Your Annual Development Plan | Elizabeth Boyle 

 

Breakfast Sponsor:

Exhibitors:

Huerista

1157 designconcepts

ASI | Signage Innovations

Crystal Cave
 
 

2018 SEDRC Presentation Materials

Thursday, June 7

State of the Organization
Keri Kallaway, ADRP Board Member

Roundtable Sessions

Metrics and Measurement for Donor Relations
Anne Manner-McLarty

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Just Say No / Setting Priorities and Managing Up
Brandon Braud

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Team Building and Team Structure
Elizabeth Meehan

Donor recognition experts address new ideas and options
Exhibitors

Plenary: What Your Organization's Leadership Wants from Donor Relations
Scott Breithaupt, Associate Vice President for Advancement, Berry College

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Keynote: Giving Matters
Gwynn Virostek

Outsmarting Traffic, Together: WAZE to Navigate Your Stewardship Journey
Tony Stringer, Senior Director of Donor Relations & Stewardship
Teresa Kesler, Assistant Director of Donor Relations & Stewardship, University of Georgia 


Friday, June 8

Multi-Generational Philanthropy: What You Need to Know
Marisa Ogles/Community, Vice President, Donor Services, Community Foundation of Greater Chatanooga

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Transactional Stewardship Panel 

Plenary: The Rise of the Donor Relations Professional
Paige Eubanks-Barrow, Senior Director of Donor Relations and Communications, Louisiana State University Health Foundation

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The Woodruff Arts Center
1280 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30309

Registration | Program | Sponsors/Exhibitors


Join donor relations professionals from across the Southeast at The Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta at SEDRC 2020! Whether you’re part of a big shop or small shop, this is a unique opportunity to grow and deepen connections with professionals in donor relations in the Southeast region. Hear and learn from experts, network with colleagues and vendors, and expand your professional skills. 

As we plant new ideas at the height of spring, we hope you will join us in finding new ways to create more connections, engage at deeper levels, and grow towards a more prosperous future. 

Let’s connect, engage, and grow together! 

Registration

  Early-bird thru xxx Regular-rate
Member $175 $200
Non-member $225 $225

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Schedule

Wednesday | April 29
6:00 PM Social Outing
Thursday | April 30
8:30 - 9:30 AM Registration and Breakfast
9:30 - 9:45 AM Welcome from Conference Chair
9: 45 - 10:00 AM State of the Organization
10:00 - 11:00 AM Keynote Address
11:00 - 11:15 AM Networking Break w/ Exhibitors

11:15 - 12:00 PM | Concurrent Session 1

Session info coming soon.

12:00 - 12:15 PM Networking Break w/ Exhibitors
12:15 - 1:15 PM Lunch with Arts Center Presentation
1:15 - 1:30 PM Networking Break w/ Exhibitors

1:30 - 2:15 PM | Concurrent Session 2

Session info coming soon.

2:15 - 3:00 PM | Concurrent Session 3

Session info coming soon.

3:00 - 3:15 PM Networking Break w/ Vendors
3:15 - 4:15 PM Plenary Session
4:15 - 4:30 PM Closing Remarks
5:00 - 6:00 PM High Museum Tour
The High Museum of Art is the Southeast’s leading art museum and home to a renowned collection of historical and contemporary art, special exhibitions, and celebrated architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano.
6:00 - 7:30 PM Reception in the Beauchamp Carr Gallery
8:00 PM *Optional: Symphony Performance

 *Planning to stay in Atlanta after the conference?  Enjoy performances at the Alliance Theatre or Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.  Discounted tickets available for Thursday, Friday or Saturday night. Use Promo Code CORP20 to receive a discount on tickets to the Alliance Theatre's production of Sweat or the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performance of The Rite of Spring

Cost of tickets not included in the registration fee. Tickets subject to availability. Tickets must be booked online. Use Promo Code BIZ20 for Atlanta Symphony and CORP20 for Alliance Theatre."

Thank You to Our Sponsors and Exhibitors

Our regional workshops and conferences touch ADRP members at locations across the United States and in Canada. This event will offer you an intimate audience of around 200 donor relations and stewardship professionals. We appreciate your support of our event and the advancement of Donor Relations.

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Contact [email protected] if you have any questions.

 

5th Annual New York Regional Conference Presentation Slides & Attendee Roster


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Keynote: Campaign Stewardship:  Be Prepared
Angela Joens, Executive Director of Development Outreach, University of California, Davis

Session 1A: Capitalizing on the "Overlooked Middle": How Donor Relations Can Drive Renewals and Upgrades from Mid-Level Donors
Jeff Martin, Consultant, Education Advisory Board

Session 1B: Maximizing Momentum: Creating a Campaign Roadshow that Works 
Brianne Croteau, Assistant Director of Donor and Volunteer Relations, Bucknell University
Kristin Maffeo, Senior Producer, Feats

Session 1C: The Intersection of Leadership Gifts, Prospect Management, and Donor Relations
Erin Moyer, Assistant Vice President, Stewardship & Gift and Donor Services, University of Rochester
Mary Solomons, Senior Director of Donor Relations, Skidmore College

Session 2A:  A Coaching Session
Angela Joens, Executive Director of Development Outreach, University of California Davis

Session 2B: Not your usual scholarship dinner.  A look into how one school put a twist the "typical" scholarship dinner and made a lasting impact for the school and its donors
Ashley Gentry, Director of Donor Relations, Eastern Virginia Medical School

Session 2C: The Art of Storytelling: IMAGINE the possibilities
Kim Kaufman, Donor Relations Communication Coordinator, OSF Healthcare Foundation


Session 3A: Managing Unspent Endowment Payouts
Carrie Collins, Vice President, Institutional Advancement, University of the Sciences

Session 3B: Creating and Implementing an Online Donor Portal: One Donor Relations Team's Experience
Fulvio Cativo, Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship, University of Maryland
Kathleen Diemer, Executive Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Communications, George Mason University

Session 3C: Planned Giving Donor Relations for those that Leave a Lifetime Legacy
Lynne Wester, Principal, Donor Relations Guru

 

5th Annual New York City Regional Conference

Friday, March 13, 2015; 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Eastern)
Museum of Jewish Heritage | Edmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place, New York, NY

Presentation Slides 

Keynote: Campaign Stewardship:  Be Prepared
Angela Joens, Executive Director of Development Outreach, University of California, Davis

Session 1A: Capitalizing on the "Overlooked Middle": How Donor Relations Can Drive Renewals and Upgrades from Mid-Level Donors
Jeff Martin, Consultant, Education Advisory Board

Session 1B: Maximizing Momentum: Creating a Campaign Roadshow that Works 
Brianne Croteau, Assistant Director of Donor and Volunteer Relations, Bucknell University
Kristin Maffeo, Senior Producer, Feats

Session 1C: The Intersection of Leadership Gifts, Prospect Management, and Donor Relations
Erin Moyer, Assistant Vice President, Stewardship & Gift and Donor Services, University of Rochester
Mary Solomons, Senior Director of Donor Relations, Skidmore College

Session 2A:  A Coaching Session
Angela Joens, Executive Director of Development Outreach, University of California Davis

Session 2B: Not your usual scholarship dinner.  A look into how one school put a twist the "typical" scholarship dinner and made a lasting impact for the school and its donors
Ashley Gentry, Director of Donor Relations, Eastern Virginia Medical School

Session 2C: The Art of Storytelling: IMAGINE the possibilities
Kim Kaufman, Donor Relations Communication Coordinator, OSF Healthcare Foundation


Session 3A: Managing Unspent Endowment Payouts
Carrie Collins, Vice President, Institutional Advancement, University of the Sciences

Session 3B: Creating and Implementing an Online Donor Portal: One Donor Relations Team's Experience
Fulvio Cativo, Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship, University of Maryland
Kathleen Diemer, Executive Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Communications, George Mason University

Session 3C: Planned Giving Donor Relations for those that Leave a Lifetime Legacy
Lynne Wester, Principal, Donor Relations Guru

 
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