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? 

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See below for our most recent Regional Events


5th Annual Midwest Regional Forum - Know Before You Go

We are so excited for you to join us at the 2019 ADRP Midwest Regional Forum on Thursday, July 25, at Northwestern University. Here is some information to help you plan your day. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email Rebekah Nowak at [email protected], or Sarah Kalsbeek at [email protected] On the event date, you can contact Rebekah by cell phone at 773-972-2877.


Ninth Annual NYC Regional Conference

Thank you to all of our attendees, presenters, and sponsors.
You help our Regional Events succeed, and are why we can continue to host year after year in NYC!
We hope you can join us again next year.

Friday, March 22, 2019
Kimmel Center for University Life
New York University
New York City, NY

Join us for an exciting day of presentations and discussions focusing on industry best practices and innovations. Network with your colleagues and gather new ideas and tools that you can implement in your own shop. Special rates at local hotels have been arranged—see below to book your hotel room! This conference has sold out every year, so early registration is encouraged. 

Registration Rates

Member: $195
Non-Member: $225

*Online registration has closed

The Ninth Annual NYC Regional Conference is eligible for a total of 4 CFRE Credits.

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New England Regional Breakfast Panel

Network | Learn | Be Inspired

Registration & Pricing  |  Program Details  |  Our Sponsors

Thank you to all of those who were able to join us for our breakfast panel discussion! We hope you enjoyed your time in Cambridge, MA; were able to make exciting new connections; and left feeling inspired.

If you are interested in other regional events, or would like to learn more about how to plan a regional event, discover our regional building toolkit and contact the ADRP office with any questions you may have.

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ADRP's 5th Annual Midwest Regional Forum

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Northwestern University
Guild Lounge in Scott Hall
601 University Place
Evanston, Illinois 60201

Thank you so much to everyone who attended our 5th Annual Midwest Regional Forum! We hope you continue to grow your network and expertise by registering for the biggest donor relations event of the year! Registration is open now for the 16th Annual International Conference.

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Keynote: Giving Matters

Regardless of your background or professional pathways, the art of giving is always important. Whether you are dealing with customers, employees, peers, donors, prospects, or leaders, the key to successful giving is to deliver the highest level of service possible. You will hear real life examples of life, professional, and nonprofit experiences of how exceptional treatment of constituents of all types leads to development gains in the form of monetary and in-kind donations, networking, relationship development, customer growth, volunteer man-hours and collaboration, and capital campaign successes. The goal is to give you a few nuggets of wisdom to take back to your teams to ignite the flame of why giving matters so much to all of your constituents.

About the Presenter:

Gwynn Virostek

Gwynn Virostek is an accomplished financial services and nonprofit leader. She has proven success in delivering results, leading organizations through critical transitions, acquisitions, and enhancing overall operational efficiencies and customer satisfaction. Gwynn’s leadership expertise lies in understanding corporate culture, navigating organizational change, and motivating/leading large and small diverse teams. She has invested more than three decades in banking leadership across the nation, including managing retail banking and branch operations for approximately half of the financial centers across the country for Washington Mutual, as an assistant vice president for Wachovia, and most recently serving as the regional vice president of TD Bank. Gwynn also served as the Chairman of the Florida Bankers Association.

Among her many nonprofit volunteer roles, she served as the chair of the Volunteer Florida Foundation, under the leadership of then-Governor Jeb Bush in his push to increase literacy among families across the state. She also served as the executive committee secretary-treasurer for the South Florida Annenberg Challenge, a five-year, $300 million education initiative to improve Florida’s education system. Gwynn worked as Development Director for Haven Hospice and for Florida TaxWatch gaining hands-on development experience. 

Gwynn serves on the Board of Directors of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, recently served as chair, and currently chairs the foundation’s Audit Committee and serves on the Investment Committee.

Gwynn earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Eckerd College, graduating Magna Cum Laude. She also completed the American Bankers Association Stonier National Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania.

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