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The Role of Boards in Year-End Fundraising: Make Them Your Fiercest Fundraisers

Fundraising is one of the major responsibilities of a non-profit board of directors. Your board’s fundraising role is to provide leadership and connection to existing and potential donors. In order to be successful, the board must be engaged and understand their role within the fundraising process. There are four key roles a board member can play that will help your organization’s fundraising efforts.

  1. Donors
  2. Fundraising Ambassadors
  3. Influencers
  4. Leadership

Join social impact strategist Alyssa Wright to learn more about each role and how to engage your board members to make them your fiercest fundraisers.

About the Speaker:

Alyssa Wright
Speaker, Author, Forbes Contributor, Consultant and CEO of Wright Consulting Group

Having spent time as a human right’s activist in Eastern Europe and Africa, Alyssa brings a decade of experience in international philanthropy to Alyssa Wright Consulting. An accomplished facilitator, consultant and coach she builds new revenue streams, shifts cultural perspectives and inspires people to believe that change is possible no matter what. A 2017 TedX speaker, Alyssa speaks to motivate individuals and organizations alike, to become powerful agents of change. A regular contributor to Forbes, Global Giving, Feminist Wednesday and Levo League, Alyssa is a powerful Millennial voice in the social change movement.

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