2015 Conference Speakers

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Headshot2Jeromy Adams, Founder and Managing Director of Extra Life for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals – Since 2008, this innovative program has grown from a small online fundraising initiative to become a community-driven fundraising phenom that generates millions of dollars in support annually to 170 children’s hospitals in North America. Jeromy preaches the power of activating existing online communities globally to create a huge impact locally. Prior to CMN Hospitals, he founded the Cure Kids Cancer Radiothon for Texas Children’s Hospital while working as a broadcaster for Cox Media Group. In the 1990’s he served in the United States Coast Guard stationed in Astoria, Oregon and attached to the Ceremonial Honor Guard in Washington D.C. Born in Fairfax, VA, he now calls Houston, TX home along with his wife, Lesley, 3 children, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and 2 hermit crabs. Jeromy is also a participant in the nonprofit “WatchDogs” for the school that his kids attend.

 

Rachel ArmbrusterRachel Armbruster, President, Armbruster Consulting – Rachel is an executive nonprofit strategist specializing in fundraising. She is the President of Armbruster Consulting Group and is based in Austin, Texas. She has more than 15 years experience in marketing, nonprofit management, and fundraising and she is focused on solving revenue, structure, and opportunity challenges in order to maximize the return on investment for charities and their partners. Rachel served as Vice President of Business Development for Event 360, Inc. and worked in brand strategy for SicolaMartin. While she was the Director of Development at the Lance Armstrong Foundation, Rachel was responsible for creating new fundraising programs, evaluating proposals, and planning for future Foundation revenue. She published Banding Together for a Cause in 2010 to share lessons learned from the LIVESTRONG wristband campaign. Rachel started her non-profit career as the Director of Marketing for the Sun Bowl Association. She is a graduate of Purdue University with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and her Masters in Business Administration from St. Edward’s University.

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photo-mark-beckerMark Becker, Founder, Cathexis Partners – Mark founded Cathexis Partners in the fall of 2008. Prior to that, he was the Director of IT Consulting at an event production company focused on producing nonprofit events. In his ten years supporting nonprofits, Mark has supported hundreds of nonprofit online fundraising efforts. Mark leads Cathexis Partners, whose mission is to help non-profit and other socially minded organizations raise funds, expand house files and spread the word about their mission more effectively and more efficiently. Services include website development (design, migrations/integrations, implementation, CSS/template deployment), reporting, database management, IT consulting, technical support, custom training, copywriting, and project management.

 

Kari BodellKari Bodell, Business Development, Plenty – Leading the Business Development charge at Plenty, Kari uses her past experience as both a consultant and practitioner to develop strategies and tactics that yield outstanding results. Kari works with our clients and prospective clients to assess the current landscape, identify strategic opportunities and design a plan for maximizing those opportunities to generate revenue and fuel mission impact. Kari has been in peer-to-peer fundraising for eleven years, managing high-profile relationships and projects, and is well versed in all aspects of the design and delivery of event fundraising and peer-to-peer programs. Kari has a degree in Communications from the University of Utah and has worked in high-tech, higher ed and with the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics. She is a certified docent for the Chicago Architecture Foundation and she loves showing people her city. Her professional passion is helping her clients achieve their goals and fulfill their mission and her personal passion is being the world’s best aunt.

 

Amy Boulas headshotAmy Boulas, National Walk Director, JDRF – Amy Boulas has over 20 years’ experience in the nonprofit industry with a concentration in resource development. Amy spent most of her career with National MS Society and recently made a move to JDRF as their National Walk Director. She has experience in all facets of development, including events, direct marketing, on-line fund raising and corporate sponsorship. Amy also spent several years focused on board recruitment and development; staff management and training; strategic and operational planning; fiscal reliability and community outreach.

 

Amy Braiterman headshotAmy Braiterman, Principal Strategy Consultant, Blackbaud – Amy manages a team of fundraising strategists to support customers with their peer-to-peer fundraising events using a process she refers to as “data driven strategy.” Amy’s data driven strategy analyzes overall program performance, participant fundraising, and use of online tools to develop innovative fundraising plans. Prior to joining Blackbaud, Amy earned her fundraising stripes managing events for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society®, Alzheimer’s Association®, and Share Our Strength®. She shares her fundraising know how on npENGAGE.com, by hosting educational webinars and speaking at industry and customer conferences

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MaureenCarlson headshotMaureen Carlson, Executive Vice President, Good Scout – Maureen Carlson has extensive experience and a successful track record in corporate alignment and cause marketing strategy, corporate sponsorship and consumer marketing. She is a sought after strategist and speaker used behind the scenes by blue chip cause marketing and advertising agencies to create methods and tactics that ignite client campaigns. In 2000, after several years in the for-profit marketing sector, Maureen joined City of Hope and founded their cause-related marketing department, where she created several high-profile corporate cause marketing campaigns with corporations such as Staples, Dreyer’s, PaperMate, Kellogg’s, McDonald’s and Universal Music Group. In 2007, Maureen launched a sales and marketing consulting business, Caliber, LLC, focusing on creating effective, integrated cause marketing and corporate alliances within the healthcare and hospital sector. In 2011 Maureen joined Good Scout as its Executive Vice President of Strategy and Development. Good Scout is a social good consultancy led by Phil McCarty that helps brands take smart, impactful and sustainable leaps in how they do a greater good.

 

JonCassJonathan Cass, Senior Specialist, Online Marketing, World Wildlife Fund – Jon has worked in the programming, marketing and fundraising departments of several nonprofits across the country including The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, United Nations Foundation and Animal Humane Society. In his current role for World Wildlife Fund he focuses on peer to peer fundraising. In March 2014, Jon helped launch Panda Nation – a responsive DIY fundraising platform that provides supporters an interactive and engaging way to support WWF’s global conservation efforts.​

 

Michael Chitwood headshotMichael Chitwood, National Director of Team World Vision – In 2003 Michael, a former college football player, ran his first marathon. The experience was life changing. Three years later he helped launch Team World Vision as a way to use his new found love for endurance sports to help children in the poorest communities in the world. Since 2006, Team World Vision has raised over $15 Million for World Vision’s clean water projects in Africa.

 

SarahCoulamSarah Coulam, Senior Manager of Athletics, Smile Train – Sarah is an accomplished endurance event fundraiser with a talent for creating, evaluating and enhancing nonprofit endurance programs. Through the combination of her significant accomplishments in endurance sports and non-profit organizational experience, she increased participation and gift contributions for national level endurance programs, including American Cancer Society, Children’s Tumor Foundation, IRONMAN Foundation, Team in Training, and Smile Train, through the introduction of leadership volunteer components, mission statements to engage participants, and increased brand recognition through targeted marketing campaigns. Sarah is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and current member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She received her Masters in Fundraising management from Columbia University.

 

Craig CominsCraig Comins, National Director, Team Challenge at Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America – Team Challenge is the endurance training and fundraising program for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). He has been in this role since September 2011. Prior to that he was the New England Regional Director for CCFA for six years. Before CCFA, Craig spent 15 years in a variety of fundraising roles at Bates College, Special Olympics, the Scleroderma Foundation, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Craig has extensive experience in walks, endurance events, and other peer-to-peer fundraising events.

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MeghanDankovich headshotMeghan Dankovich, Consultant, Plenty – Meghan has a degree in International Business, a minor in Spanish, and six years of industry experience. She finds that generating strategic approaches and optimizing event fundraising programs is her specialty. Often one to reflect, Meghan’s best piece of advice to our clients is, “Be educated and authentically passionate about your cause. If you are, you’ll be infectious when you talk about it, and the rest will come.” Passion is what drove Meghan from a position in sales to event fundraising at Event 360 and, now at Plenty, she continues to prove that fundraising has the power to improve the human condition.

 

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Kelli Dreiling, Vice President of Development, National MS Society in Houston – With more than 14 years of experience in fundraising and event management, Kelli oversees the largest bicycle fundraiser of its kind, the BP MS 150 Houston to Austin, along with several Walk MS events in the area. Along with her peers, Kelli contributes to the fundraising and MS awareness across a 5-state area known as the “South Central Region” of the MS Society, including: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Her focus is on volunteers, team captains, corporate sponsors and event participants to create extraordinary fundraising experiences and work towards a world free of MS. She graduated from The Ohio State University and lives in The Woodlands, Texas, with her husband and two children.

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Michele head shot testMichele Egan Sterne, Vice President, For Momentum – With over 25 years of strategic alliance and cause marketing experience, Michele possesses critical insights unique to identifying and developing effective partnership solutions. Previous roles include senior-level fundraising and marketing positions with national and regional nonprofits and companies.

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solo photoAli Finkel, Account Director, Event 360 – As the Account Director to Event 360’s largest client, Ali strives to exceed participation, fundraising and event satisfaction goals year after year. Alison brings more than a decade of major event fundraising and event production experience to the Event 360 team. As a founding member of Event 360, Alison honed a deep knowledge of every stage of a project life cycle, including marketing and recruitment, customer service and relationship building, fundraising, volunteer coordination, event planning and on-site execution.

 

6258_Wendy_Folk_Brodeur_lo_resWendy Folk Vizek, Director, Walk to End Alzheimer’s – With over 15 years of fundraising experience working at the local, statewide and national levels, Wendy has a proven track record in nonprofit fundraising. Wendy is currently the National Director of Walk to End Alzheimer’s at the Alzheimer’s Association where she leads strategy and collaborates with the staff and volunteers from Chapters across the country. Wendy spent most of her career at the American Cancer Society working on special events and on-line fundraising. She has experience across many development areas including volunteer recruitment, training, events and on-line applications.

 

meagan.fulmerMeagan Fulmer. Chief Development Officer, Arthritis Foundation – Meagan has a proven track record in nonprofit leadership – driving strategy, execution and building incredible teams. She’s a graduate of Western Kentucky University, with additional certification from Cornell University. From the state level to nationwide, Meagan has successfully led financial turnarounds at the American Heart Association, the March of Dimes and more recently as president and CEO of the Partnership Against Domestic Violence. As chief development officer of the Arthritis Foundation, she collaborates with 10 regions to fulfill a unified development strategy.

 

OtisFultonOtis Fulton, Co-Founder, Turnkey P2P – Otis has spent the last 20 years using his background in psychology working with multi-national education companies. For more than 10 years he was the Senior Vice President for Government Relations for MetaMetrics, Inc., a psychometric R&D company in Research Triangle, North Carolina, and most recently he has been a consultant for the Clinical Assessment division of Pearson Education. He has degrees in social psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Virginia, where he also played on its first ACC Champion basketball team.

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Matt Glass headshotMatt Glass, Partner & Chief Creative Officer, Eventage – After beginning his career as Production Manager for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and Annual Events, Matt and his wife Jennifer founded Eventage in 1998. Matt has become an industry leader in the on-site experience for event participants nationwide and has scripted and coached multiple Academy Award winners, Fortune 500 CEOs and everyday people fighting challenges like breast cancer, depression and brain tumors. He lives in South Orange, NJ with his wife Jennifer, two daughters and two cats. He is proud to have mastered the art of assembling IKEA furniture.

 

Bonnie Gordon has over 25 years of experience as an awardwinning “marketer, healthcare advocate and creative inspirer”. As a 20-year, two-time breast cancer survivor, her passion is to provide quality healthcare and educational support for the underserved and underinsured across America. In her 19+ years at Walgreens, Bonnie held several marketing leadership roles, including print and broadcast creative, media services and strategies as well as her final role as Director of Cause Marketing at Walgreens. She now serves as Principal, Gordon Marketing Group, focusing on helping nonprofits maximize their fundraising and minimize their costs.

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IMG_1703David Hessekiel, Founder & President, Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum – David has one marathon for charity under his belt and a passion for helping nonprofits and businesses succeed at doing well by doing good. Since 2006 the P2P has brought thousands of peer-to-peer fundraising professionals together via its annual conference, workshops and webinars to share best practices and provided them with access to the information they need to raise more for their organizations. The Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum is a unit of Hessekiel’s Cause Marketing Forum, Inc. The recipient of a BA from Wesleyan University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, David’s background in journalism, magazine management, consumer marketing and the dot.com world equipped him to launch CMF. He lives in Rye, New York with his wife Andrea and their two daughters.

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Kaitlyn-Janowski-HeadshotKaitlyn Jankowski, Supporter Experience Manager, charity: water – Kaitlyn works with fundraisers to help them build a strategy around how to become rockstar campaigners. She also leads the support team that’s focused on scaling personalization in a digital world.

ColinColin Jenkins, National Walk Manager, JDRF Canada – In this role he is responsible for setting the national strategic direction for the TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes program and supporting regions in their execution of the Walk, which raises over $7M annually. Since 2001, Colin has led various fundraising portfolios, with non-profit organizations such as Heart & Stroke Foundation, Breakfast for Learning and Dignitas International. Prior to his time with charities, Colin spent 11 years with RBC in various functions, including Sales & Marketing, Domestic & International Audit and Retail & Business Banking.

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AlysonLevineAlyson Levine, National Director of the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes – Alyson has now taken up cycling since joining the Ride program in January 2007 from the Rochester Chapter of JDRF where she began her dedication to finding a cure for type 1 diabetes (T1D) in July 2004. After working on many fundraising events throughout her career, (walks, galas, golf Tournaments, etc.), Aly has yet to experience a program as powerful as the JDRF Ride to Cure. Under Aly’s leadership, and despite many challenges (including the infamous Government Shutdown), the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes continues to be the fastest growing program at JDRF.

 

EdLord headshotEd Lord, Vice President of Strategic Services, DonorDrive – Ed comes to DonorDrive from a 25-year career in fundraising for the American Cancer Society that helped generate over one billion dollars for the organization. His last role at ACS was Senior Vice President of Business Development for the South Atlantic Division. As a pioneer in peer-to-peer fundraising he was instrumental in the development of Relay For Life, Making Strides Against Cancer and other fundraising sources. In his role at DonorDrive, Ed collaborates with large nonprofits clients, bringing his expertise in fundraising and management to help them to develop strategy, exceed goals and use DonorDrive’s online fundraising as a tool to grow their mission.

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headshot (1)Shana Masterson, Senior Consultant, Blackbaud – Shana is a dynamic nonprofit professional with thirteen years of peer-to-peer and general fundraising experience. She works tirelessly to guide the strategic direction of online fundraising and communication efforts, including website, email communication, social media, digital advertising and mobile. After spending the last 13 years working for nonprofits, Shana is excited about her new role for Blackbaud, specializing in peer-to-peer fundraising. Just prior to this, she was responsible for $25 million in online revenue for the American Diabetes Association’s special events. She utilizes complex data sets to illustrate fundraising progress and build consensus across departments. An inspiring and passionate leader, Shana innovates process and standards on a daily basis. She lives and works in Glocester, RI. Follow her on Twitter: @npshana.

 

Chrissy Mathews Head shotChrissy Mathews, Program Manager, Susan G. Komen 3-Day – As the Program Manager for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day, Chrissy Mathews provides series wide oversight for the Komen Organization. New to Susan G. Komen, she brings a fresh perspective and positive energy to revitalization and growth of the Komen 3Day Program. Chrissy has managed sponsorship development, strategic marketing, re-branding initiatives and event planning for NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NCAA teams across the country and specializes in developing long-term integrated partnerships.

 

Heather McLeanHeather McLean, Senior Fundraising Advisor, hjc – Heather has a rich background in international development both in terms of education and fieldwork. She served as the Development Officer, Special Events, at Plan Canada where she championed the use of online fundraising tools for various campaigns and events, including Gifts of Hope, Plan’s alternative gift catalogue. Heather joined the Ontario SPCA in October 2012 as the Senior Manager. In the course of two stints at hjc (Hewitt & Johnston Consultants) Heather’s clients have included cbm (Christian Blind Mission), Ovarian Cancer Canada, Make-A-Wish Foundation® of America, Rick Hansen Foundation, Parkinson Society Canada and the Canadian Red Cross Society.and The National Cancer Coalition.

 

ColeenMcManus_headshotColeen McManus, Managing Director of Charity Development and Strategic Alliances, Spartan Race – Coleen has been with Spartan since its inception and works closely with the Executive team developing strategies for growth of the brand. She currently oversees all aspects of Charity Development while creating strategic partnerships to ensure an innovative dynamic program. In addition to her role in Charity development, Coleen is responsible for fostering and managing strategic partnerships for the brand such as Reebok, US Army, NBC, Lifetime Fitness among others. With 170 events in 20 countries and over a million racers globally Coleen is tasked with a monumental job of making the Leader in Obstacle Racing the Leader in Giving.

 

Gary Metcalf, Co-Founder & President, Cadence Sports – Gary and his business partner, Brian Leto, formed Cadence Sports in 2006 to provide professional, innovative event production services to anyone who would take them! Currently, given the wide ranging trends of today’s event marketplace, Gary and the Cadence management team are constantly working on elevating ours clients’ events and bringing missions to life through passionate, tried-and-true planning and execution. Regardless of the sport or cause, Gary is a true believer in living an active, vibrant lifestyle and has geared Cadence to assist those who share the same values. Gary is an avid triathlete and a dog lover. He holds an International Business and Economics degree from Texas Tech University.

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Mandy O'Neill headshotMandy O’Neill, Chief Strategist & Founder, ConnectedNonprofit – Mandy is a 14-year veteran of using online tools including websites, email, social media, and mobile technologies to build targeted digital relationships for nonprofit organizations and individuals. A veteran of peer-to-peer fundraising, andy speaks, blogs, trains, and provides creative direction for nonprofit organizations to achieve well-defined, high value goals using online tools.

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Nancy PaloNancy Palo, National Vice President Community Empowerment, Shatterproof – Nancy leads the team responsible for uniting the 100 million+ Americans who are touched by addiction and empowering them to advance the organization’s mission through building awareness, fundraising and volunteerism. She has more than 15 years of experience in noprofit management and an unparalleled passion for peer-to-peer fundraising. Recently, Nancy was a Senior Strategy Consultant with Blackbaud where she worked with non-profit organizations in developing innovative fundraising strategies. Prior to that, was a Vice President of Development at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.Nancy is also an industry thought leader writing for industry publications and sharing her expertise at the Association of Fundraising Professionals International Conference, Blackbaud’s Non-Profit Conference, NTEN’s Non-Profit Technology Conference and the Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Professional Forum. She is a graduate of the University of San Diego and lives in New York City.

 

Joe Prosperi, Relay For Life Digital Lead, American Cancer Society – Joe heads up online efforts to increase fundraising, awareness, and engagement for the world’s largest non-profit fundraising event, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life. After being diagnosed with cancer in 2001, Joe started his career with the Society in 2004 upon graduation from the University of Missouri with a BA in Communications, and quickly turned his sites to helping the American Cancer Society capitalize on the growing impact that social and online interactions have on volunteer motivations and relationships. Joe is also an award winning photographer, but doesn’t seem to have much time for it lately since he is busy working to make this cancer’s last century on earth.

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MollyeRhea headshotMollye Rhea, President & Founder, For Momentum LLC – Mollye has 25+ years of experience in forming strategic alliances between nonprofits and corporate sponsors. In her previous role as Group Vice President for the Corporate Alliances team for the national office of the Arthritis Foundation, as well as her 11+ years with For Momentum, Mollye has developed sponsorship strategies for dozens of nonprofit organizations and hundreds of brands.

 

BRossBetty Ross, Vice President of Campaign Development, National Multiple Sclerosis Society – Betty leads strategic efforts to drive revenue through the Society’s Walk MS event while developing new fundraising opportunities including MuckFest MS, DIY Fundraising and Finish MS. Betty’s career with the Society spans more than 37 years. She lives in Denver with her husband, Richard.

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Laurie SchaecherLaurie Schaecher, Consultant, Plenty – Laurie participated in her first endurance cycling event for charity over 13 years ago, and has worked in special events fundraising ever since. As a consultant at Plenty, Laurie provides data analysis and strategic recommendations to our clients. She pairs this with her experience in management, event marketing and recruitment, fundraising, volunteer coordination, event logistics and execution. She also brings her experience as the Deputy Executive Director of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s New York City Chapter. As DED, she was responsible for all event fundraising, ranging from athletic endurance events to black tie dinners to golf tournaments. Her current sport is running and she participates in numerous fundraising races each year. Laurie earned a Bachelor of Arts from Middlebury College and lives in North Carolina with her husband and three children.

 

TS 152Taylor Shanklin, Product Marketing Manager, Blackbaud – Taylor first joined Blackbaud via Convio in May of 2007 as an Interactive Specialist. In her time at Blackbaud she has worked with organizations large and small and worn many hats across business units. She has led numerous Luminate Online and TeamRaiser implementations, and worked as a strategy consultant with the Go! program. Some of her most recent projects include working with Alzheimer’s Association The Longest Day, National MS Society, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Great Strides, and ALS Association’s Community of Hope. Taylor (a.k.a., T-Shank) has a particular affinity for peer-to-peer fundraising and has completed several Team in Training events with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, receiving her triple crown for having competed in cycling, triathlon and marathon events. Follow her on Twitter: @tshankcycles

 

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Jeff Shuck, CEO, Plenty – With over twenty years of experience in the fundraising industry, Jeff has consulted with hundreds of nonprofits and led teams to produce more than 200 fundraising events involving hundreds of thousands of participants who have collectively raised over a billion dollars for charity. As CEO of Plenty he uses this experience to offer expert advice in the fields of experiential and peer-to-peer fundraising. Jeff also consults extensively on the link between mission, organizational strategy, and development programs. He holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management and is studying for a Masters in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University.

 

Lance Slaughter 2013 HeadshotLance Slaughter, Chief Chapter Relations and Development Officer, The ALS Association – Lance brings more than 16 years of extensive management experience in nonprofits combined with a strong understanding of mission driven organizations. As Chief Chapter Relations and Development Officer, Lance is responsible for providing the overall leadership, direction, strategy and vision for The Association’s network of chapters and fundraising efforts.

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KateVanDePeerKate Van de Peer, Campaigns Manager, Cerebral Palsy Alliance – Kate has worked as a Campaigns Manager with Cerebral Palsy Alliance for the last five years. Kate is currently leading an international online mass participation campaign called Steptember. In 2014 the campaign, now in its 4th year, engaged over 36,000 participants and raised 4.2 million dollars for adults and children living with disabilities. The campaign which is currently in its infancy has the potential to be the world’s most successful event in the disability sector. Kate leads a small team supporting Steptember in Australia, US, Canada, UK, The Netherlands, Turkey with India, Singapore, New Zealand and Poland from 2015. Prior to commencing work on the Steptember campaign Kate managed a 7 million dollar Capital Campaign to raise funds for a new centre for children and adults living with cerebral palsy.

 

Katrina 1Katrina VanHuss, CEO, Turnkey – Katrina VanHuss has been driving fundraising with communications and recognition programs for organizations like the American Cancer Society, Special Olympics, and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society since founding her company in 1989. Katrina’s expertise lies in increasing peer to peer event participants’ fundraising levels with analysis of past fundraiser behavior, understanding the mechanisms of human decision-making, and making full use of human desire for personal recognition. Her programs consistently produce ROI’s in excess of 500%. Katrina currently chairs the Virginia Council of CEOs and is a fundraising volunteer for Special Olympics, Relay For Life, and the ARC, for which she also lobbies. She graduated from Virginia Tech with degrees in communications (BA) and biology (BS).

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Brian WalshBrian Walsh, Customer Experience Architect, Oracle – Brian has worked in many countries and with several industries and sectors in his 12 years with Oracle.He has presented and led Journey Mapping sessions with hundreds of customers over dozens of events in the last two years throughout North America. He is based in Toronto.

 

 

Headshot for webKatie Walters, Manager, Marketing and Training, The ALS Association – Katie joined the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease in 2007 and develops the online fundraising presences for the Association’s largest peer-to-peer fundraising programs. Katie also serves as the primary training and support resource to chapter members.

 

 

Donna_WilkinsDonna Wilkins, CEO, Charity Dynamics – Donna has worked with hundreds of organizations to put innovative solutions in place to increase fundraising, participant engagement and satisfaction, and overall results. She has worked with many of the largest national organizations with traditional events and the ever growing independent fundraising programs. Personally, Donna has participated in several fundraising events as a participant fundraiser and raised over $25,000 from friends and family to support several organizations.