Supporters are hungry for physical P2P experiences, but can you responsibly produce events under pandemic conditions?
The answer is a qualified yes — live is possible under very special circumstances. Learn how from a group of industry pros who successfully staged physical programs this year:
Yoel Margolese, Director, Bike4Chai, Chai Lifeline
For more than two decades, Yoel has been actively involved in the nonprofit world. Starting off as a small-time event planner and fundraiser, Yoel has grown through the ranks. In 2010, Yoel helped start and build Bike4Chai, a charity bike ride whose main goal is to support Chai Lifeline in its important work of helping families dealing with serious pediatric illnesses. Under Yoel’s leadership, Bike4Chai has grown each year and has raised over 60 million dollars for the organization.
Yoel is passionate about helping people and organizations. He has helped numerous start-up nonprofits and is always happy to share his knowledge and experience. In his spare time, he loves to ride his bicycle, is an avid reader about leadership and history, and enjoys spending time with his wife and children.
Kris Bockmier, Director of Field Operations, National Psoriasis Foundation
Kris Bockmier joined NPF in 2014. She has been working in the nonprofit field for more than 20 years and in special events for the past 16 years. She is responsible for the oversight, leadership and direction of NPF’s field operations, including revenue generation.
Jillian Schranz, Director of Business Development, Event 360
Jillian has worn many hats at Event 360 in the past 14 years – from fundraising coach to project manager, to event IT support. She knows our work and our team inside and out. In her current role as Director of Business Development, she can perfectly partner our clients with the services they need and ensure our team delivers flawless event experiences that yield happy participants and stellar results.
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