International Fundraising: New Geographies of Giving
Feb. 6 - 8, 2013
Sofitel Washington D.C. Lafayette Square
Washington, D.C., United States
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A Conversation with a Philanthropist
Noted philanthropist David Rubenstein will offer his candid observations about why educational institutions in the United States must engage internationally to be successful in their advancement objectives.
Moderator John Lippincott will probe Rubenstein's thinking on the importance of international advancement work for U.S. schools and universities.
International fundraising is an essential component of a highly successful development program. Whether your institution is public or private, large or small in size, secondary, college or post-graduate, each of us has a compelling reason to pursue advancement activities abroad.
Themed "New Geographies of Giving", this dynamic conference promises to explore new methods and practices in fundraising in addition to covering practical strategies and proven techniques that can help strengthen and increase the effectiveness of your international development program.