Chantal Thomas—Director, Office of Development & Alumni Relations
Université de Montréal—Montreal
Canada
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Center for Community College Advancement

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The CASE Center for Community College Advancement provides training and resources to help community colleges build and sustain effective fundraising, alumni relations and communications and marketing programs. The center offers members a mix of programs and products designed specifically for community colleges as well as resources developed for educational institutions of all types.

We spoke with Kathleen Guy from the Eaton Cummings Group for a quick tip on how to improve the culture of a foundation board.
Jeff Kraus and Ellen Davenport from the Virginia Community College System share thoughts on communicating and engaging with legislators, during the CASE Conference for Community College Advancement 2014 in Sacramento, CA.
Diane Shoger, William Crowe and Mike Barzacchini share thoughts on involving presidents in fundraising efforts, during the CASE Conference for Community College Advancement 2014 in Sacramento, CA.

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