Schedule-at-a-Glance

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Sunday, July 17

1:00 - 2:30 PM
Opening Key Session
The Road to Character: Thoughts on Leadership Today
David Brooks, Author, New York TImes Columnist, Political and Social Analyst

2:30
Marketplace Opens

3:00 - 4:00
Concurrent Sessions

  • Navigating the Seas of Change in Alumni Engagement
    Presented in partnership with the Council of Alumni Association Executives (CAAE)
    Armin Afsahi, Vice Chancellor for Advancement, University of Denver; Andy Gurd, Associate Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, The Ohio State University Alumni Association; and Donna MacPhee, Vice President for Alumni Relations, President, Columbia Alumni Association, Columbia University
    Moderator: J.T. Forbes, Chief Executive Officer, Alumni Association, Indiana University
  • Colgate Professional Networks: Alumni Affinity Groups Reimagined for Maximum ROI
    Michael Sciola, Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement; and Jennifer Stone, Director of the Annual Giving and Director of Colgate Professional Networks, Colgate University
  • Creating a Marketing Organization that Gets Results
    Deborah L. Maue, Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Communications, Columbia College Chicago; and Michael Stoner, President and Cofounder, mStoner, Inc.
  • How, When and Why Your Audiences Engage in Different Media
    Ashley Budd, Assistant Director, Digital Innovation; Art Jahnke, Editor, Bostonia Magazine, Boston University; and Luanne Lawrence, Senior Consultant and Chief Executive Officer, LML Marketing and Communications
  • Advancement Without Borders: Real-Life Lessons When Universities Go Global
    Laura Brinn, Executive Director of Global Communications; and Wendy Kuran, Associate Vice President for Business Development, Duke Kunshan University (DKU) and China, Duke University
  • Fundraisers: Their Careers, Stories, Concerns and Accomplishments 
    Eugene R. Tempel, Founding Dean Emeritus; Indiana University, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
  • Telling Your Story in the Middle of the Storm
    Tom Hiles, Vice Chancellor of Advancement, University of Missouri; Megan E. Morey, Chief Advancement Officer, Amherst College; and Jim Moore, President and CEO, University of Illinois Foundation
    Moderator: Stacy Palmer, Editor, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • Leaders Buying In: Investment of Academic Leadership in Faculty Engagement
    Ben Golding, Chief Operating Officer, Advancement Resources; and Shawn Scoville, Executive Vice President; Oregon State University Foundation
  • Evaluating High-Performing Fundraising Programs
    John Glier, President and Chief Executive Officer, Grenzebach, Glier and Associates

4:00 - 4:30
Coffee Break in the Marketplace

4:30 - 5:30
Key Session
The Power of Voice: Protest and Free Speech in Higher Education
Ruth J. Simmons, President Emerita, Brown University; and President Emerita, Smith College

5:30 - 6:30
Welcome Reception

6:30
Marketplace Closes

  

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Monday, July 18

7:30 AM
Marketplace Opens

7:30 - 8:30

Breakfast in the Marketplace

8:45 - 10:00
Executive Education Seminars (Choose one; repeated at 10:30 AM today)

10:00 - 10:30
Coffee Break in the Marketplace

10:30 - 11:45
Executive Education Seminars Repeat

NOON - 2:00 PM
Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon

2:00 - 2:30
Dessert Reception in the Marketplace

2:30 - 3:30
Concurrent Sessions

  • Digital Engagement Initiatives Today: Connecting Digital to the Bottom Line
    Presented in partnership with the Council of Alumni Association Executives (CAAE)
    Kim Brown, Director, Strategic Communications & Digital Engagement, Office of Alumni Engagement, Syracuse University; Andrew Gossen, Executive Director, Digital, Cornell University Alumni Affairs & Development; and Christen Gowan, Associate Director of Media Relations and Social Media, Union College
  • Who Owns the Brand? A University Leadership Panel
    Michael C. Eicher, Chief Advancement Officer, The Ohio State University; E. Gordon Gee, President, West Virginia University; and Teri Lucie Thompson, Associate Vice Chancellor, Marketing and Communication; Chief Marketing Officer, University of Texas System
    Moderator: Bill Faust, Managing Partner, Ologie
  • The Science and Art of Cultivating a Highly Philanthropic Board
    Erin Dodd, Managing Director for Development and Campaigns, New York University; Carlos Flynn, University Dean of Advancement, City University of New York; Kelly Moody, Executive Director of Global and Provost Initiatives, New York University; and Nancy Raybin, Senior Consultant & Principal, Marts & Lundy
  • No Rest for the Weary: Making the Most of Your Time Between Campaigns
    Raymond Happy, Principal and Managing Director, CCS; Kimberley Kicenuik, Assistant Vice President, CCS; and Thomas J. Mitchell, Vice President, Development and Alumni Affairs, University of Florida
  • Of Algorithms and Advancement: Data-Driven Advancement Strategy and Execution
    Kate Chamberlin, Director, Development Analytics and Process, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; David Strauss, Principal, Art & Science Group; Fred Van Sickle, Executive Vice President, Cornell University; and Darrow Zeidenstein, Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations, Rice University
  • Raising Money in China and Beyond
    Donna Arbide, Associate Vice President, Alumni Relations and Individual Giving University of Miami, and Giving Executive Director of the UM Alumni Association; Tim Dolan, Vice-Principal (Advancement), University of Sydney; Bruce Flessner, Principal, Bentz Whaley Flessner; Kristine Laping, Senior Vice President of Development, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; and Brodie Remington, Senior Director, International Giving and Engagement, University of Michigan
  • Conversation Amid Controversy: Engaging Your Communities in Times of Rising Student Activism
    Robert Hornsby,
    Associate Vice President for Media Relations, Columbia University, Lisa Lapin, Associate Vice President, University Communications, Stanford University; and Nancy Seideman, Associate Vice President, Media Relations, Emory University
  • Leveraging Volunteers and Staff to Further Your Mission
    Presented in partnership with the Council of Alumni Association Executives (CAAE)
    Ken Catandella, Senior Executive Director, CAA and University Relations, Columbia University; Peggy Hoffmann, President, Mariner Management and Marketing, LLC, and Wes Moe, Senior Director, Programs, New York Cares

3:30-4:00
Coffee Break in the Marketplace

4:00-5:15
Key Session
The Big Picture

Panelists: Andrew Hamilton, President, New York University; and Stacy Palmer, Editor, The Chronicle of Philanthropy; and Daniel R. Porterfield, President, Franklin & Marshall College
Moderator: Sue Cunningham, President, CASE

5:15-5:45
Annual CASE Membership Meeting and Update
Join CASE President Sue Cunningham and Board Chair J. Michael Goodwin at CASE's
42nd annual meeting. They will share what's new, including the slate of newly elected CASE trustees, and discuss the state of your professional association.

6:00-7:00
Taste of New York Reception

7:00
Marketplace Closes

   

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Tuesday, July 19

7:30-8:30 AM
Breakfast

8:30-10:00
Key Session
The Power of Shared Leadership

Joan Garry offers insights on how you can motivate and engage these critical stakeholders in what she calls a "shared leadership" model.
Joan Garry, Founder and Principal, Joan Garry Consulting

10:00-10:30
Coffee Break

10:30 AM-NOON
Closing Key Session
The Next America: Boomers, Millennials and the Looming Generational Showdown
Paul Taylor, Former Executive Vice President, Special Projects, Pew Research Center

NOON
Summit Adjourns

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