CASE District V Annual Conference
As of October 1, 2022, CASE requires all attendees, exhibitors, and staff to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 test results prior to participating in person at any conference.
Laser-focused on emerging trends and opportunities within advancement, the CASE District V Annual Conference is designed to enhance your capabilities. Gain cutting-edge industry insights to improve operations, stay on the cusp of trends, and connect with like-minded leaders.
This conference provides the innovation, resources, and partnerships to develop advancement practices in a changing education landscape. Attendees will network and interact with the region’s thought leaders to exchange best-in-class practices in advancement operations, leadership, and strategy.
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- Explore key concepts and review best practices for all sizes and types of institutions through educational content presented by peer institutions in the region.
- Develop practical strategies that will improve and advance your institution’s development, alumni relations, advancement services and/or communications initiatives.
- Build a professional network through intentional engagement opportunities.
Who Should Attend
- Advancement professionals at all levels of their careers
- Professionals in advancement services, alumni relations, communications and marketing, and fundraising
- Newcomers to the profession
Meet Your Chair
William Falk currently serves as the director of alumni & parent relations for St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wis. In this role, William is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive engagement program designed to provide meaningful opportunities for volunteerism, service, personal and professional development, and events and programs for alumni and parents to enhance loyalty, dedication and support for St. Norbert College.
In addition to these responsibilities, as director of alumni & parent relations, William leverages and executes his vast dedication to effective communication as he works to create and implement a results-driven communication plan to promote alumni and parent relations programs to diverse internal and external audiences as well as the development and elevation of cooperative and collaborative relationships and programs with College units, such as Admission, Communications, Career & Professional Development, Athletics, Student Affairs and academic departments.
Prior to William’s current role, he served as the associate director of alumni & parent relations. This position focused on developing programs which included student philanthropy, alumni interviews conducted by students, class agent programs and alumni/student mentoring.