Thank you for your interest in the 2019 CASE Kentucky Conference!
The Kentucky Chapter of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education has always aspired to provide quality professional development that is attainable, accessible, and affordable to public and private institutions across the great Commonwealth.
This year, we are Navigating the Future as it is the basis of what we do in our professions. On December 5th and 6th at the Downtown Lexington Hilton, you will have the opportunity to participate in focused presentations and discussions, gain fresh perspectives, and network with colleagues to better our respective institutions. Each of us has an important role to play in moving our institutions forward into the future. This conference will prepare you with innovative ideas to do just that!
The conference planning committee is working persistently to bring you a fulfilling and energizing conference that highlights all areas of the advancement profession. Our hope is that you find the sessions incredibly helpful.
Please plan to join us on Thursday, December 5th for happy hour before you go out for dinner and stay for lunch on Friday, December 6th as we celebrate our colleagues' successes during the awards presentation.
We appreciate your decision to attend the 2019 CASE Kentucky Conference and look forward to connecting in December!
2019 Conference Chair and President-Elect
Associate Director of Regional Advancement and Director of Advancement Services
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Interested in speaking at the CASE Kentucky Conference?
CASE Kentucky conferences are a great opportunity to share your expertise, ideas, and experience with your professional peers.
Each track (Executive Management, Alumni Relations, Advancement Services, Communications, Independent Schools, and Philanthropy) features 65-minute sessions on a topic relevant to current trends and best practices in that track.
Please note that consultants and vendors are eligible to present as long as they are paired with an advancement professional working at a Kentucky educational institution.