Higher Education Fundraising
Part of the Fundraising During Uncertain Times Series
Friday, April 17, 2:00pm-3:00pm (ET)
Webinar via Zoom
With the spread of COVID-19, 2020 has quickly become a time of uncertainty in America. As fundraisers and nonprofit leaders, we face the difficult challenge of fundraising during this time of crisis and uncertainty, and that can present a lot of questions.
Your distinct higher education fundraising questions during these uncertain times.
This webinar will focus specifically on the challenges facing colleges and universities during COVID-19, as well as how to remain strategic and humane in your fundraising efforts. We understand some of you are in the midst of a campaign, may have donors in especially COVID-19 sensitive areas, and feel even more pressure to anticipate the shifting landscape in higher education. Join American Philanthropic's webinar to engage in discussions to help answer these questions and eliminate some of the uncertainty with challenges presented by COVID-19 and the economic downturn. This will be a one-hour webinar with experts in the field, so bring your questions!
American Philanthropic leadership and guests from around the nonprofit and fundraising world

Philip Brach

Philip Brach is the Vice President of College Relations for Belmont Abbey College. His career has been characterized by innovation, strategic planning, and results. Philip was one of the founders of the Busch School of Business at The Catholic University and served as Assistant Dean for seven years where he led a campaign to raise over $70 million. Philip taught courses in leadership, entrepreneurship and philanthropic management. Previously, Philip has worked with Mobil Oil, Ernst and Young, and helped found the SQAD Company, where he was awarded three patents for innovative marketing inventions. His experience spans market expansion, mergers and acquisitions, integrated communications, and competitor analysis. Since then, he has worked various nonprofits, such as St. John’s High School, Midtown Educational Foundation, and Midtown Center for Boys.

Lynn Hubert

Lynn Hubert is Director of Regional Development at the University of Notre Dame with more than 25 years of fundraising experience in higher education in both state and private institutions including Conception Abbey and Seminary College, St. Gregory's University, University of Missouri-Columbia, and Utah State University. She has been recognized for assisting with moving teams and cultures forward with values based leadership and has worked primarily with individuals and families capable of gifting major and principal gifts, as well as philanthropic advising, strategic planning, transformative gift structures and campaign organization and implementation. She completed a doctoral degree at the University of MIssouri-Columbia in higher education leadership and policy analysis with dissertation research focused on women's motivations for giving and involvement on advisory councils and strategic university initiatives.

Justin Streiff

Justin is a partner with American Philanthropic and provides full-service strategic consulting to nonprofits, with a particular emphasis on development department management. Prior to joining American Philanthropic, Justin served for several years as the director of development with the Foundation for Economic Education. During his tenure, FEE experienced average annual growth of 30%. Justin also led the fundraising program for the Goldwater Institute in Arizona and has directed nationwide fundraising efforts for dozens of political campaigns, PACs, & nonprofits. To-date, Justin has been involved in raising well over $100 million through major gifts, capital campaigns, foundation grants, independent expenditures, planned giving, & direct response fundraising, including phone and mail programs.

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