Speaker of Significance: Kay Sprinkel Grace | November 2, 2016
Kay Sprinkel Grace is no stranger to the issues confronting nonprofits today -- and focuses on the opportunities that are present in these challenges. Speaking and consulting locally in San Francisco, where she lives, nationally and internationally, Kay's platform includes trend spotting, board engagement, leadership of the sector, major giving and other issues related to organizational stability and change. She is a frequent speaker at AFP Chapters, and will be speaking at AFP International in San Francisco in April 2017. She speaks internationally and just returned from a trip to Europe where she spoke to the Central and Eastern European Fundraising Conference in Bratislava, Slovakia; the International Fundraising Congress in The Netherlands, and Leaders of Tomorrow, in Bratislava, a program she and colleagues created for leaders in Central and Eastern Europe. She is a graduate of Stanford University (BA, MA) and has received their highest award for volunteer service, The Gold Spike. In 2013 she received the Henry A. Rosso Medal from Indiana University's Lilly Family School of Philanthropy for lifetime service to ethical fundraising. She is the author of seven books, the most recent one of which, "The Busy Volunteer's Guide to Fundraising" was published in March, 2016.
AFP Charlotte welcomes Kay on November 2 for both a morning senior forum session and afternoon lunch program. Register today!
The categories we will be honoring are:
· Champion of Diversity
· Emerging Philanthropist
· Philanthropic Small Business
· Student Philanthropist
· Philanthropic Organization
· Volunteer Fundraiser
· Professional Fundraising Executive
· Outstanding Legacy
· Outstanding Philanthropist
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact Shelley Clayton
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