Defining Your Career Path: Journey or Destination?
Nonprofit Educational Luncheon
Defining Your Career Path:Journey or Destination?
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
The Sequoia Restaurant, 643 Bee Street, Placerville
This luncheon is brought to you by AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals – California Capital Chapter) – El Dorado County Extension in partnership with Marshall Foundation for Community Health and The Nonprofit Partnership.
When asked about career path, some are quick to say things like “CEO in 10 years” or “National expert in…..” However, reality asks, “Where’s our profession headed? What about our roles as professionals?” The expectations of philanthropy performance have dramatically changed in recent years. With strategic institutional alignment, comprehensive programs and higher expectations, philanthropy professionals are tasked with much more than just making the ask. With such heavy expectations for you, when will you find the time to identify your personal steps to career success?
Benefits of Attending
• Learn about requirements for high performance
• Gain insights into the speaker’s three decades of experience and perspective
• Explore strategies for developing your career pathway
• Discuss ways to seize professional opportunities in an ever changing industry
Bill Littlejohn is one of the nation’s leading philanthropy professionals. With more than three decades of experience, Bill has led and directed philanthropic programs that have generated more than half a billion dollars. Bill joined Sharp HealthCare, San Diego’s largest health care provider in 2002 as Senior Vice President and CEO of Sharp HealthCare Foundation. Under his leadership, Sharp has generated $275 million in philanthropy.
Deadline for Reservations - Thursday, September 14
530-642-9984 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AFP Members $25 Non-members $35
Payment Due with Reservation
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