Fireside Chat & Q&A: Impact of COVID on Nonprofit Communications, Marketing, and Fundraising
Join AMADC's Women in Marketing for a "fireside chat" and cozy Q & A session as we learn about the impact COVID has had on nonprofit communications, marketing, and fundraising.
We are thrilled to be hosting talented leaders from Doorways for Children and Families who will share their experience on fundraising during the pandemic and speak about broader trends in community-based nonprofits throughout the region.
This evening we will also kick off our fundraising drive to secure one month’s of diapers and wipes for babies and toddlers currently in the program.
We hope you will join us!
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(Principal, MK Fundraising Solutions), Interim President and CEO
Maureen brings nearly two decades of nonprofit leadership experience in human services, higher education, research, policy, animal welfare and more to Doorways. A passionate advocate for the health and well-being of the social sector, in 2014, Maureen founded MK Fundraising Solutions (MKFS), a full-service nonprofit consulting firm. Since then, she has partnered with more than 20 national and international organizations. With a personal interest in serving women and families in our local communities, Maureen has spent the last five years focused predominantly on supporting community-based nonprofits in the D.C. region. Maureen earned her BS in Communications from Ithaca College, and her MA in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University. Maureen serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) DC Chapter, the Board of Directors for ACT for Alexandria, and is a member of the Empowerment Council and development committee for Together We Bake.
Connect with Maureen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Development Officer
Joy began her career out of college in service to five rural communities of Appalachia, as one of 50 Corporation for Enterprise Development Americorps VISTAs across the U.S. charged with piloting an asset-building program to promote pathways out of poverty. Twenty years later, Joy has been honored to serve a diverse handful of important missions, from economic development to housing, hunger to education. Today at Doorways, Joy brings her passion for social justice and her 20 years of fundraising experience to serve Doorways’ mission to create pathways out of homelessness, domestic violence and sexual assault. Joy is eager to forge connections that will further this mission and embolden the children, individuals, and families in our care to realize safe, stable, and empowered lives.
Outside of the office, Joy enjoys hiking, mystery novels, and rooting for the Hokies.
Connect with Joy at email@example.com