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CAIS Heads' Roundtable: Small Shop Development
May 18, 2022 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This event is open to participants from CAIS member schools only.

Location:Zoom Meeting
Online–Anywhere, CA

This Q&A is a follow-up to the April 20 Heads' Roundtable. Bring your fundraising questions, confounding situations, and anxious moments to Jill Goodman of Jill Goodman Consulting in a Roundtable discussion specifically for small shop development directors, heads of school, and trustees.

Audience: CAIS Heads of School, Trustees, and Development/Advancement Directors

Featured Presenter: Jill Goodman, Jill Goodman Consulting

About the Presenter
Jill Goodman is an executive mentor and consultant with diverse skills across the non-profit and educational sectors. With over 20 years of experience in developing high-level strategy, executing and growing core programs to forward the mission of numerous independent schools and organizations, Jill's intense listening skills have helped her establish a reputation for providing exceptional, solution-oriented results. Jill has a 360-degree understanding of the non-profit world – she has served as a staff member, grantmaker, trustee, and volunteer. She spent ten years as an administrator of two independent schools.

Pre-registration is required for this complimentary meeting via the Zoom link sent to targeted CAIS listservs.

Heads' Roundtables are designed for and restricted to CAIS Heads of School unless otherwise noted.

All CAIS events are subject to change.

Questions? Contact Cathy Shelburne, Director of Professional Learning at [email protected]
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