NWPGRT is pleased to introduce Planned Giving 101 Series, a quarterly afternoon session targeted for those newer to planned giving or interested in learning the ropes in this field. Well-seasoned, senior NWPGRT members will present PG 101 topics in an informal and casual setting.
Planned Giving Metrics- Tracking the numbers that really count
The session will be held November 15th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in 3:00-4:00 p.m. in the Esther Short Community Room, 610 Esther Street, Vancouver, Washington.
Join us and other development professionals as we learn more about creating gift officer goals and benchmarks that foster a culture of planned giving in your organization.
Ali Trinh has a master’s degree in Public Administration, specializing in nonprofit management from Portland State University. She has been actively engaged in planned giving for nearly 10 years and is currently the Charitable Estate Senior Director at Providence Foundations of Oregon. Ali enjoys working closely with her major gifts colleagues. She believes the key to most successful planned giving programs is through implementing metrics and industry standards that engage the entire development team.
Attendance is free for NWPGRT members $30 for non-members.