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March Educational Program

  • Thursday, March 21, 2024
  • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • The Racquet Club, 215 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
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Pre-registration for this program is closed.

Morning  Session

11:00 a.m.  - 12:00 p.m.
Building a Cohesive Legacy Case Statement

An effective legacy giving case statement will allow professionals to understand their donors' values, create consistent messaging and deepen donor conversations.  In this session, Lori Kranczer, CEO of Link Elevating Philanthropy, will cover why organizations should have a legacy giving case statement, how to craft one, and workshop with participants on the essential elements so that they leave the session with a framework for their organization.

Lori Kranczer is the CEO of Link Elevating Philanthropy, and works with nonprofits, individuals and businesses on creating impactful strategic philanthropic plans. She is an expert in matching individuals’ values with social good opportunities as well as the technical aspects of implementing a philanthropic plan.

She is an attorney and advisor who has taught at NYU and speaks frequently in front of audiences of nonprofit boards, community foundations, women’s networking groups, and businesses on topics related to legacy giving and impactful philanthropy. She is also the host of Positive Impact Philanthropy podcast where they share the stories of women philanthropists to inspire listeners to take action.

Luncheon Session
12:15 - 2:00 p.m.
We Are All in the Media Business Now!

This presentation will discuss the fundamental changes in communication especially in light of the continued demise of traditional media.  I will suggest a new approach to communications which requires every organization to become its own media channel by creating unique and compelling content.  Large or small – every organization can adopt these new principles of communication to build awareness and brand, and drive support.

Jay Devine is one of the most respected communications professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region. He is an experienced communications counselor, advising international, national and regional clients for more than 30 years. He co-founded D+P in 2003. Jay’s specialty is corporate communications and reputation management for public, private and large institutional clients.

From its start, D+P has advised some of the largest companies and most respected brands in the U.S. including the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Comcast Spectacor, Deloitte, the William Penn Foundation, Jefferson Health and Jefferson University, Drexel University, Bryn Mawr College and Philadelphia Newspapers among many others.

Before co-founding D+P, Jay was one of the founding members of Tierney Communications. During his 14-year tenure at Tierney, he grew the agency to become the region’s largest public relations firm and pioneered the new and evolving issues management practice in the Philadelphia region. He started his career in Washington, D.C. at Porter Novelli.

Jay serves on the boards of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia and Neumann University.  At Neumann, he chaired the board for over 10 years, giving him a unique and valuable understanding of higher education. In 2015, he was appointed Vice Chair of the World Meeting of Families Communications and Marketing Committee. In May 2013, he and his wife, Bridget, received honorary Doctor of Laws from Neumann University in recognition of their long-term commitment to the university. Jay is a graduate of Georgetown University and has a Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania.

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