The New Power
Fundraising Conference

Flip the Script, Bring in More Money, Uplevel Your Career
The Best Future-facing Fundraising Conference… Period 
Wild Woman Fundraising
  • 30
    DAYS
  • 10
    HOURS
  • 49
    MINUTES
  • 49
    SECONDS
Weds, Nov 11 to Fri Nov 13
8 AM-5PM PT (11AM-8PM ET)
ONLINE CONFERENCE
Why Attend?
Because you want to assert your needs and desires
Because you want to know yourself completely
Because you deserve to be paid for your lifetime of wisdom and expertise.
Because you deserve more money and it's time for you to step into your power
For nonprofit leaders, fundraising professionals, and entrepreneurs
Selected Speakers

KIERRA TAPLIN

KISHSHANA PALMER

ELAINE LOU CARTAS

Schedule

Each day will leave lots of time in between sessions for rest, networking with fellow attendees, chat, questions and answers, and community building. 

Wednesday, November 13
Thursday, November 14
Friday, November 15

Day 1: 

Assert Your Power


Session 1:  Morning Keynote No Ways Tired -Kishshana Palmer

Session 2:  Our sector is not fit for purpose: Understanding power, Seeking Accountability, and Organising for Change-Saba Shafi
Session 3: Secrets of Your Design- How to tap into your unique gifts - Mazarine Treyz
Session 4: The Gift of the Shadow and Stepping Into Your Power -Natalya Kolosowsky
Session 5: The Good Grief -Kierra Taplin

Day 2:

Bring In More Money


Session 1: Building a dedicated online community with HEART - Kishshana Palmer

Session 2: What’s App & social media trends in Fundraising NOW - Naira Bonilla
Session 3: Fundraising is not the F word: Closing major gifts in a pandemic -Christal M. Cherry
Session 4:  TBD
Session 5: Building a multiple 6-figure business during the pandemic: Going from In-Person to Virtual FAST -Elaine Lou

Day 3:

Uplevel Your Career + Life


Session 1: Keynote: Conscious Public Speaking -Marian Bacol-Uba

Session 2: Black Women's Experiences in Fundraising - Nneka Allen & Panel

Session 3: How to Bounce Back (and do 2 people's jobs at once!) -Melissa Watkins

Session 4: TBD

Session 5:  Tame the Chaos with Succession Planning -  Gloria Coleman 
DANCE PARTY!
Day 1
Assert Your Power/ Flip the Script
Wednesday, November 11
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Session 1: KEYNOTE
Kishshana Palmer

No Ways Tired:  The Case for Rest, Resilience and Resistance when the journey is long 08:00am PT-9:00am PT (11:00am ET - 12:00pm ET)
Sis, are you tired yet?

It seems like everytime you try to put down the weight of the world, there’s another bag to pick up again.

You resist rest, champion resilience in the face of pain and jump in to the resistance to fight the good fight. What you don’t do is center your care until your mind, body and soul are ill.

So In this talk, Kishshana explores what happens when you prioritize YOU and not the world around you.
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Session 2:
Saba Shafi 

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Our sector is not fit for purpose: Understanding power, Seeking Accountability, and Organising for Change
9:00am PT-10:15am PT (12:00pm ET - 01:15pm ET)

The charity sector has provided so much aid and support, but the dial rarely shifts. Something isn't working. It's time to move beyond incremental changes - another study, a new way of measuring impact, of community building. Our sector is not fit for purpose. Join me for a provocation on power in our sector and a conversation on how we hold ourselves accountable to ending the injustices we see in the world.

Takeaways
- A reminder of the roots of our sector: it's history and current structures
- Where the power lies in the sector and how that manifests in our behaviours
- What it takes to do things differently and how we take the first step
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Session 3:
Mazarine Treyz

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Human Design- Using tools for self mastery to overcome the fear of fundraising during a crisis.
11:30 am -12:45 pm PT (2:30 pm ET - 3:45 pm ET)

Do you know your unique zone of genius? Join us to learn how your hidden traits can help you succeed in fundraising and in leadership. 
Using the Human Design system and the Gene Keys, we'll discover: 
1.)  Your core strategy and the 5 types in leadership
2.)  How you can know you're using your true gifts with your Gene Keys pearl sequence
3. )  How to find the gifts hidden in your shadows- and the highest expression of those gifts!

More involved and mystical than Myers Briggs, a nice complement to the Strengthsfinder system, come and learn more about you! Get your chart beforehand and come ready with questions for this unique system.
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Session 4:
Natalya Kolosowsky
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When the Going gets Weird, the Weird get Going:Receiving the gifts of the strangest guests and using Shadow to find the Light  1:0pm PT - 2:45pm PT (4:30pm ET - 5:45pm ET)

The past year has completely re-written the terrain of our day-to-day experiences and workflows - and continues to do so. Routine tasks are suddenly 100x harder than expected, everything is simultaneously both slower and faster than it has ever been before, relationships are tested to their utmost limits, and many familiar sources of comfort are nowhere to be found. 

The beauty of the Shadow is that it has the power to unequivocally point us towards our own Light. That for which our hearts yearn for in moments of anger, grief, frustration, and despair is the compass to our some of our greatest treasures, our most inspired visions, and our deepest reservoirs of energy. 

Please join me for a conversation on the importance of radical honesty, the absolute necessity of play, and how to harness the darkness as an ally for hope, clarity, and joy in the midst of chaos. 


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Session 5:
Kierra Taplin
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The Goodness of Grief
3:00pm PT - 4:15pm PT (6:00pm ET - 7:15pm ET)

During the conference, Kierra will teach us how to find goodness in grief.

Grief is not reserved for mourning the loss of life. We experience grief after the loss of love, relationships, careers, hopes, and dreams.

Challenges during the pandemic have heightened our grief and triggered past traumas.

With the proper tools, we can name our grief, embrace our experience, and develop healthy ways to move forward.
Day 2
Bring in more money 
Thursday, November 12
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Session 1:
Kishshana Palmer

Building a Dedicated Online Community with Heart
08:00-9:00am PT (11:00am-12:00pm ET)

As the world continues to spin and we retreat back into our homes, our need for community grows.

But what does it take to grow an online community with heart?

Learn from Kishshana as she walks us through  the launch of the wildly successful Rooted Collaborative, a global community for black and brown women in the social sector and how it almost didn’t happen.  

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Session 2:
Naira Bonilla
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What’s App & social media trends in Fundraising NOW
9:00-10:15am PT (12:00pm ET - 01:15pm ET)

Are you struggling to use social media and Whatsapp to connect with supporters and donors? In this talk, Naira Bonilla, a communication expert for nonprofits, will solve all your doubts about using social media effectively to reach wider audiences and increase funding. Naira has helped global organizations like The Nature Conservancy and Climate Focus communicate with diverse communities across Latin America, in English and Spanish, and motivate people to act and donate. Join us to gain clarity on how to harness the power of social media.    

Don’t miss this talk if you want to learn:

- How to use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and WhatsApp to connect -directly with your supporters

- What platform works for you

- Trends and examples of social media use in nonprofits


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Session 3:
Christal M. Cherry
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Fundraising is not the F word: Closing Major Gifts In A Pandemic 11:30am-12:45pm PT (2:30pm ET-3:45pm ET)
The “F” word.” If there was ever a time to think it or say it, 2020 would be the year. Although fundraising has been a little crazy these past few months, we have been forced to be our most creative, innovative, and savvy selves while staying home. We have realized that -yes - we are magicians too.

Join us and find the right "F" word to assign to our work as nonprofit fundraisers - fun, fantastic, fabulous, fearless! 

Participants will:
✓ Learn the resiliency of nonprofits in times of crisis ✓ Understand major gifts fundraising by the numbers now
✓ Get a glimpse of the new major gift donor
✓ Know if their organizations are really major gifts-ready
✓ Create a bold plan to close major gifts in a pandemic
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Session 4:

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TBD. 1:30-2:45pm PT (4:30pm ET -5:45pm ET)

TBD

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Session 5:
Elaine Lou Cartas
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Building a multiple 6-figure business during the pandemic: Going from In-Person to Virtual FAST 3:00pm-4:30pm PT (6:00pm-7:30pm ET)
Want to understand how you can create an in-person experience virtually? Meet Elaine Lou Cartas, former fundraiser and grassroots organizer who is now a Business and Career Coach for Women of All Colors. Prior to the pandemic, she did monthly free in-person events with a 23% show up rate. Now she does virtual in-person events with a 47% show-up rate and a more global reach from all over the world. Even women from Philippines and Australia attend at midnight their time!

During this masterclass you will learn how Elaine has been able to leverage her virtual events to convert into clients through:

1. High Organic Touch- The personal messages and videos sent
2. What follow-up scripts she used to book calls
3. How she used email marketing and social media

If you are a consultant, you will not want to miss this. She was able to 2x her income this past year, while helping her clients hit 6-figures.
Day 3
Uplevel your Career + Become Layoff Proof!
Friday, November 13
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Session 1: 
Marian Bacol-Uba

Morning Keynote - Conscious Public Speaker: Create Impact, Influence & Income with Your Message That Matters
08:00-9:00am PT (11:00am-12:00pm ET)

Join us for an engaging talk on public speaking. Public speaking is one of the top skills to cultivate and can be beneficial to you regardless of your age and where you are in your career.

Those skills can be applied to advancing your professional career, growing your business, giving a pitch to potential investors, positioning you as an expert and so much more. Being a great communicator who is empathetic and gives value to whoever they are speaking to is also an example of a conscious leader.

Takeaways
* Why it is the best time in history to become a public speaker or incorporate speaking into your business or career
* How to identify your ideal audience and where to find them
* An easy framework that can be applied to structure your talks both in stage (in-person events) and online through the content you create is useful
* How to position yourself as an expert speaker in your niche or industry
* What tools you need to get paid engagements and increase your speaker fees

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Session 2:
Nneka Allen & Co
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Black Women's Experiences in Fundraising
9:00-10:15am PT (12:00pm ET - 01:15pm ET)

The Work of Undoing is about finding people who can identify with your joy and pain, getting together because of this commonality, and unpacking and challenging it together. Sharing our realities as Black Canadian Fundraisers is a part of that work.

Our stories unveil our individual experiences; the details of the injustice and inequity we face daily; they also reveal the depth of our individual and collective courage. We believe by sharing our stories, there is healing for us as Black women and others.


First Row, (L-R), Nneka Allen, Muthoni Kariuki, Kasharna Pusey
Second Row (L-R) Fatou Jammeh, Camila Pereira, Marva Wisdom

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Session 3:
Melissa Watkins
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How to bounce back (and do 2 people's jobs at once!)
11:30am-12:45pm PT (2:30pm ET-3:45pm ET)

Worried about getting laid off? We can’t predict if you'll get laid off but we can share tips and tools to help you weather the storm. 

Regardless of the sector, Development professionals are no strangers to uncertain times.  Public health crisis, economic downturns, PR nightmares are just a few scenarios that call upon our strength, resilience, and courage.

In this session, we'll share and examine a multitude of career strategies, from education to networking, that will allow development professionals to become indestructible against the only thing that is certain in the world - change.

You will learn:
1) How to approach continuing educational opportunities with an innovative lens

2) Ways to build your network while helping others

3) What tools & resources can help you further your career and manage more responsibilities

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Session 4: TBD

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TBD
 1:30-2:45pm PT (4:30pm ET -5:45pm ET)


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Session 5:
Gloria Coleman
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Taming the Chaos with Succession Planning
3:00pmPT - 4:30pm PT (6:00pm-7:30pm ET)

A strong nonprofit leader is critical to the success of their organization, its ability to continue providing uninterrupted services to the community, and for long term sustainability. Yet many organizations lack a succession plan to get them through leadership transitions. We'll explore 3 ways to subdue the headaches of unplanned departures for business continuity, knowledge capital, and HR risk reduction. 
You will learn:

1. To grow or let go: Succession planning strategies for your nonprofit

2. The key strategic document every organization should craft: An airtight succession plan you can lean on

3. Cultivating future transitions using 3 succession planning strategies. 

4. Despair or prepare: Don't risk falling off course in your fundraising efforts 

5. Nonprofit succession plans aren't one-size-fits-all. Learn Key Strategies to face departures.

6. An eye for organizational sustainability: Executive transition planning to shape future success.


Dance PARTY! & Happy Hour
4:15pm PT-6:00pm PT (7:15pm ET - 9:00pm ET)

Your sign-up bonuses worth $200

We’re giving our favorite select bonuses to early birds ahead of the main event. Because they’re doing us a major favor! The more people sign up early on, the easier it gets for us to bring on even better speakers and make the New Power Fundraising Conference unforgettable.

Here’s what’s you’ll get when you sign up today:

Three of the most popular talks from the last two conferences on Leadership as Liberation, Coldcalling major donors, and Decolonizing Our Nonprofits
A printable mind map to help you dream big for your future!
Editable comprehensive spreadsheet to track your progress in your career (aside from money raised!) to help you get that next raise or polish your resume!
Love from leaders

The Summit was exceptional. Thank you so much for organizing such a wealth of top notch talent. Everything was seamless and autographed with excellence and professionalism."

- Judith Perrin, CFRE, MBA 

“This summit has been huge for me. It is not overstating to say that the knowledge I gained here will not only influence my organization for months and years to come, but everything I do as a nonprofit professional.”

- Hilary Dalton 

"I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful Nonprofit leadership Summit. It has been really eye opening for me and a true motivational kick in the bum for us to really start doing this more professionally and more efficiently! :) We will be looking forward to next years summit!" 

- Sarah Williams, General manager / The Ara Project

Register Now & Step into your power

If the cost of the summit is a barrier, please let us know your situation (email info@wildwomanfundraising.com), and we can figure it out. 

PLUS THE RECORDINGS!

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Weds, November 11th - Fri November 13
8AM PT- 5pm PT (11AM ET - 8pm ET)
  • 30
    DAYS
  • 10
    HOURS
  • 49
    MINUTES
  • 48
    SECONDS

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Phone: 1 (503) 673-3863

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