Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 24, 2009
Development Dialogues announces its spring conference "Prospect Research for Health Care: A Prescription for Success" will be held in the Washington D.C. area April 22-24, 2009.
The three day workshop will provide participants with an overview of the prospect development process and how to use the latest research tools and techniques for success in your organization. The session will include a special emphasis on trends, data mining, building a prospect pool, data analysis, prospect screening and many other important issues facing healthcare organizations and other nonprofits.
The faculty includes four prominent national experts:
David Lawson, co-founder of WorkingPhilanthropypFundraising.com and one of the foremost authorities on prospect research.
Elizabeth McHugh, a consultant and former Vice President for Prospect Research at Scottsdale Health Care Foundation. She is a frequent speaker at APRA and other national meetings.
Joshua Birkholz, today's leading expert in data mining and fundraising analytics. A partner at Bentz Whaley Flessner, he is author of the book "Fundraising Analytics."
Sarah Choi Dunn, Senior Research Special at Baptist Health Foundation in Jacksonville, Florida and a frequent speaker at prospect research workshops.
"This is going to be a very exciting seminar," said David Lawson in regard to the seminar he will participate in. "The faculty members are outstanding professionals and have been highly successful in serving major healthcare organizations."
About Development Dialogues:
Development Dialogues provides professional seminars for development officers and senior fundraisers working in the health care and nonprofit sectors. Expert fundraising professionals from academic medical centers, major hospitals, and leading international healthcare organizations share their expertise to bring participants the best practices in fundraising. Our goal is to help fundraisers develop their talents and align skills with their organization's objectives and needs. Seminars are conducted in a small group format and are designed to provide participants with the opportunity to dialogue with experts and colleagues from across the industry.
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