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Ready to Run 2022: Fundraising for Success: Part 2
March 18, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Using storytelling, listening, and relationship-building skills, anyone can successfully raise money. Fundraising expert Nancy Bocskor will teach participants how to build and utilize these skills to successfully make the “ask.”
FREE – registration required.
About the Speaker:
Nancy Bocskor, tagged a “Democracy Coach” by a major German newspaper, teaches citizens in the United States and internationally how to communicate with passion to affect change in their communities.
Nancy recently served as Interim Executive Director of the Public Leadership Education Network, a nationwide organization that trains college women for leadership in public policy positions in government, corporations, and associations. Chosen as “Mentor of the Year” in 2017 by PLEN for her work advising college women interested in careers in public service, Nancy is a member of their national board.
Nancy is the former Director of the Center for Women in Politics & Public Policy at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX, where she launched its programs to promote civic engagement and leadership in public service, and created a gallery celebrating the history of women leaders from Texas. She also secured a partnership with Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s legacy project, www.iCivics.org to promote civic education; iCivics developed a specific game and curriculum about Texas state government for all school students.
The author of “Go Fish: How to Catch (and Keep) Contributors: A Practical Guide to Fundraising,” Nancy Bocskor is an adjunct professor at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management where she teaches both online and classroom fundraising courses.
Nancy is also on the board for Running Start, an organization that encourages young women to run for office, an advisor for Veteran’s Campaign, a program that encourages Veterans to enter public service, and serves on the board of the LBJ Women’s Campaign School at the University of Texas. She also served on the board of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale for seven years, where she chaired the school’s Curriculum Committee for five years.