Be Intentional: Building a Resource Development Plan

  • December 17, 2019
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar

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About the Webinar

Whether you're a one-person show or part of a larger team, your best work will flow from a coordinated fundraising approach.  Annual fund, major gift and capital or comprehensive campaign programs are all mutually reinforcing, but without good planning and integration you might be sub-optimizing your results.  In this session, we'll discuss how sound resource development planning can advance your organization's fundraising outcomes.


About the Speakers

Peter G. Kelly, President
Boston Latin School Association, Boston, MA


Peter is president of the Boston Latin School Association, a foundation supporting the oldest public school (and largest in the Boston Public Schools district) in the United States.  Prior to joining the BLSA in 2009, he held a variety of positions at the Boston University Questrom School of Business, including:  Director of Graduate Admissions & Financial Aid; Assistant Dean for Corporate Relations; and, Assistant Dean for Development & Alumni Relations.  His professional background also includes stints with J. Robert Scott, a wholly owned executive search subsidiary of Fidelity Investments and Clark University as well as early career years as a social worker and as a teacher in Madrid, Spain.  A graduate of Lawrence University (WI) and the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University, he has been involved in the alumni and fundraising affairs of all three schools from which he proudly (even if you’ve never heard of them ) graduated.  When he is not working on behalf of the boundlessly talented children of Boston or his own household, Peter can be found playing tennis, watching tennis, working on his fitness or eating brownies. Or you might also find him buried in the work of the Newton Cemetery & Arboretum where he serves as Vice Chair of the Board.


Nicole Dumas, Director of Alumni Engagement & Philanthropy
Boston Latin School Association, Boston, MA


Leveraging over twenty years’ experience in corporate sales and relationship management, notably with Fidelity Investments, she is responsible for strategically cultivating, soliciting and stewarding prospective donors to advance the mission of Boston Latin School and the Association. Among her duties is leading 25th reunion class fundraising, stewarding the BLSA’s Black Alumni Advisory Committee and creating affinity-based networks to enhance alumni engagement.  She also serves on the board of Women in Development of Greater Boston, and is co-chair of the Membership Committee.  



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