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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
May 2018 Luncheon
The May 2018 Luncheon will be on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.
11:30:00 AM - Networking
11:50:00 AM - 1:00:00 PM - Luncheon Program : How Young Professional Fundraisers Are Improving Lives in Dallas
|Guest Speakers:||Robert Taylor, Thackeray Partners; Stephanie Giddens, Vickery Trading Company; Maria Eichhold, In My Shoes, Sheridan Joslin, Dini Partners, Moderator|
How Young Professional Fundraisers Are Improving Lives in Dallas
from under-40 nonprofit founders/fundraisers who are up-and-coming leaders working to improve the future of Dallas, and who inspire their peers to make a difference. Hear how their passion guided them in starting their nonprofits and what they have learned along this entrepreneurial journey. A Q&A will follow. The takeaway will be networking, collaboration and inspiration. Bring a millennial colleague to this meeting!
Learn from under-40 nonprofit founders/fundraisers who are up-and-coming leaders working to improve the future of Dallas, and who inspire their peers to make a difference. Hear how their passion guided them in starting their nonprofits and what they have learned along this entrepreneurial journey. A Q&A will follow. The takeaway will be networking, collaboration and inspiration. Bring a millennial colleague to this meeting!
Arlington Hall at Lee Park
3333 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
Online registration for this luncheon has closed. You can still make reservations by fax or mail on a space-available basis by downloading the reservation form. (For security purposes we urge you NOT to email this interactive PDF form with your credit card number on it back to us. Instead, please snail mail, fax to 972-490-4219, or print out and scan before sending with your credit card information.)
Robert Taylor is an asset manager at Thackeray Partners, a real estate private equity firm based in Dallas, Texas. Robert is also the founder and executive director of The Educator Collective, a professional community made up of teachers from across Dallas-Fort Worth. TEC memberships are offered free of charge and provide educators with opportunities to grow in three areas of focus: community, development, and leadership. He also serves on the boards of directors for the Trinity Christian Academy Alumni Association and the West Dallas Community School Young Professionals, and was a 2015 Leadership ISD fellow. Robert graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012 and received degrees in finance and Plan II honors.
Stephanie Giddens is president and founder of Vickery Trading Company, a children's clothing company that empowers refugee women by offering employment training, cultural assimilation classes and transitional income. The clothes are handmade in Dallas, Texas by refugees from across the globe, and the company's non-profit structure allows it to return funds to programs benefitting refugees. Stephanie was previously a private equity coordinator with BankCap Partners, co-founder and chair of Polish Ministries, and a health services specialist with Head Start. She graduated from Texas A&M University and then earned a master of theology degree from the Dallas Theological Seminary.
Maria Eichhold is co-founder and executive director of In My Shoes, a Dallas-based non-profit that provides a safe, welcoming community for pregnant women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. A native Ohioan who grew up in a suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana, she played basketball at The College of Mount St. Joseph (Cincinnati) where she earned her bachelor's degree in social work. She then went on to complete a master's in social work from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in 2009. Also in 2009, Maria began to work for a house of hospitality for pregnant women in need of support called Maggie's Place in Phoenix, AZ, where she lived with pregnant and homeless women for two years. This is where Maria started to truly understand the importance of authentic relationships to help women heal from past trauma and unhealthy relationships.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
CFRE Refresher Course
Friday, June 15, 2018
2018 DFW Philanthropy in Action Conference
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
August 2018 Luncheon — TBD
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
September 2018 Luncheon — TBD
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
October 2018 Luncheon — TBD
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