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11:30:00 AM - Networking
11:50:00 AM - 1:00:00 PM - Luncheon Program : Building a Major Gifts Shop from the Ground Up (After 97 Years of Service!)
||Jessica Trudeau and Tania Loenneker (Momentus Institute)
Building a Major Gifts Shop from the Ground Up (After 97 Years of Service!)
This presentation will guide
attendees through the Momentous Institute's establishment of an
externally-facing development effort after 93 years of existing as an
internally-facing organization. Now, five years into the campaign, the
development effort has raised more than 16 million in pledges and gifts.
Critical elements for success were to focus first on building relationships,
elevating the research conducted by the agency to clearly demonstrate efficacy
of programming, and emphasizing the collective impact of partnerships that lead
to sustainable change and a healthy community.
Arlington Hall at Lee Park
3333 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
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Trudeau, MPH, is the Director
of Development and Strategic Partnerships of the Momentous Institute. She has
worked in the field of public health including unintentional injury, HIV/AIDS
and child abuse prevention for over 17 years, including service as the
Executive Director of Family Compass. She graduated from Louisiana State
University with a Bachelor's of Science in Microbiology and Tulane University
with a Master's in Public Health.
Tania Loenneker is the Associate Director of Development at the
Momentous Institute. She came to the Institute in 2013 to advance its mission
and vision of developing social emotional health in children. Previously, she
worked in the field of domestic violence, providing assistance and advocacy to
survivors in the criminal justice system, and was active in efforts to improve
the community response to violence against women. Tania received a Bachelor of
Arts in Psychology from The City College of New York and has 20 years of grant
writing and management experience.