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September 21, 2017 | Research Based Methods for Engaging Patients and Volunteers as Major Gift Donor

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  • Dawn Moore

    With more than a decade of experience in all aspects of fund development, Dawn Moore has successfully directed and managed development assessments, campaign feasibility studies, comprehensive major gift campaigns and board governance trainings across a variety of sectors – education, health and human services, arts and culture, animal welfare, civic and religious organizations.

    As a Vice President with LCG since 2011, Dawn combines her extensive knowledge of major gifts fundraising and training, board and donor cultivation and stewardship, with more than 20 years of experience in the medical, scientific instrument, and systems management design industries where she counseled private and government clients with their marketing, communications, organizational and system development needs. Her depth of experience in fund development and in addressing systems, technology, communications, personnel recruitment and management training make her particularly adept at understanding the unique challenges of today’s nonprofits.

    Dawn earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration-Marketing from California State University, Sacramento. She also completed post-graduate studies at University of California, Davis, in instructional design, facilitation skills, training management, organizational development, and needs assessment and evaluation.

  • Jennifer Alpert

    Jennifer brings more than 25 years of experience to her clients in the areas of management, major gifts and campaign fundraising, outcomes measures, marketing and public relations, and business development.

    Prior to joining Lester Consulting Group, Inc., Jennifer owned an independent consulting firm for nearly a decade and built three other successful companies in the nonprofit and for-­‐‑profit sectors.

    Jennifer has served a diverse array of clients in health care, human services, science and technology, higher education, and the arts. She brings her entrepreneurial skills and social enterprise experience to assist her clients in effectively and creatively addressing the challenges they face.

    Her experience spans every organizational size, from large national organizations and regional healthcare foundations, to grassroots organizations, as well as multiple startup operations. Health care, science, and technology have been a consistent theme in Jennifer’s career, from serving with a national cancer organization to a hands-­‐‑on science museum, to Executive Director of Mercy Foundation (now part of Dignity Health) and leading CareLex, where she published the CareLex eTMF Terminology in the National Cancer Institute’s Thesaurus.

    She is a founding investor and board member of a company serving the health care industry. She also operationalized a foundation to support the critical mission of a nationally recognized nonprofit organization creating jobs for people with disabilities. Jennifer has served in a variety of volunteer roles to advance the missions of organizations serving her community, from healthcare, to youth-­centered and faith-­based organizations.

    Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Science degree from University of California, Davis and a foreign student language program certificate from the University of Graz, Austria. She completed the Institute For Charitable Giving’s major gifts program and the Crescendo Planned Giving training.

September 21, 2017
Thu 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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