are one of the largest demographics in today’s society – they are born
between 1980 and 1995, and are the focus of much speculation and confusion.
Their emergence is providing an opportunity for organizations to develop new
ways to interact with their employees and engage with donors. This webinar will focus on principles and
examples for leaders to follow in their own organizations as they work with,
and prepare for an influx of, millennials. These principles and examples will
be applicable in interactions with donors, and in building relationships with
Manager of Major Giving, United Way of the Alberta
Capital Region Dominic is the Manager
of Major Giving with the United Way of the Alberta Capital Region, and provides
internal support for their local GenNext initiative. Previously, Dominic was
the coordinator of the University Hospital Foundation’s Brain Centre Campaign.
He entered the philanthropic sector after more than five years working in
provincial politics, including time working for an opposition leader and for the
Chief Opposition Whip at the Alberta Legislature.
A strong believer in
civic participation, Dominic was appointed to the Edmonton Historical Board by
Edmonton City Council and is currently Chair of the Outreach Committee, which
works to promote public engagement and awareness of heritage concerns and
Edmonton’s architectural heritage.
In 2017, Dominic was
selected to join the Global Shapers Community, an initiative of the World
Economic Forum that brings together young leaders from around the world with a
drive to make a contribution in their communities.
He is completing a
Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Alberta with a double major in Human
Geography and Art History, and in his spare time is an active volunteer with
arts, culture, and heritage organizations in Edmonton.
Christy Holtby, CFRE Vice President, University Hospital Foundation As Vice President at the
University Hospital Foundation, Christy is a philanthropic leader with a
passion for healthcare and innovation. For nine years she has helped to
accelerate innovation and excellence at the University of Alberta Hospital
site. In her leadership role, Christy is building UHF’s department of Strategic
Partnerships facilitating Public Private Philanthropic Partnerships (P4) to
help translate Alberta’s innovations into solutions that impact the health of
all Albertans. Prior to this role, she established the Edmonton Branch of the Leukemia
& Lymphoma Society of Canada and worked in development and health promotion
with the Arthritis Society and the Ontario Lung Association. Passionate about the role of sports and coaching in leadership and
development for youth, Christy recently completed two terms on the board of
directors for KidSport Edmonton and established Ladies and Littles – an event
to introduce sport to mothers and children. She has previously held volunteer
board roles with the Association of Fundraising Professionals Edmonton Chapter
and is a founder of Ladies on the Green in support of the Zebra Child
Protection Centre. She presents at local, national and international conferences for the
Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Association of Healthcare
Philanthropy, of which she is also a member. Serving as a volunteer with Mayor
Don Iveson’s Health City Initiative, Christy has spoken at the City of Edmonton
Health Summit and the Mayor’s Summit for Economic Development. Christy holds
her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University.
May 7, 2019
Tue 2:00 PM EDT