Ohio Prospect Research Network
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OPRN 2024 Annual Conference

OPRN Back to Basics-Forward to the Future

Friday, May 3rd 

 The Columbus Zoo & Aquarium – Africa Event Center, Columbus

Paving the Way to a Brighter Future: Standardizing Collaboration

Lindsay Nadeau, Vice President of Data, Insight, and Campaigns at UNICEF, USA

Lindsey Nadeau is vice president of data, insight, and campaigns at UNICEF USA, where she guides the philanthropy division toward data-driven decision-making and automation across campaign planning, prospect research, relationship management, analytics, gift processing, and record management. She previously held advancement services roles at The George Washington University, the Center for American Progress, The American University, and Public Citizen. Lindsey is Secretary of Apra International’s board of directors. She is the former president of Apra Metro DC and chaired Apra International’s 2020 Prospect Development conference. She previously chaired aasp’s Prospect Development Best Practices committee, co-chaired CASE’s Prospect Development conference, and contributed to CASE’s 2023 book Advancement Strategies: A Reference Guide for Advancement Services Professionals, 4th Edition. She is an instructor of Relationship Management: Data, Policy, Insight at Rice University’s Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership and serves on iWave’s Advisory Counsel. Lindsey holds a BA in economics from The American University.

How many people have left a job because the culture was unsuitable? Culture matters. It can make or break teams and even an organization. How we leverage our tech stack, information, and analytics is just as important as how we maximize our human stack. But as team members and leaders, have you taken the time to define your culture? Outlining what to expect and what is expected is a critical step to facilitating collaboration within prospect development and how you show up with leadership, the frontline, and technical partners. This keynote will outline basic approaches to formalizing collaboration to lay the foundation for future success.

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