The nonprofit sector needs more Prospect Development and Advancement Services representation at the senior leadership table in order to thrive in the era of data, artificial intelligence and precision and it is up to us to simultaneously demonstrate and fill this need. With advances in artificial intelligence technologies, we stand on the precipice of being able to engage with each and every constituent in our database in a personalized fashion that will drastically enhance the donor experience and in turn inspire more giving.
Do you want to be empowered to take control over your career and get out of reactive mode? Do you want your organization to raise more money and fulfill its mission? Do you want to ensure that your work has the greatest impact? Do you want your voice to be heard? Do you want to be an influencer with a seat at the table? Do you want to have more, and better relationships with your colleagues? Do you want to know how to implement artificial intelligence into your program?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, this session is for you. This talk will guide you on how to fine-tune your work and build a Precision Prospect Development program that will get you invited to a seat of influence at your organization.
Nathan Fay is a leading figure in the nonprofit industry and currently serves as Associate Vice President of Prospect Development at City of Hope, one of the nation’s top National Cancer Institutes. Previously, he spent over 11 years in various roles at Stanford University, including 7 years as Director of Data Analytics and Prospect Research for the Children’s Hospital.
In addition, Nathan is a sought-after speaker in management philosophy, business intelligence and artificial intelligence. He is a scholar of philosophical systems with an emphasis on applying philosophy and technology to create a more socially just society.
He coined the term “Precision Philanthropy” to refer to a future-state, cybernetic structure, that utilizes artificial intelligence technologies to dramatically enhance efficiency in the nonprofit sector. Nathan is the author of Precision Prospect Development. He currently serves on the Artificial Intelligence in Advancement Advisory Council.