JEDI (Justice, equity, diversity, inclusion) is not just about race, is not just about who we serve, it is about all of us as fundraising staff, as vendors, as volunteers, and as donors. This session will explore key themes of activation for organizations and event leaders to own in their own organizational JEDI journey.
Using the JEDI model implemented by Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America, Deb will take the attendees through the strategies and practical approaches used by BBBS. This session is a MUST SEE for any fundraiser looking to explore, learn, or implement inclusion practices into their organization and fundraising.
- Actionable steps to begin your own JEDI-focused initiatives.
- Understand JEDI and your personal role in the work.
- Real examples of tactical actions a group can take now.
Big Brother Big Sisters of America, Chief Development Officer
For over two decades, Deb has lead diverse, multi-affiliate, national fundraising and revenue generating initiatives for worthy charitable causes across the nation, including MDA and March of Dimes, as well as local and regional causes. Her focus is to activate data-responsive, donor-centric nonprofit teams to create record-setting events, cultivate major donors and innovate corporate collaborations in support of the organization’s mission by leading a team with passion and purpose to foster partnership and volunteer engagement for the mission.