Committee Volunteers are at the heart of AFP’s work
We fulfill our promise to provide exceptional experiences, a vibrant community, and essential tools – only as a result of the time and knowledge volunteered by members like you who serve your colleagues and further the fundraising profession.
Want to learn more or sign up for a committee? Elise Hyder email@example.com (513)233-4729
IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) Committee:
Recruits new members from diverse backgrounds; establishes a program for involvement in the chapter, including educational opportunities; ensures accessibility at chapter events; organizes annual chapter event to promote diversity.
Lead, Board Member: Dolores Dodson
National Philanthropy Day Committee:
Coordinates annual celebratory luncheon that recognizes and pays tribute to people active in the philanthropic community. This fundraising event recognizes local nonprofit donors and volunteers as well as presents awards in the following categories: Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year (individual, corporation or foundation), Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy or Outstanding Volunteer of the Year.
Lead, Board Member: Lauren Frooman
Publicizes chapter events to media, chapter newsletter and website calendar; provides photography for membership directory, newsletter and archives.
Lead, Board Member: Chad Martin
Manage chapter donations to the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy.
Lead, Board Member: Michelle Harpenau, CFRE
Increases new membership and renews lapsed members through awareness of membership benefits; monitors member satisfaction; conducts orientation sessions for new and prospective members; coordinates member social gatherings.
Lead, Board Member: Bethany Doverspike
Publicizes scholarship opportunities to the chapter, reviews applications, and determines and notifies scholarship winners.
Lead, Board Member: Jackie Baumgartner
Senior Network of Advancement Professionals (SNAP) Committee:
This group is for senior-level AFP members who are committed to advancing the profession of development through networking and education, and who have demonstrated a strong, positive commitment to the philanthropic community and the development profession. AFP members invited to join SNAP have a minimum of 20 years’ experience in a fundraising/development role.
Strategic Planning & Leadership Development Committee:
Develops strategic plan for the Greater Cincinnati AFP chapter and organizes the annual strategy session during the summer/fall. Works with all committee chairs to update the goal tracking for each strategic objective.
Lead, Board Member: Rebecca Vachon, CFRE
UC Collegiate Committee:
Our mission at UC is simple: educate our student peers about the impact of philanthropy on campus, expose others to the field of fundraising/university advancement, and serve as a resource to enhance philanthropic activities occurring on campus.
Lead, Board Member: Jarrod Williams