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So Many Hats, So Many Titles: Decoding job titles

Meet other Young Professionals and students from the UC Collegiate Chapter for happy hour and a networking event with a discussion about how to hack the search for your next fundraising job.

This event hosted by AFP Cincinnati and the UC Collegiate Chapter:

Where: Clifton Cultural Arts Center
2728 Short Vine St
Cincinnati, OH  45219

When: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 5:30-7:30

5:30-6:00 Networking
6:00-7:00 Keynote
7:00-7:30 Q&A

Cost: FREE. Light refreshments provided This event is open to AFP members and those looking to join.

A Young Professional (YP) is anyone under 40, or in the fundraising industry less than 7 years. The AFP Cincinnati chapter’s YP membership is approximately 300+ fundraisers.
The UC Collegiate Chapter is for UC students who have an interest in learning about and/or working in the non-profit sector. If your organization is searching for student interns, co-ops, etc., we invite you to bring information to share with UC students!
Meet the panelists:

Mike Weinberg, Director of Volunteers, Ronald McDonald

Mike Weinberg became the Director of Volunteers at Ronald McDonald House in August 2015, joining them after an impressive career in marketing and public relations in which he applied his expertise in project management and creative writing to design and implement innovative campaigns.

Mike chaired several outside fundraising events that raised over $400,000 to help care for Ronald McDonald’s guest families. Mike was a 2016 “Forty Under 40” award recipient and received his degree in Communications and Writing from Columbia College in Chicago.

Lauren Jones, Inclusive Giving Advisor, Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Lauren is a dynamic engagement professional with success in campaign management, relationship and capacity building. She held previous leadership positions with the Women’s Fund, Public Allies, YWCA, United Way, and Organizing for America.

Ashlie Lyons, Community Engagement Officer, Bethesda Foundation

As the Community Engagement Manager for the Bethesda Foundation, Ashlie supports all levels of large-scale projects, including a robust Corporate Partnership Program, communication and stewardship strategies and leads the Events & Communications team.As the Community Engagement Manager for the Bethesda Foundation, Ashlie supports all levels of large-scale projects, including a robust Corporate
As a team, the Foundation develops and implements strategies to engage loyal donors and encourage meaningful giving for Bethesda Hospitals, Hospice of Cincinnati, and Fernside: A Center for Grieving Children.

Emily Eskridge, Chief Financial Officer, Community Matters / Education Matters

Emily worked in the nonprofit sector for 6 years before joining the team at Education Matters in 2008. Her belief in complete transparency in the non-profit sector makes her one of the strongest professionals in non-profit finance.