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Moves Management Strategies
to Strengthen Your Major Gifts Program

Moves management, a concept developed by David Dunlop, former Cornell University senior development officer, is described as “changing people’s attitudes so that they want to give.” While we may all be familiar with this concept, it takes practice and time to truly understand and effectively carry out each step. In this session we will be joined by Betsy Rubinstein, Development Director for Habitat for Humanity Chicago, who will recognize and describe the five phases of major donor moves management, as well as identify takeaways that can be implemented at your organization. We hope you can join us!

Date: Thursday, July 21, 2022

Time: 1:00-2:00 p.m.

Location:   Virtual Zoom Meeting

AFP Members & Students (with valid student ID) – FREE
Non-Members – $25.00

More about our Speaker:

Betsy Rubinstein, MA is the Development Director for Habitat for Humanity Chicago. She has been working with nonprofit organizations in the housing, human services, legal, and healthcare sectors for 13 years. Betsy has proven skills in major gifts, grant writing, corporate and foundation relations, campaigns, special events, prospect research, board relations, strategic and operational planning, program development and implementation, and project management. Prior to her role at Habitat Chicago, Betsy was a Major Gifts Officer of the Midwest Region for Lambda Legal, an Associate Director at CCS Fundraising, as well as a Development Project Manager at Heartland Alliance.

Betsy served as Board Chair for Chicago Women’s Health Center, a feminist health center dedicated to providing comprehensive and affordable healthcare to women and transgender people and was the Co-Chair of the LBTQ Giving Council of Chicago Foundation for Women. She was a 2020 Fundraising for Good Leadership Network participant, a 2018 Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Chicago Chapter Chamberlain Scholar, and a 2017 AFP Chicago Fellow. Betsy was recognized by the Windy City Times as a “30 Under 30” awardee in 2013 and by The L Stop as one of the “Top Ten Chicago Lesbians to Look Out For” in 2012.

Betsy holds an MA in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago and a BA in Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis.

This event will be approved for 1.0 CFRE Credits.




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