Creating a Culturally Relevant #ILGive Campaign

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 -
11:00am to 12:00pm CDT
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Operating nonprofits and social sector professionals. 

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#ILGive for Giving Tuesday is Tuesday, December 1!
Get ready to rally your community by participating in this webinar conversation designed for nonprofits that have culturally diverse donors and supporters. We’ll hear practitioner stories and lessons around campaigns that spanned cultural lines and discuss strategies on creating an authentic experience for your diverse donor audience.
Our panel features: 
Theresa Lipo
Theresa Lipo is a resource development and philanthropy consultant with more than 25 years of experience serving Chicago area nonprofits and foundations.  As both a funder and development practitioner, she has worked extensively to help small to mid-sized community-based organizations identify and shape a fundraising plan and infrastructure that builds diverse sources of support from both within and outside of the community.
Eric B. Lugo
In 2015, Eric B. Lugo launched Conciencia Ventures LLC, an innovative practice with a mission to connect entrepreneurial and creative strategy to the social impact sector. Before creating Conciencia, Eric held the role of Vice President in Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co., where he was responsible for the local implementation and communication of the global philanthropic strategy including $15.8 million in grant-making and special project activities in Illinois and Minnesota. Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Eric held the position of Senior Development Officer at Instituto del Progreso Latino, a leading workforce development, education, and civic organization in the city of Chicago, where he played a transformative role in the institution’s growth including raising nearly $15 million in new private and public revenue.
Padma Tumuluri
Padma Tumuluri is a community relations consultant with diverse and extensive experiences in the nonprofit sector; she is an entrepreneurial “jill-of-all-trades” in communications, grantmaking (focused on giving circles), organizational development, strategic partnerships and volunteer/client relations. She has served as the co-chair of the Asian Giving Circle (AGC)—a volunteer-led, donor-advised fund (affiliated with the Chicago Community Trust) focused on increasing funding for the Chicago metro area’s Asian communities; she is a past Board Member/committee Co-Chair for Chicago Women in Philanthropy (CWIP). 
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