January 31 Educational Program - Life Balance: Managing Work and Life as a Professional Fundraiser

It's possible to create a bold fundraising plan and still have time to see a movie with your bestie.


Life Balance: Managing Work and Life as a Professional Fundraiser

Thursday, January 31, 2019
8:00 – 8:30 a.m. Registration & Networking
8:30 – 10:00 a.m. Program

Campbell & Company 
Park Place Building | 1200 6th Avenue, 6th Flr | Seattle, WA 98101

$30 Members | $45 Non-members | $55 Walk-ins

Featuring

Asa Tate, Advancement Northwest President
Elizabeth Castleberry, Advancement Northwest Immediate Past President

When your professional life depends on strong relationships and face time, how do you achieve your goals while still maintaining personal friendships and making it home for dinner? Being excellent at your job does not mean you need to be available 24/7. You can land that major gift, grow your fundraising program, and still get to the gym.

Join us for a conversation to discuss how you can best achieve a work-life balance that fulfills your professional goals and also nurtures your personal life.

Asa Tate, AFP Advancement Northwest President and Senior Director, Mission Advancement at Make-A-Wish Washington & Alaska, and Elizabeth "Beth" Castleberry, Immediate Past President and Executive Director of the King County Library System Foundation will lead the discussion. These two accomplished professionals will share their stories, insights, and ideas to help you in setting intentions and meeting goals for 2019.

You will learn strategies for time management, evaluating opportunities, and emotional balance in addition to tactics to achieve your 2019 goals.

    

 
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