Speaker: Tiffany Albright – Modern fundraising is a minefield. With more tools than every, more potential audiences than ever, and seemingly less time than ever, how are you supposed to decide where to put your resources? Peer-to-peer fundraising tools and platforms have been lauded as a quick and easy way to engage current supporters and find new one. During this session, we’ll cut through the hype share how the North Carolina Theatre Conference engages their board and supporters in an annual peer-to-peer campaign, and lessons they’ve learned over the past four years. You’ll learn whether this style of fundraising is right for you, where they fit in an overall development plan, and how to apply these lessons to your next campaign.
Tiffany is a director, producer, and writer based in Greensboro, NC. She has worked both as a freelance artist and staff member with organizations like the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Communities in Schools, and Triad Stage. She now serves at the Marketing Manager for the North Carolina Theater Conference. Her primary interests are in expanding arts access for all audiences and in finding ways to more closely align not-for-profit arts organizations with the needs of their communities.