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Who’s doing the most exciting things in fundraising? Who’s thinking about things from a completely different angle? The RAISE podcast aims to find out. Brought to you by EverTrue, each episode goes in depth with the people changing advancement. Tune in and get inspired.

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Who’s doing the most exciting things in fundraising? Who’s thinking about things from a completely different angle? The RAISE podcast aims to find out. Brought to you by EverTrue, each episode goes in depth with the people changing advancement. Tune in and get inspired.

    Striving for 100% Participation

    Striving for 100% Participation

    Laura Day, Director of Annual Giving at Williams College, joins Brent Grinna on this episode of the RAISE podcast. Williams boasts one of the highest participation rates in the US. Six years into her tenure, Laura is constantly asking how to improve and is striving for 100% participation. She is an active participant in the Schuler initiative to increase young alumni engagement, and she will share the impact of that work. Laura is also a member of EverTrue’s inaugural 40 under 40 class.

    • 1 Std. 12 Min.
    The "Nice" Grice

    The "Nice" Grice

    On this episode, Brent speaks with EverTrue 40 under 40 winner, John Grice. John is the Director of the Annual Fund at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. John is at the forefront of developing new strategies and tactics to improve mid-level philanthropic outcomes by better personalizing the giving experience. They’ll discuss how he launched one of the advancement sector’s first Digital Gift Officer programs, and why he sees diversity and inclusion as a critical priority in this sector. 

    • 1 Std. 1 Min.
    Why "Net Worth" Became a Bad Word

    Why "Net Worth" Became a Bad Word

    Arup Banerjee, CEO of Windfall joins Brent Grinna on the RAISE podcast. EverTrue and Windfall recently announced a partnership to bring net worth calculations and dozens of capacity indicators into TrueView profiles. Arup and Brent chat about the evolution of wealth data, how Windfall is changing the game for higher-ed, and how Arup started his entrepreneurial journey. It has something to do with the Ecuadorian Embassy and an innovative 14 year old. 

    • 42 Min.
    Taking a Leap of Faith

    Taking a Leap of Faith

    Nico Karagosian is CEO of the Ohio University Foundation. Ohio is one of the oldest public institutions in the US and now has one of the youngest foundation CEOs. Nico took a leap of faith when he applied to the job at Ohio and it paid off. He was hired to bring the institution out of the 80s, and he’ll share exactly how he’s working to do that. His story of passion and purpose should inspire everyone striving to make an impact at their institution. Nico is hiring. Learn more at: ohiouniversityjobs.com

    • 36 Min.
    From Stock Market Crashes to Crushing Goals

    From Stock Market Crashes to Crushing Goals

    On this episode, we’re joined by Jim Husson, Boston College’s SVP of University Advancement. Early in Jim’s career, he ran a phone-a-thon the night of one of the largest stock market crashes, which ended up raising more money than any other phone-a-thon. That formative experience shaped how he measures success and how he interacts with every donor.

    • 51 Min.
    The Original Digital Gift Officer

    The Original Digital Gift Officer

    We've been calling Keith Hannon the Original Digital Gift Officer for years. In this episode of the podcast, Brent sits down with him to breakdown the philosophy and approach Keith takes towards fundraising that led us to give him that nickname. With storytelling and personal touches at the heart of everything Keith does, it's clear to us that his approach, which has often been considered an anomaly, should instead be the standard.

    • 1 Std. 3 Min.

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