March 10, 2020 “Your Next Donor is Already in Your Database. Really? Where?” & “Major Gift Officers & Data Pros: Can We All Just Get Along?”

March Education Program Announcement

Open to the Central Ohio Nonprofit Community  

 Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Session 1:
“Your Next Donor is Already in Your Database.   Really? Where?

Session 2:
Major Gift Officers & Data Pros: Can We All Just Get Along?”

Regina Alhassan, Founder, ResearchPRO, LLC

10:45 – 11:00  Registration Session 1
11:00 – Noon  Session 1 Program
Noon – 12:45 PM  Lunch Session
12:45 PM -1:45 PM  Session 2 Program

Please register for either or both of the sessions. Lunchtime will be for networking.


Session 1 Program

11:00 AM – noon
Session 1 ProgramCFRE Approved 1.0 Credit
Your Next Donor is Already in Your Database. Really? Where?

It’s true, your best donors are already in your database. Great. So, who are they? How much could they give? And, what if your database is a bit of a beast? A professional fundraiser’s successful relationship management demands a viable donor pipeline. Additionally, the role of prospect development is to feed that pipeline. This session will explore common ways that many organizations actually opt out of prospect development and easy ways to opt in to building a robust pipeline.

You will learn how to assess your current prospecting practices and learn practical tips that you can easily apply to your database to improve prospect identification and moves management. Find your next best donor!

Regina Alhassan

ResearchPRO, LLC



Session 2 Program

12:45 PM – 1:45PM 
Session 2 ProgramCFRE Approved 1.0 Credit
“Major Gift Officers & Data Pros: Can We All Just Get Along?”

We share the same mission and we all love big gifts. But, too often, gift officers and prospect development teams find themselves at odds, passing the proverbial side eye across the strategy table. This interactive workshop offers space to candidly confront this disconnect and identify strategies to create a culture of collaboration, inclusion and equity among colleagues.

In this session you will actively learn how to identify real-life solutions for improving working relationships across the advancement team. This is for members or both small and large development shops.

Regina Alhassan

ResearchPRO, LLC

The Boat House
679 W Spring Street (Confluence Park)
Columbus, OH 43215
Registration Fee:
$25 for AFP Members
$45 for Guests
Buffet lunch
RSVP Deadline is Thursday, March 5 at Noon
To RSVP you must register online in advance.Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Cancellations received in writing by the RSVP deadline are eligible for a full refund.  Cancellations received after the deadline will not be eligible for refunds but you may send a substitute guest.
PRESENTER: Regina AlhassanFounder of ResearchPRO, LLC, Regina Alhassan is a prospect research and management consultant helping non-profit leaders find tomorrow’s donors today. With total dollars identified exceeding $1 Billion, Regina has specialized in major gift campaigns and relationship strategy for a

spectrum of organizations across Central Ohio including The Ohio State University, Ohio History Connection, I Am Boundless, Columbus Academy and Heal Her Foundation. Her 20 years in prospect development includes software development, end user training, leadership consulting, knowledge management, systems management and development operations. On the board for Central Ohio Association of Fundraising Professionals, Regina chairs the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access committee. She is also past President of Ohio Prospect Research Network, Chapter Leader for Apra International and former trustee for Columbus Metropolitan Library Friends of the Library.