As fundraisers, we come to work every day thinking about how we can motivate more donors to invest in our cause; this is what we’re trained for. But it’s just half the equation. What about the organizational conditions so essential to fundraising success? You can impact these factors more than you might think. In this interactive workshop, we will explore the crucial role of the fundraiser in bringing about internal change to increase external success. You will learn how to create an environment that best supports successful fundraising.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the organizational conditions required for fundraising success
  2. Explore the fundraiser’s role as a catalyst for organizational change
  3. Learn change management techniques to apply in your planning and your everyday work

David Kelleher, PhD

Senior Associate

Gender at Work

David Kelleher PhD. is an organizational consultant and a co-founder and Senior Associate of Gender at Work, a global knowledge-building network on women’s rights. He has sat on a number of non-profit boards and once served as Interim Manager of Resource Development for Amnesty International. He is the co-author of four books on various aspects of organizational change.

Juniper Locilento, CFRE

Director of Annual Giving, Operations & Strategy

YMCA of Greater Toronto

Juniper Locilento, CFRE is driven to advance philanthropy as a means to create change. She has worked alongside social profit change makers for more than a dozen years, both as a fundraising practitioner in arts & culture and as a philanthropic consultant with KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.). She is currently Director of Annual Giving, Operations & Strategy at the YMCA of Greater Toronto.  

A passionate teacher and learner, Juniper is a student in the Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership program at Carleton University. She also holds a B.A. and a Diploma in Operatic Performance from the University of Toronto and a postgraduate certificate in Arts Administration from Humber College. Juniper studied Organizational Development and Change Management at York University’s Schulich Executive Education Centre.