Episode 28: Life and Career Hacks Part 2 - What Would I Tell My 20 Year Old Fundraising Self If I Could Go Back In Time
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In this episode, we spoke with Leah Eustace, President of Blue Canoe Philanthropy; Bob Carter, Chairman of Carter; Brian Bowman, Director of Alumni and Development at SAIT; and Sue McCoy, Director of Major Gifts with the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation.
The Topic: Life and Career Hacks Part 2 - What Would I Tell My 20 Year Old Fundraising Self If I Could Go Back In Time
SOME OF WHAT YOU WILL HEAR:
Why “chronologically enriched” fundraisers love working with 20-year-olds
Don’t be afraid to fall down (and keep falling throughout your life)
The importance of taking care of your mental health
Change is more rapid than you can imagine; remain nimble
Mistakes are the best teachers
Invest in good bedsheets
And much more!
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EPISODE 28 PANELISTS
Blue Canoe Philanthropy
Vero Beach, Florida
Director, Alumni and Development and CEO
Director, Major Gifts
Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation