Michelle Okere – Founder & Principal at Okere & Associates
Trends in technology, communications, and the economy will have a significant impact on fundraising in 2023. Are you prepared?
As a fundraising professional, it’s important to stay up-to-date with fundraising trends so that you can leverage them and adapt. The COVID-19 pandemic created a new world for fundraisers, giving rise to trends that are more flexible, secure, and engaging. The past few years have taught us that technology and convenience are rapidly taking priority, and we can anticipate that these fundraising trends will continue to prevail in 2023.
But, with a looming recession, increased competition in the digital space, and a return to in-person activities, how will your organization set itself apart?
In this free webinar, we’ll help you identify strategies to maintain and grow your organization’s impact by capitalizing on the right trends. You’ll leave feeling confident in your ability to evaluate your goals and determine if you have the right tools, approach, and technology to achieve them.
Come ready with your questions!
This webinar will be closed captioned
Michelle Okere is a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) with over a decade of experience leading the growth of national, provincial and local non-profit organizations. She is recognized for her expertise in fund development; public relations; strategic and operations planning; and human resources, with a focus on equity, diversity and inclusion.
Since 2016, Michelle has been working with non-profits, Foundations, and social enterprises across Canada to support transformational growth through her consulting company – Okere & Associates. Passionate about community engagement, Michelle has been featured in PINK Magazine for her work in rural communities, received the Deputy Minister’s Award for Innovation in Saskatchewan for a cross-sector fundraising and awareness campaign, and was named to Edify Edmonton’s Top 40 under 40 Class of 2021.
This webinar is presented in partnership with Keela and Imagine Canada’s Grant Connect.