Learn tips on how to reclaim your time and wellbeing as a nonprofit professional
Mazarine Treyz, CEO of Wild Woman Fundraising
Have you ever thought to yourself, I’m so lazy?
Ever wondered why no matter how hard you work, you still have this anxiety gnawing at the back of your mind?
What’s up with that?
We do not have to work as hard as we do. But neo-liberal capitalism wants us to believe otherwise. Capitalism today consists of an uneasy mix of brazen destructiveness and implacable self-confidence, convinced we will soon be approaching a “best of all possible worlds.” But capitalism is propped up by what we provide in the voluntary sector- trust, goodwill, and non-transactional relationships.
Is it possible that we’ve outgrown capitalism? What would a post-capitalist world look like? There is hope. We can escape neoliberal capitalism. Come to this webinar and learn more!
Mazarine Treyz is a coach, speaker, and best-selling author of “The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising”, serving people in over 70 different countries. She works with government, nonprofits, and individuals, supporting people to bring their full selves to work.
Mazarine specializes in helping nonprofit leaders land their dream career and fundraising goals through authentic relationships both online and offline. As a result, clients have received $30K raises, transitioned into new careers, and created their own global nonprofits. Check out the testimonials here.
Mazarine has co-founded a nonprofit and has over a decade of experience as a nonprofit fundraiser in small shops. Two of her proudest accomplishments were raising $250K in sponsorships, up $100K from the previous year, as well as taking a nonprofit to $120K in grants, up from $7K the previous year. Today, Mazarine leads the nonprofit workplace justice movement to create a better nonprofit work culture through her writing, training, podcast, and keynote speeches.
She is featured in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and NonprofitPro as well as many other outlets. She has spoken around the world including England and Jamaica, as well as AFP International Conference multiple times. She leads monthly community events in the Portland/Vancouver area. She lives in Portland, OR, and loves weightlifting