Tue, Oct 25|
Part 1: Harassment in the Profession-Let’s Start a Candid Discussion
Time & Location
Oct 25, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT
About the event
Join AFP colleagues during Ethics Month as we dig into the findings and recommendations of AFP’s May 2022 research report Speaking Truth to Power in Fundraising: A Toolkit.
AFP’s groundbreaking 2018 sexual harassment survey revealed that harassment is a widespread problem for the fundraising profession. Follow up research gives a deeper view of the intersection of gender, race and sexuality in the harassment and bias people experience.
Attend one or both of our upcoming sessions on this important topic. Register for each one separately.
Session One (virtual):
October 25th: Chapter member, Nancy Heykes will briefly lift up key report findings and recommendations, then focus on questions surrounding “What could this mean for us?” to set the stage for our follow up session. Register for Session One below.
Session Two (in-person):
November 1st Offers a smaller group (regional) follow up discussion to give participants an opportunity to share, support, and brainstorm together. Participants should expect to leave this session feeling supported and valued by others in the profession. Locations available in Appleton and Green Bay. RSVP for Session Two here.
Registration is limited for these follow up sessions, so please register soon to guarantee your seat.
Fox Valley Technical College
1825 N. Bluemound Dr., Appleton, WI 54912
Room B128, Entrance 12, Parking Lot West
Greater Green Bay Community Foundation
400 S. Washington St., Green Bay, WI 54301
About Our Speaker
Nancy Heykes retired in 2018 as vice president of development for Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin, having previously served as an executive director, as capital campaign counsel and as a senior executive at Aid Association for Lutherans. She now lives in Oneida County (happily still within AFP-NE Wis Chapter territory) and formed On Point Consulting to continue her pro bono law practice and consulting, planning and facilitation services for nonprofits. She helped design the Nonprofit Leadership Institute in Appleton and enjoys a continued coordinator/instructor role.