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September 2020; AFP-NYC

 

I know the importance of mentorship first hand. I have had valuable mentors in the past and currently serve as a mentor for the Association Of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) at both the global and local levels. Then, when I was elected to the AFP-NYC board of directors in January 2020, I was tasked with chairing their Mentorship Program. I could not have been more excited.

June 2020; AFP-NYC

Mentoring is a proven way to build skills, promote job retention and professional advancement - all things that are very necessary in the fundraising profession. This is why  the AFP-NYC Mentorship Committee has been working to build its capacity to respond to the demand for mentoring opportunities. Under the leadership of Juliana M. Weissbein, CFRE, an NYC-AFP Board Member and Mentoring Committee Chair, the Mentorship Program is undergoing a formal relaunch process.

January 2020; AFP Global Advancing Philanthropy

Juliana Weissbein is 10 years into her fundraising career. With the first decade under her belt she can now take a look back and offer some guidance to those just starting out.

 

Juliana M. Weissbein, Associate Director of Development Operations at Planned Parenthood Federation of America and AFP-NYC Emerging Leaders Committee Chair, was recently named AFP's 2019 Outstanding Young Professional and will accept her award at AFP ICON later this month. We sat down with her to learn more about her career in the fundraising industry.

 

Juliana M. Weissbein, Associate Director of Development Operations at Planned Parenthood Federation of America in New York City, has been recognized as one of three Outstanding Young Professionals by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). The award recognizes fundraisers under the age of 31 who show exemplary work in raising funds, inspiring donors, helping manage campaigns, and giving back to the profession.

 Mar 4, 2019; State University of New York, Purchase College

Juliana Weissbein ’10 (sociology and gender studies) is the Associate Director of Development Operations at Planned Parenthood Federation of America.  AFP will recognize Weissbein and two others during their conference, AFP ICON 2019 in San Antonio on Tuesday, April 2, for their “exemplary work in raising funds, inspiring donors, helping manage campaigns and giving back to the profession.”

Jan 31, 2019; AFP-NYC

 

AFP-NYC recently sat down with the Emerging Leaders Committee Co-Chairs, Juliana Weissbein and Jace Prokupek, to learn more about their motivation to rebrand.

Juliana Weissbein ’10 is a nonprofit leader who operates from a fundamental belief that an agile strategy and continued focus on data-driven insights can enable big and bold ideas. Whether at Teach for America, GLSEN, the Ms. Foundation for Women, or in her current role as the Associate Director of Development Operations, at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, she has led every aspect of a development team and enjoys collaborating with executive leadership to exceed strategic fundraising goals.

 May 1, 2017; LinkedIn

 

There’s a reason why the Young Professionals Advisory Committee (YPAC) at the Ms. Foundation for Women works—we have good taste, we have ideas, we’re inclusive and we have energy to mobilize.

 

For-profit sales and marketing teams and non-profit fundraisers have strikingly similar tasks, yet they often think of themselves as worlds apart. Whether you’re offering a product, a service, or a charitable mission, many of the fundamentals cross over.

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        September 18, 2020; Certified Fundraising Executives, International

 

        Promotional video for CFRE International, an independent nonprofit organization which is dedicated to

        setting standards in philanthropy through a valid and reliable certification process for fundraising

        professionals.

 

Promotional video for the world’s largest conference for fundraising professionals , AFP ICON.

 

Promotional video for 2019 Outstanding Young Professional Fundraiser award.

LECTURES & CONFERENCES

 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) represents an opportunity to re-imagine and position the way we support our organizations. In this session, we explain the technologies that encompass AI, highlight the research of the AAAC's State of AI in Advancement report -- the first benchmark on AI in this field, and showcase real-world case studies of organizations using AI to transform advancement. 

Collaborators:
Debora Brown: Lead Solutions Engineer, Salesforce
Chris Campbell: Vice President of Sales, Gravyty
David Woodruff: Associate Vice President and COO, MIT Resource Development

 

Join us to learn about how broadcast SMS, peer to peer texting and innovative mobile technologies can directly engage your donors and enhance your fundraising strategy. Mobile communication is the best way to meet your donors where they are and new platforms are making it easier than ever to integrate this technology into your communication streams. You’ll walk away with fresh ideas to increase cross channel engagement at your organization.


Collaborators:
Laura Lane: Associate Director of Marketing and Analytics, Planned Parenthood
Amanda Silva: Integrated Marketing Strategist, Planned Parenthood

  • How Millennials Really Think and Work

      June 2018; AFP-NYC Fundraising Day In New York

 

Millennials are the largest generation in the workforce and becoming one of the largest group of donors.  As millennials continue to take leadership positions in nonprofits, it is important to focus on how we can work with them as well as learn from them.  Our panel will provide insights on what is really means to be a millennial and what they have learned to launch their careers, as well as shed light on serving on some of the myths around millennials.


Collaborators:
Patricia Moran: Director, George H. Heyman, Jr. Program for Philanthropy and Fundraising

Samantha Collidge: Marketing Manager, Anti-Defamation League

Joel Weingarten: Co-Founder, CRSCORE

  • Mind Your Data: Using Metrics to Grow Your Bottom Line

      November 2016; TechUP Innovation & Inclusion Summit

 

The Tech Innovation + Inclusion Summit brings together thousands of leaders across all areas of technology. Topics & activities include: Civic Tech, Cybersecurity, Entrepreneurship, Diversity & Inclusion,The Future of Education and more.

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