April 24
Presentation and Workshop led by Kathryn Gamble,

Fired Up Fundraising!

Once again, AFP Triad will offer its very popular half-day learning experience with a renowned expert in the practical, analytical, strategic and technical aspects of philanthropic management. Attend the monthly meeting, then stay for the intensive workshop that will include opportunities for role-playing and practicing that all-important ask.

Special incentives are offered to AFP members. Become a member today.

(Workshop is free to AFP members and each AFP member may bring up to 3 guests for $15 each.)

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About our Presenter and Workshop Leader:

Kathryn Gamble brings over twenty-five years of solid fundraising experience to the team. She’s known for her analytical, strategic, practical and technical expertise in dealing with all aspects of philanthropic management.

After her leadership of the successful campaign at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Kathryn formed her consulting business. She applies her knowledge and experience to create optimal solutions for her clients resulting in successful fundraising. Her clients have ranged from arts to health organizations.

Kathryn began her fundraising career with a local consulting firm learning campaign planning and execution from the ground up. At the North Carolina Museum of Art, she provided leadership for and management of a successful $50.6 million campaign completed in 2013. And, she has held senior management positions at Saint Mary’s School and East Carolina University. She was a member of the UNC-CH development staff during the $450 million Bicentennial Capital Campaign.

You can find Kathryn speaking at the AFP NC Philanthropy Conference on a variety of topics including board development and board engagement in fundraising. She has served as an instructor at North Carolina State University where she has taught courses in the non-profit degree minor.

Kathryn has an MBA from Queens University in Charlotte, NC and is nearing the completion of a Ph.D. in Public Administration at North Carolina State University. Her research focus is in nonprofit governance. She is a member of the Association of Researchers on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), the Association of Fundraising Professionals, BoardSource, and the Raleigh Professional Women’s Forum.