CASE recently held its first event for the Multicultural Advancement Professionals network, a community where practitioners from diverse backgrounds can share ideas and resources and discuss issues they face in the profession.
We asked CASE staff who develop or curate content for our members year-round to highlight some of the content and conversations that they enjoyed working on, believe provided exceptional value or received a lot of feedback. Here are a few of the top resources in each advancement discipline, but there are many more articles, best practices resources and conversations.
We’ve rounded up resources to help advancement leaders, and attendees of the upcoming 2014 Summit for Leaders in Advancement, get the most out of the event.
This week’s #CASESMC chat was co-moderated by Jon Ruzek, senior director of alumni networks at the University of Minnesota. Learn more in the Storify recap.
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