Friday, December 13, 2013
Build Strong Partnerships for Successful Capital Campaigns
Join a discussion with three non-profit leaders who have been there.
On the panel:
Nancy King, Development Director for Southeast Mental Health Center
Brenda Roush, Vice President of Development for the Gathering Place
Joy Spatz, architect at Gensler International
Read more about our panelists
11:30 am - Registration
12:00 - 1:30 pm - Program
This program is in partnership with Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable and we invite CPGR members to register at the member price for this event.
$25.00 AFP Members / $30 after 12 noon December 11
$40.00 Non-members / $45 after 12 noon December 11
All first time attendees may call the office for our
"Welcome Price" of $20
Please register by 12 noon on December 11 to avoid the late fee!
Denver Public Library, Level 7 (Vida Ellison Gallery)
Please note this is not our usual meeting room!
10 West 14th Avenue Parkway Denver, CO 80204
Low cost parking at The Cultural Center Parking Garage
on 12th Avenue just west of Broadway. Map
Joy Ramsey-Spatz, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCIDQ, Director/Architect, Gensler Studio
Joy Ramsey-Spatz has 29 years of experience with workplace design, corporate projects, labs and manufacturing. Joy brings strong project leadership to the Gensler team, from programming through construction administration. Highly motivated to serve the client, Joy excels in projects that are complex due to scope of work, budget, building conditions, or schedule. Her knowledge of organizational structures, alternative workplace strategies, building systems, construction methods and cost saving solutions serve as a strong platform for project leadership. Project expertise includes non-profits, corporate, law, natural resources, lab, bio-medical manufacturing, and campus design are among her many diverse project types.
Gensler is a global design and architecture firm headquartered in San Francisco. In 2012, Gensler generated the most revenue of any architecture firm based in the US for the second year in a row. As of 2013, it operates offices in 43 cities in 14 countries worldwide.
Nancy Harris King, LPC, MNM, Development Director, Southeast Health Group
Nancy Harris King served as the grant writer for The Gathering Place’s $5 million capital campaign, and oversaw a $500,000 capital campaign to build a healthcare facility in rural Lamar, Colorado. Nancy brings the rural perspective to this discussion.
Southeast Health Group is a nonprofit healthcare provider serving six rural and frontier counties in the southeastern corner of Colorado. Nancy is a Licensed Professional Counselor and also holds a Master of Nonprofit Management degree from Regis University. She is the founder and board chair of Colorado Arts of Recovery, a statewide nonprofit working to combat stigma and promote social inclusion for people living with mental illnesses.
Brenda Roush, CFRE, Vice President of Development, The Gathering Place
Brenda has been raising funds for women focused organizations for over twenty years. Currently with The Gathering Place, she has worked with SafeHouse Denver and Colorado NARAL. She has served on the board of Community Shares of Colorado, Women Leaders in Action, the Rocky Mountain Dart Association, and currently the AFP Colorado Chapter.
Brenda was actively involved in the $5 million capital campaign to construct the building where The Gathering Place currently resides. She can address the interactive process of that work, the struggles that were overcome and the long-lasting impact of this campaign on the organization, those it serves, and the community.
The Gathering Place is Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women, children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. Since 1986, it’s been a community of safety and hope where positive relationships, choice, and essential resources transform lives.
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