Julia Campbell has run her digital marketing consulting business for almost a decade, focused exclusively on mission-driven organizations. A mom of 2 and a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, she is the author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, a call-to-action for nonprofits to use stories to accomplish their missions.
Based in Boston, Julia is a global authority on digital storytelling, with happy clients spanning the globe from Moscow to San Francisco. She has provided workshops and training to Meals on Wheels America, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and Facebook. Julia is a frequent contributor to Nonprofit Tech for Good, Social Media Today, Maximize Social Business, Elevation Web, Network for Good, Wild Apricot, and others.
Her passion is to get nonprofits of all sizes to stop spinning their wheels on social media and to start getting real results using digital tools. You can check out her thoughts and ideas on all things nonprofit digital storytelling and social media at www.jcsocialmarketing.com/blog.
Recognized as one of America's Top 25 Fundraising Experts. Tammy is an inspiring international speaker on the topic of transformational philanthropy and an AFP Certified Master Trainer. Over the past 20 years, she has trained, coached and led nonprofit teams to raise more than a half-billion dollars including a single gift of $27.1M. Tammy moved to Detroit
in 2008 determined to successfully raise money in the most challenging economy in the U.S. and has turned those experiences into strategies, tools, and processes for skyrocketing fundraising results in any economy. When not speaking at conferences or fundraising, she's training her online membership community of Fundraising Transformers, or leading webinars, e-courses, private workshops and retreats.
Jason Lewis provides the sector with an often needed contrarian voice, willing to question deeply engrained beliefs and assumptions of how effective fundraising really works. Whether writing or speaking, Jason challenges the prevailing wisdom about effective fundraising practices, hiring decisions, and donor behavior. Jason is the author of The War for Fundraising Talent, the creator of the Four Fundraising Frameworks, and the host of The Fundraising Talent Podcast.
In addition to his coaching and consulting with nonprofit clients, Jason teaches nonprofit management and social entrepreneurship at York College of Pennsylvania. Jason is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Master Trainers. Jason earned his MS in Nonprofit Management at Eastern University and graduated from the College of Executive Coaching.
Marc A. Pitman
An international leadership coach and fundraising trainer, Marc A. Pitman helps nonprofit board members and staff get excited about asking for money. He is the founder of The Concord Leadership Group and of FundraisingCoach.com - recognized by The Atlantic as "1 of 5 Philanthropic blogs fundraisers need to read." He is also the author of Ask Without Fear!®, the executive director of the affordable fundraising training program The Nonprofit Academy, and an Advisory Panel member of Rogare, a prestigious international fundraising think tank.
Because of his dynamic trainings, Marc speaks to thousands each year at events like the World Fundraising Summit in Mexico, trainings in New Zealand, Association for Fundraising Professionals International Conference, and organizations around the world, even groups like the International Bowling Expo. His experience in nonprofit fundraising and leadership training, as well as his balanced commentary, has caused him to be featured in books and articles around the world and be sought out as a guest on TV, radio, and print as diverse as Al Jazeera, SUCCESS Magazine, and Fox News.
Marc's leadership experience also includes planting and pastoring a Vineyard church, managing a gubernatorial campaign, teaching internet marketing at both the under graduate and graduate level, and being chosen as one of Maine's first "40 Under Forty," honoring Maine's emerging generation of leaders.
He is the husband of his best friend and the father of three amazing kids. And if you see him drive by, he’ll probably be singing 80’s tunes loud enough to embarrass his family.
Jeff Schreifels has over 32 years of experience in non-profit fundraising. The first 8 years of his career, Jeff worked on the non-profit side working for two organizations as Development Director.
In 1996, Jeff joined The Domain Group based in Seattle. There, Jeff as Senior strategist, led a team that executed strategic plans and direct-response marketing for clients such as, Feeding America, Arthritis Foundation, American Cancer Society and The Salvation Army; among many others. Jeff and his team helped raise over $200MM dollars for their clients over 12 years.
In 2009, Jeff joined Richard Perry, one of the former owners of The Domain Group, to become Senior Partner of Veritus Group. Veritus is a major gift consulting agency that has taken the discipline of direct-response and applied it to major gifts. This is a unique approach to major gift fundraising. Veritus helps non-profits all over the United States and the U.K. by helping create, develop, and manage mid and major gift programs. As senior partner, Jeff is responsible for client strategy, sales, and marketing.
Jeff, along with Richard Perry, is the co-author of a popular fundraising blog, which focuses on major gifts called “Passionate Giving” and a book called “It’s Not JUST About the Money.”
Jeff is the proud father of two young-adult children who are the joy of his life. Jeff is passionate about life, philanthropy, and relationships.