The Role of Research in Prospect Management

  • March 19, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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Please join APRA of Greater New York and NYU Wagner Alumni in Fundraising                                              and Development for a presentation on 

                               The Role of Research in Prospect Management

Troy Smith, Director of Research and Prospect Management at New York University, will present on the value added by prospect researchers in designing and implementing an effective prospect management system.

Specifically, Troy will reveal how researchers help frontline fundraisers improve and manage the prospect pool, work efficiently and focus on promising prospects.

Prior to his current role at NYU, Troy held positions at U.S. Fund for UNICEF, Wake Forest University, ASU Foundation, and McDaniel College. He is a graduate of Catawba College and McDaniel College.

                                         The event is free to chapter members

Non-members will be charged $35. ***As usual, the fee counts toward a one-year
($50) or two-year ($75) APRA GNY membership. Fees can be paid by PayPal or check. 

Registration and RSVPs:

Please RSVP to Yana at [masked]

                                                     We hope to see you there!

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  • Sue

    My first time at a APRA-GNY gathering and newbie in industry. Energy palpable, attendees open to sharing. Impressed with the gathering -- opportunity to network, learn and build on experiences. Troy Smith was cordial and knowledgeable presenter; willing to cede platform to others eager to share their insights and pacing was optimal. Happy to have met Matthew Perrin whom I only knew through emails and benefited from his wisdom. Yana was so gracious to answer my questions at the end of the evening. Suzi Barlow shared her enthusiasm for the industry (you look just like your pic). Face-to-face with Poonam Prasad, who according to my supervisor is a rock star. I somehow missed meeting Bill Powers who has been so, so kind to me...guiding and leading this sheep. Apologies to woman sitting in front of me who asked me who I worked for, barely got my answer out and lost track of her when a side conversation took me off course. Hope I see you next event!

    1 · March 20, 2014

    • Yana D.

      Sue, it was a delight to meet you. Bill didn't attend, but you can meet him at the April happy hour. I am working on setting up a date for that.

      March 20, 2014

  • Poonam P.

    Enjoyed the presentation and meeting fellow researchers. Thank you, Troy and APRA-NY. Looking forward to receiving the handout.

    1 · March 20, 2014

  • Eric Z.

    It was very informative and engaging.

    March 20, 2014

  • Lisa B.

    Unfortunately I am teaching that night and cannot attend.

    March 14, 2014

  • Qaya T.

    I am unable to attend due to a prior commitment

    March 12, 2014

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