In this online course, evaluate system requirements and reporting tools, best practices in data collection, coding, and data hygiene.
Reporting and translating data into actionable information is a primary role in database management. In this course, development professionals will survey principles of database management and learn to utilize robust data and effective tools to support fundraising. While each organization has unique needs, this course will review basic reporting models along with strategies to advance your reporting abilities.
Christopher Cannon, CFRE, is Zuri Group’s president of strategic services. His areas of expertise include fundraising strategy and systems, staff and resource management, database management, business intelligence and data reporting, database conversion projects, gift and data processing and technology needs. Prior to joining Zuri Group, Mr. Cannon was a managing associate at Bentz Whaley Flessner, where he provided strategic counsel on database systems, advancement operations and fundraising strategy. He has led fundraising operations and campaign strategy at Saint Louis University, Saint Louis Zoo and the Saint Louis Science Center. He has been a featured speaker at CASE, APRA, AFP, and other conferences and has written articles for AFP's Advancing Philanthropy, APRA's Connections and AHP's Journal. His book, "An Executive's Guide to Fundraising Operations" (Wiley 2011), is the industry resource for maximizing ROI from operations. Mr. Cannon holds a master's of arts from The University of Kansas and a bachelor's from Truman State University.
Degree(s): Bachelor's degrees in economics and finance, master's and Ph.D. in public affairs
Clint Shipp, PhD,is director of advancement services at the Dallas Zoological Society. Previously, he held a similar positions Trinity University and the University of North Texas. He has been involved in philanthropy and community service for more than a decade. He has experience fundraising and operating nonprofit organizations. Dr. Shipp also teaches in the master's degree program in public administration at The University of Texas at San Antonio and is a frequent speaker at fundraising conferences. He holds a Ph.D. in public affairs from The University of Texas at Dallas, a master's of public affairs and a bachelor's in economics and finance.
Term: Spring/Summer 2018
Start Date: Feb. 07, 2018
End Date: Feb. 08, 2018
Schedule: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Central time
Length: One Wednesday and one Thursday
For AFP Members: $242
CFRE: 8 points
Note: This course is not currently accepting registrations. Please select JOIN WAITLIST to receive a notification when registration is open for the 2019 spring session.