This event is now closed. Massachusetts General Hospital is a secure venue and attendees will need to present their I.D. to security upon arrival; because of this, there will be no walk-in registrations.
Diversity and Inclusion for Prospect Researchers Think Tank
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Massachusetts General Hospital Development Office
Room 4200 (building and room are handicap accessible)
125 Nashua Street
Boston, MA 02114
Effectively nurturing diversity and inclusion can lead to big payoffs for businesses, including: more innovation, better decision-making, and happier employees. Increasing diversity in areas like hiring, donor pools, and board membership are vital to growing and sustaining the success of fundraising efforts and Prospect Researchers are uniquely positioned to be a leader in these efforts.
Please join us in a discussion of the opportunities and challenges surrounding diversity and inclusion in Prospect Research and how Prospect Researchers can drive innovation within their teams and organizations. Topics covered include:
Attendees are encouraged to bring specific examples of successes or challenges they have encountered, as well as how diversity and inclusion have impacted their own work or their organization.
Note: Please bring a photo ID, as attendees will need to check in with security on the first floor upon arrival.
Kristal Enter has been Assistant Director of Prospect Management and Research at Massachusetts General Hospital since 2018. Prior to joining MGH, she was a Senior Research Analyst at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Kristal previously held roles at Partners In Health and UMass Boston.
Jolene Crosby-Jones is the Director of Prospect Management and Research at Massachusetts General Hospital. Prior to joining MGH in 2017, she was a Senior Research Analyst at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Jolene also previously held roles at Teach For America and Facing History and Ourselves. She graduated from Wellesley College with a bachelor’s degree in economics and psychology.
Free for Members
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