Virtual Conversation: Segmenting your Database in Good Times or Bad
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Join colleagues for a roundtable-style discussion on mining and segmenting the database during these days. At Yale University, the Development office has been working on meaningful responses to the needs of COVID-19 preparedness, looking closely at past donors in the areas of infectious diseases, medical technology, etc. How can researchers compile these types of lists and utilize outside databases to help? Open to all interested development professionals, at any experience level, this program will be driven by an interactive discussion including questions, challenges, and innovative solutions. Participants are encouraged to share tips, resources, samples, or other tools.
Advance registration is required. The link to join the session will be emailed 1-2 days in advance.
Nancy Faughnan has played various roles in research at Yale University, including project management and strategy for the Yale Art Gallery, the Schools of Nursing, Art, and Architecture, and is a member of the NYC-area financial professionals strategy team. She has managed the non-legacy parents research project for three years.
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