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Directors Roundtable

  • Mon, December 06, 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Online
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Directors Roundtable

Monday, December 6,  2021

Time: 10:00AM – 11:30AM EST 




Join us for a discussion on the challenges and opportunities facing managers working in the prospect development field. The Directors Roundtable is recommended for all those in a supervisory role (assistant directors, managers, etc.) or who are involved in departmental decision making.


A sample of topics that will be covered include:

  • Are teams working primarily in person, hybrid or remote?
  • How has your management style changed with working remotely or in a hybrid model? Has it stayed the same?
  • What changes do you see in the workplace post-COVID?
  • DEI

What’s on your mind? Register today and let us know what you would like the panel to discuss!


Roslyn Clarke joins Partners in Health (PIH) with almost two decades of experience in prospect research and management. Most recently, she served as the director of prospect research services at BWF, a full service consulting firm supporting nonprofits of all types and sizes. In that role, Roslyn managed all outsourced research projects, developed new methods and products, lead a team of researchers, conducted trainings, and provided prospect research counsel. Before BWF Roslyn served as director of prospect research at Morehouse College and assistant director at Harvard University where she was responsible for education and training for researchers and frontline fundraisers.

Roslyn began her career in prospect development at Hebrew SeniorLife and Brown University. She is a seasoned conference speaker and presenter for Apra, NEDRA, CASE, and AFP. Most recently, Roslyn served on the diversity, equity, and inclusion committees for Apra and NEDRA.

Amy Gingle is Director of Prospect Development at Research at Year Up, a national non-profit dedicated to closing the opportunity divide for young adults in this country. Prior to joining Year Up in August 2016, Amy was Associate Director of Prospect Research and Analytics at Massachusetts General Hospital. Prior to that, she was a Senior Research Analyst at MIT and a Research Associate at Isaacson, Miller. Amy lives on the North Shore of Boston with her family, golden retriever and several chickens and ducks.

Milagro ‘Misa’ Lobato is the Director of Prospect Management and Analytics at the Rhode Island School of Design and a Senior Consultant at The Inclusion Firm. She is also the Immediate Past President of Apra. She has served on the Apra board since 2016 and held leadership roles in governance, conference planning, membership, and diversity, equity and inclusion. In her leadership of Apra, Misa helped found a diversity, equity, and inclusion committee, establish DEI goals in Apra’s strategic plan, launch a member identity data collection effort, draft and implement a DEI plan, and integrate DEI-focused practices throughout the organization. In her writing and speaking on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in non-profit organizations, Misa promotes a vision of philanthropy that actively participates in the creation of a more just and inclusive world.

Previously, Misa was the Assistant Vice President of Advancement Strategy and Annual Giving at the University of Colorado, where she worked in Advancement for over 13 years. She has a degree in Ethnic Studies and English Literature from the University of Colorado.


Suzy Campos is Director of Prospect Information & Strategy at Amherst College. She previously held prospect research positions at Harvard University and Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Earlier in her career, she was a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco, a public and corporate librarian, and an Information Specialist at McKinsey & Company. She earned a BA from UMass-Amherst and a Library Studies degree from the University of Michigan. She has been a proud participant in the Twin Cities to Chicago AIDS Ride and Monte's March for the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. Suzy has been a speaker for organizations including Apra, NEDRA, Planned Giving Group of Central Mass, and AFP, and she is a volunteer and past president of NEDRA. 


$50 Members

$100 Non-Members

Are you a current or recently lapsed NEDRA member and want to attend this program for free? Apply for the need-based NEDRA Community Scholarship.

Deadline to apply is Monday, November 15, 2021.


Attendees will receive a Zoom link in advance of the event. This program will be held as a Zoom meeting and a recording will not be available.

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Registration for this event closes on Friday, December 3, 2021 at 9AM.


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