|Session Date||Start Time||End Time||Attachments|
|Friday, June 6, 2014||11:15 am||12:30 pm|
Volunteers, working in partnership with development staff, can make important contributions to your orchestra’s contributed revenue.
At this session we will explore ways to create and sustain productive partnerships. Whether in a large or small orchestra, healthy, professional relationships between these two groups can create a symbiotic relationship that is a win-win for all involved.
This session will include case studies presented by volunteer and development teams around successful partnership systems and projects, as well as time for Q&A and roundtable discussions to help you determine how you can apply these ideas and best practices to your own organization.
David Clark, president, business and professional committee, Los Angeles Philharmonic Affiliates; Michelle Hamilton, vice president, development, Charlotte Symphony; Stacy Wilson Margolis, vice president for development, League of American Orchestras; Elaine Mischler, volunteer, Madison Symphony Orchestra League; Casey Oelkers, director of development, Madison Symphony Orchestra; Melanie Sanguinet, manager of volunteer activities, Los Angeles Philharmonic Association; Mary Staton, president, The Symphony Guild of Charlotte, Inc