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Nonprofit Fundraising Management Executive Certificate Program

Offered by the Nebraska Nonprofit Management Institute

8:30 am – 5:00 pm
College of Business - Howard L. Hawks Hall
730 N. 14th St.
Lincoln NE 68588
Emre Unlu, (402) 472-2353,
The Nebraska Center for Executive and Professional Development launches the new Nonprofit Management Institute this fall. Serving Nebraskan nonprofit professionals, the institute offers three, in-person executive certificate programs in management, finance and fundraising to help nonprofit leaders refine the skills they need to make a larger and lasting impact on the communities they serve.

Held Nov. 1-2, the Nonprofit Fundraising Management Executive Certificate Program offers attendees a better understanding of how fundraising fits into broader management responsibilities. Focus on developing a fundraising plan, including annual giving, corporate and grant giving, planned giving and donor retention.

Nationally known experts facilitate the two-day programs. Led by Jim Croft, principal of JW Croft Consulting Group who served as executive vice president and chief financial officer for Chicago’s Field Museum and teaches nonprofit management in the MBA@Nebraska program and for the Kellogg School of Management Center for Nonprofit Management at Northwestern University, program facilitators include: Bela Barner, MBA; Matthew W. Charlton, Ph.D.; Ashley Ramchandani, MPP; Katy Scrogin, Ph.D.; and Patti Tuomey, Ed.D. Their past work experience spans leading organizations such as churches, schools and museums as well as nonprofits like the American Red Cross and the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.

Registration for each two-day program is $650 per attendee. To register, visit: Cost assistance opportunities are available. Email for more information.

To learn more about the Center for Executive and Professional Development’s customized programs and upcoming executive certificate programs, visit

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