Considerations For Using AI In Fundraising And Nonprofit Communications
Date: 24 April 2023
Location: Virtual Event
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our world in dramatic ways. It can significantly improve innovation and efficiencies in the workplace and augment the work traditionally reserved for human workers. However, there are also ethical, equitable and legal ramifications to consider when using AI. In the nonprofit sector, we’re seeing applications ranging from donor prospecting and segmentation to personalized messaging and fundraising optimization.
Join DER for a special program featuring a fireside chat with Boyden's Shaké Sulikyan, DER Board Member & Programs Chair, as moderator alongside Nathan Chappell, Senior Vice President at DonorSearch AI and co-author of The Generosity Crisis: The Case for Radical Connection to Solve Humanity’s Greatest Challenges, and Allison Fine, Activist, Futurist, and co-author of The Smart Non-Profit: Staying Human-Centered in an Automated World. There will also be a panel of nonprofit professionals discussing how they’re using AI in their fundraising and communications work. Whether you’re a nonprofit executive, fundraiser, communicator, or technologist, this program will provide valuable insights into the fast-evolving world of AI for nonprofits.**
**This description was created with assistance from ChatGPT.
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Shaké Sulikyan is a nationally recognized nonprofit executive and change-maker. She’s dedicated her life to making the world a better place. Shaké has over two decades of experience in aligning talent and resources to drive large-scale initiatives, build fruitful relationships, and reach record-breaking goals. Her nonprofit career includes roles in healthcare, academic medicine, higher education, social service and nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. In January 2022, she joined Boyden as an Executive Search Consultant and Senior Advisor, helping to build their social impact/nonprofit practice in the U.S. She moved to the U.S. at the age of 12 and currently lives in Livermore, CA with her husband and 11-year-old son.
Development Executives Roundtable (DER) builds thriving organizations and communities by helping nonprofit professionals teach the joy of giving, providing accessible training and peer support for Bay Area fundraisers at all stages of their careers.