Meeting Archive:
Know the Playing Field: The State of Grantseeking Spring 2011 (FREE/NEW)

Meeting Description:

The State of Grantseeking 2011, the second semi-annual informal survey of nonprofits conducted by GrantStation and PhilanTech, will be the focus of the free webinar hosted by Cynthia M. Adams, CEO, GrantStation and Dahna Goldstein, Founder, PhilanTech. Sign up for this lively webinar to get a first hand review of the report findings and recommendations, and to learn more about GrantStation and PhilanTech. Participants will also be invited to join a conversation at the end of the presentation to discus the current state of grantseeking in the U.S. (Click here if you'd like to review a copy of the report before the webinar.) This webinar will be held on Wednesday, May 18, 2011.

Date: Wed, May 18, 2011
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): Sara Kennedy
 Presenter Information
Cynthia M. Adams

Cynthia Adams has been a fundraiser for over 35 years. Working directly for nonprofits and as a fundraising consultant, Ms. Adams specializes in building bridges between funders and grantseekers. She strongly believes that successful grantseeking requires a thorough understanding of the funders and sound knowledge of the playing field. Her life's work has been to level that playing field, creating an opportunity for all nonprofit organizations to access the wealth of grant opportunities throughout the world.

Dahna Goldstein

Dahna Goldstein, Founder of PhilanTech, LLC, develops web-based applications for the nonprofit sector, and has worked for venture philanthropies, including Ashoka and Blue Ridge Foundation New York. Dahna also produced interactive elearning programs, including award-winning "What Is a Leader?" program, for Harvard Business School Publishing and Global Education Network. Dahna holds a BA from Williams College, a Master of Education degree, with a concentration in technology, from Harvard University, and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business. She is the Chair of the board of the I Do Foundation and was recently named one of BusinessWeek's 25 Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs.