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Episode 15: Voices from the Field – A Conversation with Tere McGonagle-Daly

CASE xChange

Release Date: 09/14/2020

Episode 53: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Mike Richey show art Episode 53: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Mike Richey

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Joining us for our last episode of 2021 is Mike Richey, Vice President for Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, United States. In Mike’s 50 years with the university, he was a pioneer of advancement and has had many career highlights, including helping to raise over $2.5 billion. Hear about the University of Kentucky’s current campaign, his views around giving trends that will continue into the future, and why he believes student philanthropy is import

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Episode 52: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Kade Hamalainen show art Episode 52: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Kade Hamalainen

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Kade Hamalainen, Philanthropy Executive at Bush Heritage Australia joins us in this episode. Hear about his experience in the CASE Graduate Trainee Programme, where he was hosted at the University of Sydney, and his current role focusing on partnering with Indigenous communities to protect the Australian landscape and native species. Discover how the Bush Heritage Australia story began, as well as how the next decade will be a critical time for the organisation and the Australian environment.

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Episode 51: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Ann Snyder show art Episode 51: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Ann Snyder

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Our guest for this episode is CASE’s own Ann Snyder, who is the Director of Independent and International Schools. Ann shares what an integrated advancement model can look like in schools, highlighting that flexible thinking and the support from the Head of School are what will ultimately predict the success of any institutional change. Also, hear insights on the latest annual giving trends from the recent CASE schools survey, including her advice on how your institution can sustain these positive trends.

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Episode 50: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Patrice Maher show art Episode 50: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Patrice Maher

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Patrice Maher, Major Gifts Officer at Telethon Kids Institute in Perth, Australia, joins us to share her experience in the CASE Graduate Trainee Programme with her host institution, Monash University, and her current role with a not-for-profit medical research institute. Hear about the four research focus areas of Telethon Kids and how the Channel 7 Perth Telethon supports Telethon Kids, along with 65 other independent children’s health not-for-profits in creating a community of happy, healthy kids.

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Episode 49: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Rob Henry show art Episode 49: Voices from the Field - A Conversation with Rob Henry

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Our guest for this episode is CASE’s own Rob Henry, Vice President, Development, Culture, and Talent. Through explaining what diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are, Rob highlights their importance to an organisation’s values and net income. Listen in to hear how understanding systemic issues and leadership buy-in are key in successfully integrating a DEIB strategy into an organisation's culture.

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Episode 48: Voices From the Field – A Conversation with Daniel Martin show art Episode 48: Voices From the Field – A Conversation with Daniel Martin

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Our guest for this episode is Daniel Martin, Director of Foundation and Executive Officer at St Aloysius’ College in Sydney, Australia. With experience in philanthropy and engagement in the higher education, medical research, and not-for-profit sectors, listen in as he shares elements of St Aloysius’ College’s upcoming philanthropic campaign, the advantages to a school having a foundation, and philanthropic trends in the schools' sector we can expect.

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Episode 47: Voices From the Field – A Conversation with Natasha Tan show art Episode 47: Voices From the Field – A Conversation with Natasha Tan

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Our guest for this episode is Natasha Tan, Assistant Director, Major Gifts at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Heather and Brad congratulate Natasha on her new role with NTU and discuss the differences between Australian and Singaporean cultures of giving back. Also, hear how her experience in the CASE Graduate Trainee Programme shaped her decision around wanting to make an impact, including ensuring every student gets equal opportunities in educational endeavours.

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Episode 46: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Fiona Johnston show art Episode 46: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Fiona Johnston

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Our guest for this episode is Fiona Johnston, Principal of St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in Perth, Western Australia and a member of the CASE Council for Asia-Pacific. Celebrating St Hilda’s 125 years, listen in to learn about St Hilda’s targeted programmes that aim to inspire women in leadership, as well as how they went about securing philanthropic and corporate partnerships to support their Indigenous students and students interested in science, technology, and engineering.

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Episode 45: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Mark Sollis show art Episode 45: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Mark Sollis

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In this episode, Mark Sollis, Strategist and Creative for the global advancement consulting company, D3 Advancement Studio, shares his passion for personalisation and the reason your stakeholders expect a tailored experience. Hear why disruptive thinking, will protect you against behavioural phenomena. Listen in to learn about static and dynamic stability in data systems, and how digital engagement should be a feature in any engagement strategy, even in a post-pandemic environment.

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Episode 44: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Steven Shattuck show art Episode 44: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Steven Shattuck

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Our guest for this episode is Steven Shattuck, Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang and author of Robots Make Bad Fundraisers: How Nonprofits Can Maintain the Heart in the Digital Age. Hear how technology can help build relationships with donors and supporters, and if used incorrectly, can stunt the progression of these relationships and hinder the donor experience. Listen in to hear if giving days are effective as a fundraising strategy and what personally donating to your institution can teach you.

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In this episode of CASE xChange - Voices from the Field, Heather and Brad chat with a university leader who is passionate about student engagement and experience – Tere McGonagle-Daly, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Students and Alumni at Massey University in New Zealand. Tere shares his first 100 days as the university's first Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Students and Alumni and how Massey University pivoted their recruitment strategies and events in these times. Tere highlights how experience will drive the next era of marketing and how to create alignment of experiences across different campuses and students. He also shares how Massey University – New Zealand’s leading online university – navigates their marketing and communications, and student engagement and experience in the virtual environment. Listeners can also look forward to Tere’s three tips for all marketing and communications professionals.