North Carolina Center for Nonprofits
NDANO is pleased to partner with North Carolina Center for Nonprofits to offer you this learning opportunity.
With the number of donors on the decline, many nonprofits increasingly rely on a smaller and more affluent circle of supporters to meet their fundraising goals. The importance and influence of high net worth donors has never been more significant.
During this webinar, Dianne Chipps Bailey will present key findings of the U.S. Trust® Study of High Net Worth Philanthropy, including the diverse expressions of generosity by affluent donors. The findings offer practical insights into distinct donor groups including millennials, women, LGBTQ and donors of color, and help define what motivates high net worth donors to give and stop giving, which organizations affluent donors currently support, and how nonprofits can attract and retain high impact donors to advance their missions.
About The Presenter
Dianne Chipps Bailey is managing director and philanthropic consulting and advisory executive for Philanthropic Solutions at Bank of America. Her team delivers customized consulting and advisory services to nonprofit and family office clients on strategic visioning, mission advancement, risk management, governance and board dynamics. She is a frequent speaker and commentator on topics related to best practices and trends in philanthropy. In her TEDx Talk, she made “The Case for Fierce Optimism.”
Dianne has more than 20 years of experience working with nonprofits. Previously as an attorney, her practice was dedicated to the representation of tax-exempt organizations, and she advised a diverse group of nonprofits in all aspects of their organization, administration and management. In addition, she regularly was engaged as an expert witness in state and federal litigation matters, providing strategic counsel and trial testimony.
As an active community leader, Diane has served on and chaired many nonprofit boards, most recently including Discovery Place and Women Executives. She is a founding member and past president of Women's Impact Fund and currently serves as vice chair of the Women's Philanthropy Institute National Council. Her professional recognition includes a Charlotte Business Journal Women in Business Achievement Award and the Leadership Charlotte Circle of Excellence Award. Dianne was named The Mecklenburg Times 2015 Woman of the Year. She graduated, with high honors, from the University of California at Berkeley and, cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.