Tag alumni engagement

Feature – Teams

product (Engagement) Teams Executing a One-To-Many Alumni and Donor Engagement Strategy By MAX LEISTEN There are many ways we “think differently” about engagement (here’s a succinct overview).  All of it driven by our fundamental belief (and knowledge) that alumni and…

Feature – AI Tags

product AI Tags How about YOU control which alumni and donors our artificial intelligence activates, and how? Go ahead, don’t be shy! By MAX LEISTEN Colleges and universities have a lot of institutional processes that guide the experience of stakeholders…

Feature – Donor Experience Alerts

product Donor Experience Alert Help gift officers build and grow donor relationships by alerting them when a prospect had a meaningful impact experience. By MAX LEISTEN The importance of meaningful experiences on the donor journey is undisputed. Engaged donors are…

Alumni are too busy

Why networking platforms are plateauing (1 of 5) Your alumni are too busy By MAX LEISTEN In the first post of my “your networking platform is not dead, but it’s not alive either” series, I reviewed that alumni already have…

Practitioner Perspective – Claudia Attarian

practitioner perspective Claudia Attarian Duke University By RYAN CATHERWOOD Last month Protopia’s Ryan Catherwood interviewed Claudia Attarian, Senior Director of Alumni Relations and Visitor Services at the Duke Alumni Association. In her role, Claudia works the front lines of engagement…

Feature – DEIB, Affinity, and Belonging

product Affinity Matching Create more inclusive communities of belonging by connecting alumni and students based on interests and background By MAX LEISTEN Many institutions are laser-focused on affinity communities (such as student groups, varsity sports, or regional chapters) because it’s…

Alumni have too many apps already

Why networking platforms are plateauing (1 of 5) Your alumni already have too many apps By MAX LEISTEN We’re drowning in apps. Microsoft offers over 35 million apps through its online store, Google about 3.5 million, and Apple about 2.2…