For most alumni teams, regional groups involving clubs, chapters, or networks have been a focal point for alumni engagement over the years. For many educational organizations, regional groups have been a primary driver of engagement and a major on-ramp for participation overall.

Although regional engagement remains critical to success, the advancement landscape continues to evolve. Alumni leaders are rethinking approaches to regional groups including the role of volunteer boards, and the degree to which fundraising and campaign strategies should be reflected in outcomes, and how to make events and initiatives more inclusive. For advancement teams, redefining approaches to regional engagement often presents considerable obstacles when it comes to change initiatives.

Attendees of this webinar will hear industry leaders on their efforts to modernize the regional engagement. Join host Ryan Catherwood and expert panelists, Patrick Auerbach, Senior Associate Vice President at the University of Southern California, Lisa Milne, Assistant Vice President for Alumni Engagement: External Relations at Ohio University, and Erica Arroyo, Associate Vice President, Engagement, at the University of Miami on the evolution of their regional programs along with an analysis of trends shaping the field.

The Panelists

Erica Arroyo

Associate Vice President, Engagement, at the University of Miami

Patrick Auerbach

Senior Associate Vice President at the University of Southern California

Lisa Milne

Assistant Vice President for Alumni Engagement: External Relations

Ryan Catherwood

Network Catalyst at Protopia and Consultant at CMAC

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