One of our many incredible 501(c)onference speakers:
Nike Irvin, Vice President of Programs, California Community Foundation
Nike will be leading a workshop on:
New Opportunities for Planned Giving
A fast-paced, step-by-step workshop to help nonprofits, large or small, incorporate planned giving into their ongoing fundraising efforts, with emphasis on identifying prospective givers, types of gifts and issues, handling complex gifts, forming a legacy society, and more. Features hands-on use of a new toolkit with template materials, developed with input from local nonprofits with no current planned giving expertise or activities.
A Little Background on Nike:
Nike Irvin has more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit leadership and professional consulting to nonprofits, foundations and charitable arms of corporations and organizations. A member of the leadership team of the California Community Foundation in Los Angeles, Irvin is responsible for the priority program areas of the foundation – arts, education, health care, housing and neighborhoods, and human development, as well as several special initiatives such as the El Monte Community Building Initiative. Before joining CCF in 2011, Irvin served as president of the Riordan Foundation and prior to that, as a consultant and coach for nonprofits and foundations. Irvin serves on several nonprofit boards of directors and is a trustee for The Riordan Foundation and German Marshall Fund of the United States. A graduate of Yale University and UCLA, she was named one of the “100 Most Inspirational Alumni” by the UCLA Anderson School of Business, and has been a recipient of numerous fellowships, including the Henry Crown Fellowship, Marshall Memorial Fellowship and Next Generation Fellowship of the American Assembly.