Does the idea of walking into a room of strangers intimidate you?
Do you make space in your full schedule to attend events only to end up heading home without new, meaningful connections?
Have you avoided digital networking because social media feels overwhelming?
Need a refresher on networking tips as we return to in-person meetings?
In this interactive workshop, attendees will hear networking best practices and tried and true tips for growing your professional network, without derailing your personal life. Real-time exercises will help build confidence and together, we will craft personal introductions that highlight not only the work we do but who we are as uniquely fascinating individuals. Attendees will learn from peers in small group breakouts and have time to ask questions of our presenter, Hannah Berger of The Philanthropy Coach.
Tickets are $18/per person. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if ticket pricing is prohibiting your attendance. Scholarships are available.
Hannah F. Berger, MPA, CFRE
As a Consultant and Coach, Hannah has supported dozens of nonprofit organizations in raising more than $100M, specializing in major expansion campaigns, board recruitment and development, development audits, program restructuring initiatives and the creation of strategic development plans. An expert at revitalizing fundraising programs to realize exponential growth, Hannah is skilled at building authentic relationships with clients, donors, media, and community members alike and thoroughly enjoys coaching other mission-driven professionals to do the same. Using a no-nonsense, heart-centered approach, Hannah finds joy in coaching non-profit executives and board members, to turn their passion for community, connection, and justice into strategic goal setting and effective daily action.
A lifelong learner, Hannah also loves to teach and has been a featured trainer for Candid and the Fundraising Academy. Hannah holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Non-profit sector management from California State University, Northridge, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Irvine. Hannah is an avid traveler and foodie, currently based in Los Angeles.