Development Peer Network Coffee & Conversation: What Keeps You Up At Night?

Thursday, November 11, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EST)
via Zoom
Category: Peer Networks

You’re invited to the inaugural event of the Development Peer Network! This network is designed to be a resource for nonprofit fundraising professionals across the state, and we want you to be a part of it!

When we work collaboratively, we can only get stronger as fundraisers and become more effective servants for our communities. We invite you to join us to discuss the most pressing issues we as fundraising professionals face.

In that spirit, our first gathering will center around one question: "What keeps you up at night?" From creating a compelling case for grantors and donors to finding new ways to fundraise in this unpredictable climate, development professionals are being constantly challenged to evolve.

What challenge is your development team facing right now? What are you losing sleep over? You are not alone! Let’s chat about it over coffee. Join us for Coffee and Conversation on Thursday, October 21 at 8:00 am.

This s a members-only event and a benefit of belonging to Together SC.

You must register to attend.

Bryson Young

Leadership Team Chair, Development Peer Network

Chief Advancement Officer, Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired SC

Heather Singleton

Facilitator, Development Peer Network

Principal Consultant, Strategic Public Relations Consulting

Attendees (38)

Karen Addy

Development Coordinator

Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services (PAALS)

Jeni Becker

Donor Ambassador

Windwood Family Services

Tatjana Beylotte

Executive Director

Charleston Jazz

Dawn Bohanan

Development Manager

Habitat for Humanity of Berkeley County

LaTonya Boyd

Executive Director

Chester County First Steps

Sam Clements

Executive Director

Doors To Dream

Teresa Creech


The Early Learning Partnership of York County

Wallace Daniel

VP of Development

Carolina Youth Development Center

Beth De Santis


Fact Forward

Jennifer Harris

Regional Director of Development

Communities In Schools of South Carolina

Larry Hembree

Executive DIrector

Columbia Children's Theatre

Alana Jordan

Development & Membership Director

Together SC

Cindy Roberts Kellett


South Carolina First Steps

Maura Langston

Director of Sales


Julie Lonon

Director of Development

ETV Endowment of South Carolina

Mary Macdonald

Associate Director of Philanthropy

The Nature Conservancy

Lyndsey Marchman

Grants Development Coordinator

Children's Trust of SC

Kate Mayer

Director of Development

Women's Rights and Empowerment Network

Cayce McCullough MPA CFRE

Events and Corporate Development Manager

Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County

Alyssa McKenzie

Development Officer

Chapman Cultural Center

Diane Prewitt

Executive Director

Guiding Reins

Kristin Raymond

Director of Advancement

Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach

Anne Reid

Chief Development Officer

Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired SC

Amanda Richardson

VP for Resource Development

United Way of the Piedmont

Brooke Robertson

Director of Marketing & Communications

Neue South Collective

Angela Rodriguez

Executive Director

SC Spinal Cord Injury Association

Alexandria Russell

Development Manager

Charleston Legal Access

Sara Salley

Grants Manager

Richland Library

Heather Singleton

Principal Consultant

Strategic Public Relations Consulting

Heather Spires

Senior Development Officer

Columbia Museum of Art

Scott Stephens

VP of Development

South Carolina Historical Society

Alex Taylor

Engagement Coordinator

Together SC

Donald Thomas

Board Chair

James M. Hinton Foundation

Brett Wadford

Chief Partnerships Officer

Center for Heirs' Property Preservation

Torie Wilson

Executive Director


Bryson Young

Chief Advancement Officer

Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired SC

Samantha Zimmerschied

Executive Director

The Advanced Institute for Development and Learning

1 Other Registered Attendees