What We Think We Know: A Conversation About Ethical Fundraising
Date: Friday, October 7, 2022
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
FREE for AFP-NYC Chapter Members
What do we mean when we talk about ethical fundraising? How do we prepare ourselves and our teams to be more proactive rather than reactive in the moment when a situation arises that could conflict with our organization's mission or gift policy? Join Joyce Mitchell-Antoine, Vice President for Development at Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, Inc., for a discussion about core ethical values in fundraising and dealing with scenarios that you might find yourself in. Learn more about the AFP Code of Ethics; how to work with your team to create a safe environment that empowers them to make the right decision; and best practices for navigating challenging conversations.
This event is free of charge for AFP members and attendees are encouraged to share their own past or existing scenarios where an ethical question arose or general questions regarding ethical fundraising for the discussion.
Full participation in What We Think We Know: A Conversation About Ethical Fundraising is applicable for 1 point in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
Vice President for Development
Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, Inc.
Joyce Mitchell-Antoine, CFRE, has more than 30 years of experience in non-profit organization
management and development. She currently serves as Vice President for Development at Planned
Parenthood South Atlantic (PPSAT). She is an accomplished fundraising generalist, major gifts fundraiser
and development manager with a successful track record of building strong, strategic, and impactful
Joyce has been a contributing member of the Ethics Committee since January 2020. During that time
she authored one article: “You Don’t Own the Donor You’ve Cultivated—Here’s Why”, and was
interviewed in another article, “Tainted Donors: Know When to Say No”. In addition, to her service on
the Ethics Committee, she currently serves on the AFP US Foundation Board where she is a member of
the Donor Recognition Committee.
Joyce has a long history of service with AFP Global. She served as an At-Large member of the AFP Board
of Directors from 2005 to 2013. In addition to her role as a board member, Joyce served as Vice-Chari of
the Membership Services Division, chaired the Member Survey Task Force, and served on the Awards
Committee, the Membership Services Committee, The Transition Task Force, the Strategic Planning Task
Force, and the Foundation’s Fundraising Committee. For her tremendous service, Joyce was named the
2014 Barbara Marion Award for Outstanding Leadership to AFP
Joyce is Chair of The DOC Steering Committee (Planned Parenthood fundraising advocacy group) and
servers on the board of directors for TROSA, a comprehensive, long-term substance abuse recovery
Joyce is a native of Henderson, North Carolina. She currently lives in Raleigh with her husband Phillip
Antoine. Her hobbies include cooking and high performance driving!
AFP-NYC Chapter, Member Engagement Team Co-Chair
Director of Development
AFP-NYC Chapter, Treasurer
Vice President of Development
Jenn Moore recently joined DoSomething as its VP of Development in January 2022. Prior to that she has held executive fundraising positions at several organizations across the arts and youth development, sectors, most recently as the Vice President of Development at the SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education.
While leading the organizations’ fundraising efforts at the SIFMA Foundation, she created an individual giving program leveraging the organization’s volunteer base that saw a 54% increase in individual contributions in the first year of the program and increased institutional gifts by 14% within first two years. Additionally, during her tenure, the organization had a record setting gala employing a hybrid event format.
Jenn has a proven track record of developing and executing aggressive fundraising plans in partnership with Senior Leadership Teams and Boards of Directors. Her finance acumen and my strategic planning experience strengthen her ability to work across departments and understand the overall resources needed to increase organizational impact.
Jenn is a classically trained dancer, who performed with the legendary Mikhail Baryshnikov while in college, as part of the Capital Campaign for the Baryshnikov Arts Center. After moving to NYC on a fellowship with the Dance Notation Bureau, she worked on archival and staging projects with the Martha Graham Dance Company, the José Limón Dance Foundation, Jean Erdman and the Eleo Pomare Estate.
Jenn also is a 6-year member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, NYC Chapter, where she serves as Chapter Treasurer. She has previously Co-Chaired the Professional Advancement Committee and served as a member of the Nominating and Audit Committees. She earned her Master in Nonprofit Leadership from Fordham University, her Certificate in Nonprofit Finance and Reporting from Baruch College and her Bachelor of Fine Arts with Distinction in Dance from The Ohio State University.
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