AFP KS, Greater Wichita Chapter: Quarterly Dialogue Series: Race, Class, and Gender in the Shaping of American Philanthropy, with David Hanzlick, PhD., CFREApril 23, 2014
AFP Greater Wichita Chapter April Program: Race, Class, and Gender in the Shaping of America Philanthropy, with David Hanzlick
Wednesday, April 23
11:30 - 1:30 at the Kansas Humane Society
Whether you raise funds for social services, education, health care, the arts, and many other fields of endeavor, issues of race, class, and gender shape the work your organization does every day. Come learn about the riveting history of how the responses to these issues continue to influence philanthropy and fundraising. The presentation will empower you to be a better-informed fundraiser and more effective advocate for your organization and the people it serves.
About the Presenter
David Hanzlick serves as the Director of Program and Development at Sheffield Place, a treatment and supportive housing program for homeless mothers and their children in Kansas City, MO. He has been on the Sheffield Place staff for nearly four years. He is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and a past president of the Mid America Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
David recently earned a PhD Political Science and History from UMKC – a process that took just nine short years. His research focus is on late nineteenth century social history with an emphasis on the development of philanthropy and women’s activism in Kansas City. He and his wife, Janee’, have two grown daughters and live in Overland Park with their schnoodle, Oliver.