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Breakout Session 5B:
Stewardship TechXchange: Coronavirus Edition

Cheryl Lintner

Thursday, September 24
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

Session Description

With many of us quickly shifting to remote work during the pandemic, technology has definitely taken center stage. Now in its third year, the Stewardship TechXchange is back again, sharing both new tech and tech we continue to love. Whether software, digital equipment, e-communications, social media, or the newest tech gadget, there are a multitude of creative ways we can incorporate technology into donor relations—and you do not need to be a tech geek to know how! Join us for this rapid-fire technology sharing session to hear how peers are using technology not only to steward donors, but also on-the-job tech solutions to make your life easier. Participants are encouraged to bring their own favorite tech solutions to share as well, and each attendee will leave the Stewardship TechXchange with an updated resource list of tested technology solutions to help guide the way.

Keywords: Technology

 Who Should Attend?

  Suitable for all audiences Suitable for any size shop Suitable for all levels  

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn about practical applications of technology that can help steward donors in new and creative ways
  2. Help donor relations professionals to be more efficient with our everyday tasks
  3. Receive a comprehensive Stewardship TechXchange Resource List compiled based on peer recommendations

About the Speaker

Cheryl Lintner
Executive Director of Donor Relations
Meridian Health Foundation

Cheryl started her development career in 2008 in a small non-profit based within a healthcare institution. In 2010, she moved to donor relations in higher education at Rutgers University, then in 2013, returned to healthcare to develop the first comprehensive donor relations program for three hospital foundations within the RWJ Barnabas Health system. Cheryl currently leads a donor relations and communications team responsible for seven hospital foundations under the Meridian Health Foundation, part of the Hackensack Meridian Health system, where she has worked to grow a donor relations program that includes multiple, recurring touches for all donors and an emphasis on major donor stewardship. Prior to entering the non-profit sector, Cheryl worked in the legal field and in academia. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and History from the University of Delaware and a doctorate in Anthropology/Archaeology from the University of California, Berkeley.