The EAFC meets the second Wednesday of January, February, March, April, May, September, October and November.
Meetings begin with networking at 7:45 a.m. and a presentation begins at 8:00 a.m. All regular meetings are held on the lower level of the German American Bank building in downtown Evansville at 21 SE 3rd St, Evansville. Parking is available behind the building or across the street at no cost.
January 9, 2019
Speaker: Timothy G. Bryan — Accounting professor at the University of Southern Indiana, USI Foundation Director and Chair of the USIF Audit Committee
Topic: “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. What did they do to us now?! “ With his keen sense of humor and ability to engender lively discussion about current tax issues facing non-profits, this promises to be an informative and enjoyable session to kick off the New Year.
February 13, 2019
Speaker: Susan E. Fetscher — Grant and Research Coordinator, USI Foundation
Topic: Susan has been doing grant and research work for over ten years. With her outgoing personality she makes her world come alive for us. To those participants her work will seem not only fun but exciting. Come join Susan for Research and Grants: Tips and tricks to maximize results with minimal effort.
March 13, 2019
Speaker: Jamie D. Levy — President and Director of Vision, J D Levy Associates, Faculty Member, Indiana University
Longtime friend to EAFC, and someone who was a gift officer before founding his consulting firm, Jamie will talk with us this year about why vacations are essential in our work and the always imminent danger of burnout. Come and be ready to be rewarded with candy when you participate in his always-interactive and fun presentations.
Title: Self-Care to Benefit All
April 10, 2019
Speaker: Jerry A. Linzy — Executive Partner Emeritus, Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners
Topic: After decades of work as a principal in one of the most well-known and prestigious consulting firms in the world, Evansville native Jerry Linzy is the undisputed dean of fundraising counsel. Jerry’s presentation is titled: 50 years of experience: The Takeaway-A Sense of Humor. Plan to come with questions. This is a marvelous opportunity to learn from an expert who is the consummate professional.
May 8, 2019
Leave A Legacy Luncheon
September 11, 2019
Speaker: Trent A. Engbers — Assistant Professor of Political Science, Director of the Master of Public Administration Program, University of Southern Indiana
November 4 - 6, 2019
The Fund Raising School, a program of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University.