We all need more support. Especially this year! Let’s demystify the process for identifying our best candidates to support our work. Then let’s talk about tools and tips to determine the willingness to support and the level at which they can provide support. Learn more about prospect research and discovery visits with individuals, corporations, and foundations, too. We’ll look at tactics to support engagement while social distancing.
Aileen Rosa Sánchez is an entrepreneurial, donor-centric strategist with more than two decades of experience increasing revenue, engaging stakeholders, and furthering organizational missions. Aileen’s previous philanthropic portfolio includes Mayo Clinic, the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota, and various Twin Cities nonprofits, as well as political and foundation engagement. Aileen helped co-found the Latino Economic Development Center and also the New World School of the Arts Alumni Foundation in her hometown of Miami. She has also helped build diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at various institutions.
Aileen received her B.A. from Oberlin College; M.B.A. from Augsburg University; Oberlin College Community Action Fellowship; Mayo Clinic Bronze Quality Fellowship; Metro State University Community Development Careership; and Hispanics in Philanthropy Next Generation Philanthropy Fellowship. Aileen is the director of development and communications for Genesys Works Twin Cities and serves on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Minnesota Chapter and the Latino Economic Development Center.