Sessions & Speakers: Apra Australia Conference 2018

4 Sep 2018 10:59 AM | Anonymous member

The Apra Australia board have been busy putting together what is looking to be Apra Australia’s best conference yet. A full agenda of the day’s activities will be distributed within the coming weeks, but for those wondering what to expect on the day, below is a selection of topics and speakers you will hear from on the day.

For those yet to register, don’t forget to take advantage of the Early Bird offer before it closes on the 30th September Apra Australia 2018 Conference - 'Best Practice in a Growing Industry', $95 for members and $125 for non-members.


The framework and broad overview of Prospect Management at Caltech with a collaborative approach that advances a culture of philanthropy and drive toward campaign success

Vanessa Boyle, Assistant Director of Prospect Management, California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

A case study on the University of Melbourne’s response to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Linda Goldsmith, Specialist Trusts Lawyer, University of Melbourne and Edwina Kenrick, Head of Prospect Development, University of Melbourne

Researching diverse communities - It's a small, small world?           

Dan Hui Wang, Prospect Research Manager, Monash University and Deborah Hyland, Prospect Development Manager, UNSW     

How to use predictive analytics models and rankings to inform data driven decision-making

Joshua Forward, Annual Giving & Analytics Manager, Sydney Theatre Company

How fundraisers really use prospect research, and evidence of the value prospect research adds

Roewen Wishart, Director of Xponential Strategy, Xponential Philanthropy

Alumni prospecting and engagement

Bridget French, Senior Officer – Development, Griffith University

Creating an interactive campaign gift table based on your prospect list

Rehmana Khan, Senior Manager Information & Analytics, and Aiman Jajo, Manager Analytics, UNSW

WealthX - World Ultra Wealth Report (2018)

David Awit, Senior Director Middle East & Asia Sales, Wealth-X

A guide to life after death

Tim Grime, Prospect Intelligence Analyst, The University of Western Australia

Who are we? Sector survey results

Stephen Rowe, Prospect Research & Briefing Manager, ANU and President, Apra Australia

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