March Conversation & Coffee
Topic: The Case of Buster Mayberry
March 18th, 2020, 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Fifth Third Madisonville Center Operations Center Directions
Register by March 17th, 2020
The Case of Buster Mayberry
Starring/Facilitated by Barbara Yeager, CGP
Featuring Jim Friedman as Buster Mayberry (in his GCPGC stage debut)
Buster Mayberry is a long-time donor to High State University. A succession of fundraisers has treated him like a checkbook because he’s always willing to help. But no one really understands why he’s been loyal, or what might increase his giving. During this highly interactive program, you will meet Buster in person. Using clues from his donor file and family and financial history, you will attempt to uncover his passions and move his philanthropy to a new level. Buster is based on a real donor, and at the end of the meeting, we’ll reveal how a young gift planner moved beyond the transactional to the transformative and unlocked Buster’s passion and wealth.
Director of Education
National Association of Charitable Gift Planners
A 25-year veteran of the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners, Barbara takes on several leadership roles. Through CGP’s Leadership Institute, she helps members advance the art and science of philanthropy, working side by side with volunteers to shape standards and best practices for the gift planning community.
Barbara manages education and networking programs for the annual CGP Conference, and is an active force in CGP’s metrics and counting task forces.
Known for her research skills, Barbara continues to advance her credentials in the gift planning field. In 2015, she earned the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy credential from The American College, and she works with the college to provide CAP curriculum resources and programs that foster collaboration between nonprofit and for-profit advisors.
Before joining the CGP staff, Barbara worked as a public librarian and as a technical writer and systems analyst. She is a member of the board of CGP Indiana Chapter and the planned giving advisory committee of the Carter Center.
Barbara earned a master’s degree in library and information science from Kent State University, where she also earned a bachelor’s degree in English, summa cum laude, and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. In her community, she is a Girl Scout volunteer and a costumer for community theater groups.
Jim Friedman, Director, Planned Giving & Endowments, Jewish Federation of Cincinnati
WHEN: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
7:30 – 8:00 a.m. – Networking with the Speaker
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. – Program
Fifth Third Madisonville Operations Center
5050 Kingsley Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45227
WHO: GCPGC members and guests
Cost: Free for all attendees, thanks to our sponsor, The Fifth Third Foundation.
Bring a colleague or board member to learn what the GCPGC is about…
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Members of the 2020 Conversation & Coffee Committee are Amy Cheney of Crayons to Computers, Mindy Hammer of the Free Store Food Bank, Jeff Lydenberg of PG Calc and Conrad Theide of Cincinnati Public Radio. For more information on upcoming Conversations and Coffee programs, please visit the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council website at http://www.gcpgc.org.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Conversation and Coffee is hosted at the Fifth Third Madisonville Operations Center and is always the 3rd Wednesday morning of each month.