June 18, 2021 Educational Event: Deep Dive—Best Practices working with Clinicians and Patients (families) within a Grateful Patient/Family Program
Via Zoom Friday, June 18, 2021 ~ 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Join SCAHD in June to discuss grateful patient efforts, specifically working with clinicians, with an expert panel of proven high performing leaders/gift officers. The panel will discuss the challenges in working with physicians and nurses, how they navigated COVID with success, the new era of virtual donor meetings, aligning need to potential philanthropic opportunities, and much more. These two high achieving successful gift officers/leaders raise 7 figures or more each year, so it will be worth you time to learn some of the tricks of the fundraising trade.
Linda Lotz, Chief Development Officer – Oncology at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center
Linda Lotz is a seasoned, experienced, and successful fundraising professional. Currently serving as the Chief Development Officer for Oncology at Banner/MD Anderson Cancer Center just outside Phoenix, Arizona, Linda has spent her career on the frontline for philanthropy. She currently implements and manages campaigns/strategies for major gifts, annual gifts, corporate, foundation, and planned giving for Banner/MD Anderson. This includes overseeing the massive effort of grateful patient/clinician efforts for Banner/MD Anderson. Previous, Linda served as leader in the fundraising efforts at Seton Healthcare in Texas for nearly a decade, overseeing multiple hospitals philanthropic efforts. Linda is a proud graduate of Baylor University and was amongst the first to graduate from the Lily School of Philanthropy at IUPUI with her certificate of fundraising management.
Cortney DeLotto, Philanthropy Gift Officer – Marian Medical Center
Cortney Delotto is a philanthropy officer for major gifts at Marian Medical Center and Arroyo Grande Hospital. Over the past 3 years at Marian and AG, she has developed a reputation for delivering results by developing a pipeline and successful major gift results ($1M+ annually) from scratch. Doing so has taken great effort in building deep and impactful relationships with physicians to allow her pipeline to grow into the robust and consistent operation it is today. Prior, Cortney worked at the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Southern California as the Major Gifts Manager, overseeing the major gifts program of multiple Houses. Cortney has also traveled worldwide teaching English, especially so in South Korea of several years. Cortney obtained her bachelor’s degree from Fordham and has a master’s degree from King’s College of London.