Millennial Alumni Study:
Key Takeaways for the Nonprofit Sector
This webinar took place May 13th, 2015
About Our Speakers
Derrick Feldmann is a speaker, researcher and advisor for cause and corporate social responsibility engagement. He founded Achieve in 2008 to help causes and companies address their most pressing issues.
He is the lead researcher and creator of the Millennial Impact Project and is a co-author if the book Cause for Change: The Why and How of Nonprofit Millennial Engagement. He is on the Leadership Faculty of the Points of Light Corporate Institute and a guest lecturer for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.
Derrick holds a graduate degree from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IU.
Stacy Palmer is editor of The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Palmer is a featured speaker and panel moderator at The Chronicle's own conferences and webinars, as well as those sponsored by organizations such as CauseWired Communications, the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy Roundtable, The Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Central National Network, the Urban Institute, and the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network.
Before joining The Chronicle of Philathropy, Palmer was editor for government and politics at The Chronicle of Higher Education. She holds a bachelor's in International Relations from Brown University.
How do Millennials relate to the organizations they support? What do they want as a donor and how does that translate into future support and donations? We’ve got the answers! Join experts from The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the Millennial Impact Project to hear the key takeaways from the recent Millennial Alumni Study. Although this study looked at the giving patterns of young adults and their alma mater, the key takeaways are surprising and extremely relevant to nonprofits large and small.
A little about the study:
The Millennial Alumni Study is a first-of-its-kind study on how Millennial Alumni (born 1980-2000) engage, work with and view donating to their alma mater. The findings of this study help fundraisers lay the groundwork for a post-graduation relationship.