What Kind of Champion are you?. How Time, Talent and Treasure Can Help you Achieve Your Mission. National Fundraising Committee Workshop Facilitators Diane Ludwig, CFRE, MO Kim Benziger , IL Claudia Gray, OR Judy Horan, CA Diane Patton, IA Pam Thiel, WI Staff
How Time, Talent and Treasure Can Help you Achieve Your Mission
National Fundraising Committee Workshop Facilitators
Diane Ludwig, CFRE, MO
Kim Benziger, IL
Claudia Gray, OR
Judy Horan, CA
Diane Patton, IA
Pam Thiel, WI
Tremayne Parquet – Manager, Individual Giving
Laura McCulty Stepp – Director, Annual Fund
Alicia Hetman – President AAUW CA
Judy Pfeil – Chair, National Public Policy Committee
Marie Wolbach, - Chair, National STEM Committee
Katie Benson – Staff, Research Department
Christine Hernandez – Manager, College & University
A just for fun, non-scientific exercise.
Answer seven simple multiple choice questions.
There are no right or wrong answers.
Go with your first instinct.
Tally your score
Count the number of times you selected an A, B, C, D, or E to see which you chose most often.
A- you are a protector
B- you are an educator
C- you are an advocate
D- you are a researcher
E- you are a leader
You are driven by the idea of justice. Laws and policies are written to protect our rights and they must be enforced. Other protectors include Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Andrea Neutzling the attorney who is fighting for the protection of people in the military.
You believe that education is the great equalizer, and that to educate a girl is to educate a generation. Other educators include Mary McLeod Bethune, Anne Sullivan, Clara Barton, and Gloria Blackwell, AAUW’s Director of Fellowships and Grants.
You believe that it is your duty to speak out for all those who can’t. That we must have policies in place that are fair to all women and girls, and public officials must be held accountable to the public. Other advocates include Jane Addams, and Lisa Maatz, AAUW Director of Public Policy and Government Relations.
You believe that we cannot advance equality without carefully studying issues that impact women so that we can use fact-based evidence to direct our actions. Other researchers include Marie Curie, Rachel Carson, Carol Gilligan and Catherine Hill, AAUW Director of Research.
You believe that great necessities call forth great leaders and that great leaders take us not necessarily where we want to go, but where we ought to be. Other leaders include Susan B. Anthony, Alice Paul and Kate Farrar, AAUW Director of Leadership Programs.