Join Sandra Swirski, co-founder of an award-winning firm in our nation's capital, that advises nonprofit organizations on what's bubbling in Washington that could benefit or hurt fundraising goals. Sandra is deeply connected to the individuals and institutions influencing the public policy that shapes charitable giving. She is an accomplished specialist steeped in the bills and issues impacting philanthropy, wealth policy, and tax policy.
Strong leaders keep apprised of what policy changes are coming their way so they can plan, pivot, and shine. If you're ready to take your organization to the next level, come learn why your donors are concerned about looming policy changes, what you can do about it to ensure you retain and grow your donor base and what top nonprofits (small ones too) are doing to elevate their work and mission.
This is a program of the 501(c) Success National Speaker Series.
Sandra Swirski - Known for her political savvy, coalition-building expertise and substantive policy chops, Sandra translates Washington for tax-exempt organizations based on more than 30 years of experience. Her expertise comes from years on Capitol Hill working for seasoned Members of Congress and leading government relations teams for companies and clients in the private sector.
Swirski's management consulting experience includes working with non-profits and large membership organizations to reimagine, build capacity and scale their public policy and advocacy infrastructures.
She co-developed a series n the national election cycle for Columbia University's M.S. Nonprofit Management, School of Professional Studies, teaching Masters students how to leverage the political process to elevate their policy and advocacy ambitions.
Sandra serves as a Member of the Philanthropy Editorial Board of Trusts and Estates -- the pre-eminent, peer review journal and website for wealth management professionals serving the needs of high-net-worth clients, family business owners, family offices, charitably inclined donors and non-profit corporations.
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