Get in the Driver's Seat - Defining and Promoting Your Role as a Leader in Prospect Development
You know the importance of prospect development and the value it brings to a development team, but does everyone outside the prospect development team know it, as well? As prospect development professionals, we have opportunities every day to showcase our skills and present real results but what is the best way to do this? How can we move the needle on our impact within our development teams while also growing as leaders? Join me to hear lessons I've learned while leading small and large-ish teams.
Beth Trammell Inman
Senior Director, Prospect and Donor Research
Beth Inman is the Senior Director, Prospect and Donor Research at Shriners Children’s. Prior to joining Shriners, Beth was in similar roles at The George Washington University, Colby College, JDRF, and the University of South Carolina. Before her development career, Beth was the associate curator of American and decorative art at the Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, SC. She is currently on the faculty of Apra Fundamentals and, for Apra International, she has served on the Ethics & Compliance committee and chaired the Awards committee. Additionally, Beth is a board member of NEDRA and is the former president of Apra Carolinas. She was the recipient of the 2017 Apra Carolinas Distinguished Service Award and the 2019 Apra International Distinguished Service Award.
Beth is a native of Charlotte, NC and holds a bachelor’s degree in art history from the University of North Carolina Greensboro and a master’s degree in art history from the University of South Carolina. She is passionate about literacy, the arts, and women’s rights causes and is mom to a daughter who attends Auburn University.