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Apr 10
8:30AM - 4:30PM

$125 Members
$150 Non-members

1800 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
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DM 201

Building on the practices and concepts put forth in the extremely successful DM101 program, DM201 has something for everyone. It goes beyond the basics and principals of the “what’s” and the “if’s”, to explore the details and metrics of ongoing successful direct marketing programs. Utilizing plans, programs, data, and results gathered from actual client programs, Topics to be covered include:

  • The Metrics of Creative Testing
  • Modeling – Lists – Email Matching – Coop
  • Retention/Lapsed Strategies
  • Upgrading Mid-Level Strategies
  • Analytic Strategy Review
  • Multi-Channel Marketing

Taught by industry leaders, this full-day seminar will provide immediate educational benefits to the attendees, and provide actionable information which can be incorporated into current and future marketing efforts.

Whether you have been in the industry for 5 years or 25 years, this seminar is for you.


Agenda

8:30 – 9:00 AM – Registration and breakfast

9:00 – 10:00 AM – The Metrics of Creative Testing
Speakers: Kerri Kerr, Chief Operating Office, Avalon Consulting
                  Dennis Lonergan, President, Eidolon Communications

10:00 -11:00 AM – Modeling – Lists – Email Match – Coop
Speaker:  Roger Hiyama, Vice President, Client Services, Wiland

11:00 – 11:15 AM – Break

11:15 – 12:15 PM – Retention/Lapsed Strategies
Speaker: Marie Kosanovich, Account Director, Lautman Maska Neill & Co.
                 Courtney Lewis, VP Client Services at CCAH

12:15 – 1:15 PM – Lunch

1:15 – 2:15 PM – Upgrading Mid-Level Strategies
Speaker: Karin Kirchoff, Founder and President, K2D Strategies
                 Kathy Swayze, Principal, Impact Communications

2:15 – 3:15 PM – Analytic Optimization
Speaker: Robert Connelly, Director of Strategic Services, Integral
                 Thalamus Hill, SVP Analytics, RKD Group

3:15 – 3:30 PM – Break

3:30 – 4:30 PM Multi-Channel Marketing
Speaker: Angela Struebing, Independent consultant, formerly of CDR
                 Katy Jordan, Vice President of Account Management, Nonprofit, PMX Agency
                 Nikki Minard, VP, Digital Marketing, Beaconfire RED

4:30 – 4:45 PM – Wrap Up/Q&A.


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Speakers

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Karin Kirchoff, President, K2D Strategies

With 25 years of experience working with and directly for some of the most dynamic and forward thinking nonprofits, Karin Kirchoff founded K2D Strategies to deliver top notch strategies to nonprofits causes in a way that serves their needs – and not the other way around. Karin has dedicated her career (and volunteer service) to making the world a better place. Her unique perspective and experience comes from serving in executive leadership roles for respected nonprofits like Defenders of Wildlife and National PTA and more than ten years of experience with two direct response agencies directing agency operations and client services. In each role, she has deployed a ceaseless focus on nonprofit direct response strategies and infrastructure needs in order to advance the mission of flagship brands, federated organizations and niche causes.



Her work across channels has helped raise more than $100 million for nonprofits serving nonprofits who focus on women’s and reproductive rights, advocacy for the LGBTQ community, human rights, wildlife and the environment, animal rights and protection, children and public education, music and the arts, and so much more!

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Angela Struebing, Sr. Director of Marketing - Mainstreet Card Acquisition and Customer Experience, Capital One

Angela Struebing is a direct marketing executive with 20 years of fundraising experience. She has created, designed and executed hundreds of fundraising campaigns for non-profit and political clients. By leveraging predictive analytics, she drives results through data-driven decisions joined with creative strategies for member and donor acquisition.

She is a consistent contributor to the thought leadership of the direct marketing industry. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and is recognized for her strategic expertise and her no-nonsense, analytics-based approach to client initiatives. Her writing can be found in numerous publications including Non-Profit Pro, DMAW Advents and the Huffington Post.
Angela was most recently the president of CDR Fundraising Group, a multi-channel agency focused on helping nonprofits optimize their online, direct mail, telemarketing and DRTV fundraising results. She is now headed to Capital One as Sr. Director of Marketing - Mainstreet Card Acquisition and Customer Experience.
Angela holds a MA in political management from the Graduate School of Political Management and a BA from Case Western Reserve University.

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Kerri Kerr, Chief Operating Officer, Avalon Consulting Group

Kerri joined the Avalon team in 2005, making the switch from client to consultant. She had already worked with Avalon closely for six years as Manager of Annual Giving Programs at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. It was at the Kennedy Center that Kerri honed her fundraising management abilities and developed her expertise in benefits- and mission-based offers, high-dollar and event fundraising, and donor relations consulting—all skills that continue to contribute to the success of her client accounts at Avalon.

As COO, Kerri is responsible for the day-to-day management of Avalon Client Services—supervising strategic consulting and deliverables for Avalon’s clients and ensuring that the staff and production processes are functioning at the highest level. She also oversees the fundraising programs for a diverse portfolio of clients, including the National Parks Conservation Association, National Geographic Society, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Friends of the Smithsonian, League of Women Voters, and the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Her analytical expertise and understanding of long-term member value, retention, and return on investment are invaluable assets for the client programs she manages. Kerri’s creative writing background also contributes to the compelling creative that has resulted in some of Avalon’s most successful breakthrough fundraising campaigns.

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Dennis Lonergan, President, Eidolon Communications

Dennis brings more than 30 years of experience to his role at Eidolon Communications, where he serves as creative strategist, message specialist and principal writer for its clients. He co-founded Eidolon with partner John Graves in 1987 after a stint as a freelance journalist and copywriter and as a senior writer for The Kamber Group, a Washington, D.C.-based public relations firm. Prior to joining Kamber, he was deputy press secretary for then-U.S. Rep. S. William Green (NY-18), and a political advertising producer. Dennis has created and written award-winning packages for the International Rescue Committee, Human Rights Campaign, Consumer Reports, United Nations Foundation, the Trevor Project and other organizations, and written for four Democratic presidential campaigns. He was co-chair of the board of directors of GLAAD/NY for two years, during which time he co-founded the GLAAD Media Awards. He is a former member of the board of directors of SAGE, Services and Advocacy for Gay & Lesbian Elders and an adult literacy tutor for Literacy Partners in New York.

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Roger Hiyama, Vice President, Client Services, Wiland

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Marie Kosanovich, Account Director, Lautman Maska Neill & Co.

Marie has worked in the Direct Marketing industry for over 20 years – 12 of which have been dedicated specifically to fundraising for nonprofit organizations. As an Account Director, Marie manages the direct response campaigns for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Parkinson’s Foundation, Marine Corps Association Foundation, United Spinal Association, Northern Westchester Hospital Foundation, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Prior to joining Lautman Maska Neill and Company, Marie managed multi-channel membership campaigns for arts and cultural institutions at The Lukens Company. However, her roots in production started at Quad/Graphics, where she trained in the pressroom and later managed accounts for multi-million-dollar magazines and catalogs. This in turn lead her to Production Solutions, where she honed her skills in direct mail marketing. She is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Direct Marketing Association of Washington as Programs Committee Chair.

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Courtney Lewis, VP Client Services at CCAH

Like most in the direct marketing field, Courtney fell into direct marketing ‘by chance’ – joining CCAH as an intern her senior year of college more than 12 years ago. Now, Vice President of Client Services, Courtney is a strong, analytical strategist with a solid creative eye that aids in the design of unique, exciting and successful integrated campaigns. During her tenure at CCAH, Courtney has worked with some of the largest charitable and political organizations across the industry.

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