Join us as we watch this recording of the AFP Global program Ethics: It's Not Just About the Money.Watch AFP's panel of experts as we explore ethics in 2020. We’ll be looking at ethics through the lens of diversity, inclusion and racial justice; soliciting and accepting contributions from individuals and institutions amid heightened social consciousness; dealing with controversial donors; and what ethical challenges have come to the forefront in this current environment.
Roberta (Robbe) A. Healey, MBA, NHA, ACFRE, Founding Member of Aurora Philanthropic Consulting, has practiced philanthropic fundraising and non-profit organization management for more than forty years. She is an accomplished fund raising generalist with successful track record of establishing and strengthening development offices. More than 150 organizations have benefitted from her fundraising, strategic planning, board development and training services. She Chaired the Board of Directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals International (AFP) 2009-10 and completed twelve years of Board service in December 2012. She is Immediate Past Chair of the AFP International Ethics Committee. The Greater Philadelphia Chapter/AFP named her the 2001 Fundraising Executive of the Year and AFP International awarded her the 2013 Barbara Marion Award for Outstanding Leadership. She served as a founding member of the LeadingAge Philanthropy Network and Co-chair of the LeadingAge Philanthropy Cabinet.
She earned a BS in Education from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts and an MBA from Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania where she is a member of the adjunct graduate Master of Public Administration faculty. She was the 75th individual to achieve the ACFRE, Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive credential and holds a Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrators License (NHA). Healey is a sought after international speaker and presenter, who earned the AFP Master Teacher designation in 2000, the first year it was awarded, and has been designated a Faculty Star by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). A Rotarian, she served as 2013-14 President of the Rotary Club of Greater West Chester Sunrise in West Chester, PA. She chairs the Westminster Presbyterian Church Endowment Fund Board and is a member of the Greater West Chester Sunrise Rotary Foundation Board.
Tycely Williams has inspired individuals and institutions to invest more than $100 million dollars in charitable causes. Over the past 23 years, Tycely advanced philanthropy as vice president of development of YWCA USA, as the chief development officer for the American Red Cross National Capital Region, an association director of major gifts for the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington, a director of development for two health and human services organizations, the artistic director of two community-based dance studios, and the executive director for a nonprofit organization founded by a Fortune 500 company.
A cum laude graduate of Wake Forest University, Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication with distinguished departmental honors and a minor in Journalism. Tycely possesses an Executive Masters in Leadership from The McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.
In her spare time, she chairs the Board of Trustees for Monument Academy Public Charter School and volunteers with numerous youth-serving organizations. A joyful divorcée, Tycely enjoys traveling, crashing charitable fundraising galas, taste-testing fried green tomatoes and conversing with values-driven leaders in preparation for her first book. You can follow Tycely’s take on youth engagement, voluntarism, and charitable fundraising on Twitter via @Tycely.
Simone Joyaux, ACFRE, AdvDip, FAFP
People describe Simone as a truth teller, provocative, inspirational, and thoughtful. In January 2020, Simone began her 33rd year as a consultant specializing in fund development, governance, management, and strategic planning. Prior to starting her consulting practice, Simone served as executive director and then as a chief development officer. She speaks worldwide and has been simul-translated into several languages. She also served as faculty in a university masters program in philanthropy and development. As a volunteer, Simone has founded two nonprofits and regularly serves on boards. She’s a former chair of CFRE International, Planned Parenthood of Southern New England – and she’s a board member of the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy in the U.K. Simone has written 3 books and contributed to multiple others. She blogs as Simone Uncensored. www.simonejoyaux.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark L. Hefter is a vice president at the American Technion Society (ATS). He works with donors on major gifts while directing ATS’s gift-planning programs. Mark also serves as national chair of AFP's U.S. Government Relations Committee and as a member of AFPs International Ethics Committee. Prior to joining ATS, he practiced tax and estate planning law (emphasizing charitable planning). He also was a consultant to foundations, nonprofit organizations, and their donors.
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