Planning on taking the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Exam in 2024? Have you assessed your understanding of the 6 Knowledge Domains covered in the exam? What resources have you gathered to prepare? This webinar will focus on 10 great strategies to help you earn a passing score. Following these strategies will give you the focus and self-confidence you need to successfully prepare for the CFRE Exam.
Jack Alotto, MA, CFRE – Consultant, Trainer, Fundraising Academy; CFRE Ambassador
Jack is a graduate of Glassboro State College (now Rowan University), and he holds a master’s degree from the State University of New York at Oswego, both degrees are in Psychology. Throughout his career, Jack has served in a variety of fundraising positions in hospitals, social service, and the arts as executive director, development director, major gift and legacy giving manager, and foundation and corporate relations manager.
Jack is an AFP Certified Trainer, and he has taught a variety of fundraising classes at JFK University and the Fundraising Academy at National University. Jack is a California CFRE Ambassador, runs CFRE Study Groups, and has taught CFRE Review classes in the US and Canada.
Jack has presented workshops at AFP Global conferences and has published several articles and blogs. Jack is a hiker and traveler. He is committed and passionate about philanthropy and works diligently to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and access in the sector.
Kim Tyle, CFRE – Chief Development Officer at Ascension Providence and Ascension Providence Rochester Foundations
Passionate about serving others and making a meaningful impact, Kim Tyle, CFRE, transitioned from a successful career in hospitality management to become the Chief Development Officer for Ascension Michigan’s Metro West Region’s Foundations. With a heart for philanthropy and a background in hotel business, Kim’s journey is driven by the desire to create positive change. dations. With a heart for philanthropy and a background in hotel business, Kim’s journey is driven by the desire to create positive change.
- Understanding your own learning style.
- Creating a great study plan (a CFRE superpower) and finding accountability partners.
- Using proven Cause Selling strategies like time management, separating priorities from noise, and becoming a future-focused fundraiser
- Creating strategies to answer questions.
- Joining or starting a study group.
- Identify additional resources to guide your exam preparation.