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Q&A: Engaging SLT, School Staff & Other Stakeholders
4pm GMT / 12pm ET / 9am PT / 6pm CET
Tuesday 07 Dec 2021
16:00 - 16:45 GMT
Development teams can often be seen as a mystery to other departments in your school, and yet their understanding and support is vital to the success of your fundraising.
By taking the time to engage your SLT, school staff and other stakeholders from your community, you can create advocates across the school, each with their own network to share your campaign with and drive to assist in reaching your fundraising goals.
This unique webinar will follow a Q&A format, hosted by independent schools fundraising consultant, Rachel Hadley-Leonard. You will be encouraged to contribute your questions during registration and throughout the session, for Rachel to answer.
About Rachel Hadley-Leonard
Rachel has experience in marketing, development and education, gained over twenty years at different schools and companies. Rachel has been a teacher, head of department & senior leader, trainer and consultant for a range of schools in the UK and internationally. She was a board director for the UK's Association of Marketing for Independent Schools (AMCIS) for six years, two of which as Co-Chair. Most recently, Rachel was the Foundation Development Director at Princethorpe College.
A frequent contributor to educational media, including writing articles for Independent Schools Magazine and Fundraising for Independent Schools, Rachel is also a regular conference speaker and a judge for both the TES Independent School Awards, and for InspirED Marketing in the US.
Rachel now works as an independent schools marketing, admissions and development consultant, working with schools to ensure growth, increased revenue and higher pupil numbers. Rachel’s particular strengths lie in the areas of stakeholder research, strategy and fundraising start-ups.