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Friday, August 15 • 9:15am - 10:15am
SESSION 303 - Access to Funds Means Access to Archives: How Raising Private Money Works

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This session will sharpen archivists’ skills in fundraising so that we can obtain monies that ensure access and success. We can be outstanding in obtaining private funds because we know how to get collections of papers. These skills are like the skills needed to obtain financial donations. Attendees hear from a state archivist, a university development officer, and a records manager who work to ensure that access to archives continues through raising private funds.

Shimer: A Case Study: Creating A Non-profit Foundation Within A Professional Membership Association
Ward: The NY Archives Partnership Trust: An Early Experiment in Archival Fundraising
Yousey-Hindes: Fundraising for Archives (and Archivists): A Development Officer’s Perspective

Speakers
avatar for Fynnette Eaton

Fynnette Eaton

Archivist, Eaton Consulting
Fynnette Eaton served as a government archivist for more than 30 years – dividing her time between the U.S. National Archives and the Smithsonian Institution. She has been involved with the management of archival electronic records for more than twenty years. Her first experience with electronic records was as an archivist and then as Branch Chief for the Technical Services Branch of the Center for Electronic Records, where she was... Read More →
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Preston Shimer

Former Foundation Administrator, ARMA International Educational Foundation
Served as the administrator of the ARMA International Educational Foundation for 11 years. Before that, VP of Marketing for Zasio Enterprises (RIM Software) and Corporate Records Manager for Rockwell International. Active in publications projects for ARMA International.
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Chris Ward

State Archivist, New York State Archives
Christine Ward is the New York State Archivist and Chief Executive Officer of the New York Archives Partnership Trust, the fundraising arm of the Archives. Throughout her career, Ms. Ward has published and lectured on topics concerning the archives profession and has provided expert advice to national organizations on the management of preservation programs as well as on administration and strategic development for cultural organizations. Ms... Read More →
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Benjamin Yousey-Hindes

Associate Director of Development, Yale University Library
Ben Yousey-Hindes is the head of development for Yale University Library, the third-largest academic library system in North America. In this role he oversees individual and constituency-wide donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship in support of a wide range of units, collections, and programs, including Manuscripts & Archives. Ben has extensive experience as an archival researcher in the United States and Europe, and makes regular use... Read More →


Friday August 15, 2014 9:15am - 10:15am
Washington 4 [Exhibition Level] Marriott Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, DC 20008

Attendees (130)