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Dr. Linnie Carter Participates in Community Diversity Forum

March 17, 2018 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, participated in a community diversity forum panel discussion. [Read more...]

Dr. Linnie Carter Serves as Guest Speaker during Doctoral Program Class

October 26, 2017 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, was a guest speaker during an Old Dominion University Ph.D. in Community College Leadership Program class.

The class was held on Oct. 25 and was comprised of intelligent, engaged, enthusiastic and inquisitive doctoral students. The students aspire to be community college presidents.

Dr. Carter’s topic was “The Art of Fundraising: Top 11 Fundraising-Related Expectations of Community College Presidents.” During the presentation, Dr. Carter discussed expectations, tips for interacting with donors and resources to improve fundraising skills.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event, please visit http://linniecarter.com/services/speaking-engagements/ and http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Participates in Community College Executive Symposium Panel Discussion

October 20, 2017 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, participated in a community college executive symposium panel discussion.

During the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) national conference in Anaheim, California, Dr. Carter was one of six panelists who discussed “Building a Relationship of Trust Between the Head of the College and the Foundation” on Oct. 13, 2017. The panelists included three community college presidents and their chief advancement officers.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event, please visit http://linniecarter.com/services/speaking-engagements/ and http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Presents at Community College Public Relations and Marketing Conference

April 2, 2017 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, led a session at a community college public relations and marketing conference.

During the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR) national conference in Charleston, South Carolina, Dr. Carter presented “Leveraging the Talents of Marketing and Fundraising Professionals to Communicate With Donors” on March 27, 2017.

The three-hour session focused on “making the pitch” and how marketing and fundraising teams can collaborate to effectively communicate with donors. Included in the discussion were real-life strategies that can be easily implemented to shape messaging to donors and enhance other donor-focused communication tactics.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event, please visit http://linniecarter.com/services/speaking-engagements/ and http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Presents at Business Expo

November 16, 2016 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, presented during the Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC Business Expo held on Nov. 16, 2016 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Carter presented “How To Use Social Media To Promote Your Business.” With the stiff competition for customers, successful businesses are finding financial and marketing success with social media. Session attendees learned how to use social media to promote their businesses, attract new customers and boost their bottom line. They learned real-world tips that they can implement right away – and at little cost.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event, please visit http://linniecarter.com/services/speaking-engagements/ and http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Featured in a Fundraising Book

October 17, 2016 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, was featured in a book, “Annual Fundraising Plans Made Simple: A Road Map for Community Colleges and Small Development Shops.” Written by Jeff Bagel, the book offers practical advice by community college fundraising experts.

Dr. Carter offered advice on working with board members, setting goals, alleviating staff burn-out, sharing institutional knowledge, improving the culture of philanthropy, improving board relationships and communication, determining the return on investment of special events and motivating board members.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event or consult with your organization, please visit http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Participates in Webinar about Community College Public Relations and Marketing

October 15, 2016 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, participated in a webinar about community college public relations and marketing.

Sponsored by the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR), the webinar, “Making the Pitch: Leveraging the Talents of Marketing and Fundraising Professionals to Communicate With Donors,” was held on Oct. 11, 2016.

The 90-minute webinar focused on "making the pitch" and how marketing and fundraising teams can collaborate to effectively communicate with donors. Included in the discussion were real-life strategies that can be easily implemented to shape community colleges’ messaging to donors and enhance other donor-focused communication tactics.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event, please visit http://linniecarter.com/services/speaking-engagements/ and http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Presents to Community College Leaders and Aspiring Presidents

October 15, 2016 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, presented during the AACC John E. Roueche Future Presidents Institute and AACC John E. Roueche Future Leaders Institute.

Sponsored by the American Association of Community Colleges, the institute presentations were made on Oct. 12, 2016 in Las Vegas.

Dr. Carter presented on the following topics:

  • The Art of Fundraising: Top 11 Fundraising-Related Expectations of Community College Presidents – During the session, she discussed fundraising-related expectations of community college presidents, outlined how community college presidents should approach fundraising and reviewed real-life examples of community college presidents’ roles in fundraising initiatives.

  • The Art of Fundraising: 16 Ways You Can Positively Impact Fundraising at Your Community College – During this session, she discussed basic elements of fundraising and ways the participants can impact fundraising at their colleges.

For information about how Dr. Carter can speak at your event, please visit http://linniecarter.com/services/speaking-engagements/ and http://linniecarter.com/contact/.

Dr. Linnie Carter Moderates Panel Discussion about Civility

April 30, 2016 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, moderated a panel discussion about civility at a community college in Pennsylvania on April 29.

The panelists included three community college presidents and human resource management professor.

During the event, the panelists discussed:

  • Civility in higher education

  • Civility in the age of social media

  • Civility and inclusion

To invite Carter to speak at your event, visit LCA online.

Dr. Linnie Carter Receives Leadership Award

April 8, 2016 by

Dr. Linnie S. Carter, APR, the president and CEO of Linnie Carter & Associates LLC and a community college vice president, received a leadership award from the community college she serves.

She received the Bruce E. Cooper, Esq. Leadership Award, which recognizes employees who have demonstrated results-oriented leadership in advancing enrichment of the College and its surrounding communities.

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