Price: Members $79 | Nonmembers $129
Original Presentation Date: November 2019
While the GDPR has been in effect since May 25, 2018, many organizations are still learning the scope and impact of these regulations. Advancement industry standards for the GDPR are emerging, including recent recommendations from CASE. Join this webinar to learn more about GDPR compliance, as well as the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) and new US regulations including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). In addition we will review the requirements for a Privacy Notice and Legitimate Interest Assessment.
This webinar is for anyone in advancement services, especially those working on biographic data quality; compliance; prospect research and donor relations.
About the Presenter:
Terry Callaghan is the AVP of Information Technology and Alumni Records for Rutgers University Foundation. As part of the Strategic Advancement Solutions Department, she is responsible for all technology solutions for the foundation, as well as biographic maintenance, gift acceptance, processing, acknowledging and analytics support.
Prior to her work in higher education, Terry was part of the IT management team at a fortune 100 investment company. There she led initiatives in data quality and governance.
Terry is a member of the executive board of the Association of Advancement Services Professionals (aasp) and serves as liaison to the Best Practices and Webinar committees. She has performed leadership roles in multiple Higher Ed advancement user groups, including: Salesforce, Ellucian (Sungard), aasp and CASE. Terry has served on the faculty for the CASE Advancement Services Leaders and CASE Gift Processing and Biographic Records conferences and is a frequent speaker on new technologies, strategic planning, data acquisition, analytics and data stewardship.
Terry serves on the executive board of the Bryn Mawr College Alumnae Association, her alma mater. She is a graduate of the MOR executive leadership program and earned a Mini-MBA in digital marketing and a certificate in Management Practices, both from Rutgers University.
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