Ned has been involved in fundraising for 13 years. In his current position, he is responsible for consulting on philanthropic issues including Annual Campaigns, Major Gifts and Capital Campaigns. He is also responsible for Feasibility Studies, Fundraising Audits and Public Relations programs and campaigns. Previously, as Director of Advancement at Cathedral High School, Ned ran a one-person development shop responsible for the Annual Fund, Major Gifts initiative, Special Events, Communications and Public Relations. He currently serves as Immediate Past President for The Connecticut Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in History from Georgetown University and a Master's Degree in American History from Providence College. He is a member of Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Edith has been involved in nonprofit development for six years and has raised over $6 million. Currently, as Director of Development and Marketing at Hildebrand, she is responsible for fundraising in the one-person development with minimal resources. She builds awareness of the mission and communicates it internally and externally with the goal of building relationships and raising funds to further grow the organization's programs and service the local and national community. Previously, at Franciscan Hospital for Children and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, she was a one-person development shop working with a shoestring budget while coordinating development and marketing efforts. Edith obtained her Bachelor of Science in Business Management and her MBA in Business Management from Boston University. She is a member of Boston and Cambridge Chambers of Commerce and the International Association of Independent Registered Financial Consultants.
Dorothy has been involved in fund raising for four years. In her current position, she is responsible for fundraising follow up at Temple Beth Shalom (TBS) of Melrose, Ma. Dorothy was the "Clerk of the Works" for a Capital Campaign culminating in the rebuilding of TBS. She was the center of fundraising, meeting with donors, community outreach, budgeting, financing, etc. She led the design committee and construction committee and was selected by TBS to serve as the liaison between the architect, contractor and the Temple board. She is a self-employed music teacher, music director, and accompanist. Dorothy currently serves as a Board Member of the Massachusetts Music Teachers Association. She earned a Masters in Piano Performance from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Music from the Crane School of Music.
The John Hancock Hotel & Conference Center
40 Trinity Place
Boston, MA 02116
By Subway/Commuter Rail
Back Bay Station
Orange Line or Commuter Rail. Turn right on Dartmouth Street. Make first right onto Stuart Street. Make first right onto Trinity Place. We are on the left.
Green Line. Walk diagonally across Copley Square towards Trinity Church. Walk between Copley Plaza Hotel and John Hancock Tower onto Trinity Place. We are one block down on left.
Directions by Car
From Logan Airport
Follow signs to Sumner Tunnel. After exiting the tunnel take second right onto Rt. 93 north. Exit at Cambridge/Storrow Drive. Follow Storrow Drive signs to Back Bay and exit at Copley Square (a left exit). Turn right at the lights onto Beacon Street. At the second set of lights, turn left onto Clarendon Street. Follow Clarendon St. through (7) sets of lights and look for the Garage @ 100 Clarendon on the right.
From the West
Follow the Mass Pike (Rt. 90) East towards Boston and take Exit 22 (Prudential Center/Copley Square). Bear right to Copley Square. This will bring you onto Stuart Street. At the second set of lights, take a right onto Clarendon Street and look for Garage @ 100 Clarendon on the right.
From North or South
Follow Route 93 towards Boston and take Exit 26 (Storrow Drive/Cambridge). Follow signs onto Storrow Drive/Back Bay. Follow Storrow Drive signs to Back Bay and exit at Copley Square (a left exit). Turn right at the lights onto Beacon Street. At the second set of lights, turn left onto Clarendon Street. Follow Clarendon St. through (7) sets of lights and look for the Garage @ 100 Clarendon on the right.
Parking at the John Hancock Hotel & Conference Center
The Garage @ 100 Clarendon is right next-door. Day parking validated at $27 per day for less than 10 hours
Garage @ 100 Clarendon
100 Clarendon Street
Boston, MA 02116
Hours: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
This is a public lot and is not dedicated to CFNPS attendees. They have 2000 spaces and the lot never fills up.
$ 7.00 - 1/2hr or less
$10.00 - 1/2hr up to 1hr
$14.00 - 1hr up to 1 1/2hrs
$17.00 - 1 1/2hrs up to 2hrs
$22.00 - 2hrs up to 2 1/2hrs
$27.00 - 2 1/2hrs up to 10hr
Note: Posted Daily Rates Start at 5:00 AM
Form of Payment Accepted: Cash, check and most major credit cards are accepted.
Self-Payment or Attendant: Self-Payment
A validation stamp is available to CFNPS guests who stay overnight in the John Hancock hotel if the vehicle stays in the garage for a 24 hour period. If not staying for a 24 hour period, you will be charged at an hourly rate as listed above.
Driving Directions to the lot: See above under Directions by Car.
Walking Directions from the lot to the registration table: Head north on Clarendon Street toward Stanhope Street. Turn left at Trinity Place. Enter the John Hancock Conference Center and take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Exit the elevator and go to the left through the Foyer and head to the right into the Atrium. Our registration table will be located in the Atrium.
Walking time: 5 minutes
Most hotels near the Summit venue are within the $169 - $315+ per night range. The following hotels are within a half-mile radius of the hotel.
1. John Hancock Hotel BOOK NOW 0 miles from venue
2. Radisson Boston Hotel BOOK NOW .4 miles from venue
3. Hilton Boston Back Bay BOOK NOW .5 miles from venue
4. Sheraton Boston Hotel BOOK NOW .5 miles from venue
5. Courtyard by Marriott
Boston Tremont Hotel BOOK NOW .5 miles from venue
Our unique one-on-one mentoring sessions offer you the opportunity to sit down with an experienced fundraising professional for 30 minutes to discuss any questions that are specific to your organization. Mentoring sessions cover the same topics as the seminars, and we will assign you a mentor based on his/her availability at your requested times.
Mentoring sessions are available for the cost of $60.00 per session. If you register for a full Summit pass, 2 mentoring sessions are included in the pass.
Below is a list of mentors who will be available at the Summit. Please note that you must register to attend at least one seminar in order to sign up for a mentor.
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Breakfast -Prior to panel discussion, participants and experts become acquainted over a continental breakfast
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Lunch -Participants and experts registered for the next session make new contacts over lunch
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Networking break -Mid-afternoon refreshments are served to attendees registered for the next session
2:45 PM - 3:15 PM
8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Breakfast -Participants registered for the first session become acquainted over a continental breakfast
Networking break -Participants registered for the next session are served mid-morning refreshments
10:45 AM-11:15 AM
9:15 AM - 12:30 PM
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM