Peer to Peer Advanced Speaker Spotlight: Myrna Mulholland
On November 4 and 5, NonProfit PRO is hosting its annual peer-to-peer fundraising conference: Peer to Peer Advanced. Taking place in the heart of Philadelphia, attendees will gain a wealth of knowledge on advanced and innovative peer-to-peer tactics and learn how to strategize for future peer-to-peer programs, learning how to create sustainable programs that will not only engage fundraisers, but retain them, too.
Myrna Mulholland is VP of integrated fundraising at JDRF International and leads the teams responsible for all national events, including: One Walk, Gala, Ride/Endurance, Direct Response, Workplace Giving/Matching Gifts and Donor Experience — totaling nearly $150 million in annual revenue. She is also one of two master trainers for JDRF’s Mastering Relationship Management Skills (MRMS) Training Program.
Myrna joined JDRF in October 2014 as a region director for New York Metro/MAC region. In that position, she led 12 chapters working closely with the executive directors and volunteer leadership.
Prior to joining JDRF, Myrna spent 14 years with the National MS Society, where she worked on a local, regional and national levels. During her tenure, she led the development and launch of the society’s centralized mid and major giving programs and managed/supported 10 chapters, where she provided consultation, training, coaching and direction in the areas of operational planning, fund development, programs and services, budget development, financial management, staff/board development and strategic planning.
Prior to joining the MS Society, Myrna served as a sports and news producer. Myrna holds a B.A. in communications from Queens University of Charlotte, with a concentration in journalism. She currently lives in Potomac, Maryland and is married with three kids.
If you’re interested in learning more from Myrna (and engage in more next-level peer-to-peer thinking), secure your spot at Peer to Peer Advanced. Click here to learn more.