Peer to Peer Advanced Speaker Spotlight: Ryan Grosenick and Otis Fulton
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.
One session attendees can look forward to is “Predictive Analytics and the Peer-to-Peer Business Model.” If your organization is interested in learning more about predictive analytics — and who doesn’t? — this session is for you!
Ryan Grosenick, an analyst, and Otis Fulton, a social psychologist, will demonstrate the power of predictive analytics in regard to peer-to-peer event design. Does the bouncy house really matter? What about volunteer leadership?
Ryan is the senior data analyst at Turnkey. He is a VT physics graduate with special interests in astrophysics and soft matter physics. His undergraduate research was replicating the self-assembly of biopolymers through molecular dynamics simulations. When he is not working, Ryan loves to be out hiking out in Appalachia, relaxing on the beach or playing glorious video games on his custom desktop.
Otis was trained as a neuropsychologist and has spent the last 20 years using his background in psychology working primarily with multinational education companies. For 10 years, he was the SVP for government relations for MetaMetrics, Inc., a psychometric R&D company in Research Triangle, North Carolina. He has been a consultant since 2010. In addition to Turnkey, his current clients include Pearson Education and CogniSens, Inc., a "human potentials" firm affiliated with the University of Montreal.
He has degrees in social psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Virginia, where he also played on its first ACC Champion basketball team. He had a brief gig as an actor, but fortunately did not give up his day job.
If you’re interested in learning how predictive analytics relates to peer-to-peer events (and engage in more next-level peer-to-peer thinking), secure your spot at Peer to Peer Advanced. Click here to learn more.