AGS Leaders Serve on Panel Discussion at National Conference

This past week, Head of School Ayanna HIll-Gill and AGS Board Member Nancy Mansfield were invited by the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools, and their strategic partners Graham Pelton and the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, to join a featured panel discussion during the CASE/NAIS National Conference held in Atlanta.

Their well-attended session was entitled The Power of What’s Possible: Growing Giving to Our Institutions, which tackled questions like: “How can independent schools build a shared community focused on fundraising that reflects the increasing diversity of multicultural and multigenerational donors? How are women leveraging their influence and power to bring others alongside them and to make bigger gifts?”

They are pictured above with the full panel: left to right:  Megan Murphy, Executive Director, National Coalition of Girls’ Schools; Andrea Pactor, Interim Director, Women’s Philanthropy Institute, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; Ayanna Hill-Gill, Atlanta Girls’ School; Nancy Mansfield, Director of the Women Lead Program, Senior Faculty Associate for Women’s Leadership Development, and AGS Board Member; and Elizabeth Zeigler, President and CEO, Graham-Pelton.