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Oct 30, 2019

This Fundraising Voices podcast features provocative fundraising expert Jason Lewiss, CFRE, author of The War for Fundraising Talent. Jason and host Brian Gawor discuss:

  • Challenging the assumptions we have about what it takes to be a successful fundraiser.
  • What’s happening in small and large shops to recruit and retain top fundraising talent.
  • What you can do as a fundraiser to become better, and advance your career.
  • What’s next for 21st fundraisers looking to engage new and diverse donor populations.

Get the War for Fundraising Talent book here.

And check out Jason at Responsive Fundraising.

Our guest: Jason Lewis, CFRE, Founder of Responsive Fundraising


Jason Lewis is willing to question deeply engrained beliefs and assumptions about how effective fundraising really works.  Whether writing or speaking, Jason challenges the prevailing wisdom about effective fundraising practices, hiring decisions, and donor behavior. In the last two decades, Jason has raised millions of dollars for a variety of non-profit organizations throughout the United States. He has been certified and re-certified as a Certified Fundraising Executive and recognized as a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Master Trainers. Jason earned his MS in Nonprofit Management at Eastern University in 2010 and in 2014 graduated from the College of Executive Coaching. Jason also hosts the Fundraising Talent podcast where he features the voices of top fundraising professionals.