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After nearly 17 years of fundraising, I became a Fundraising Transformer because I realized there were still some things I needed to learn. To learn new and relevant skills. The best part of being in the Fundraising Transformers community is the community itself. It gives me a platform to talk to my peers, listen to how they're resolving some of their issues, and the opportunity to share some of my experiences. If you're considering becoming a Fundraising Transformer, my advice to you is this: do it! Whether you're entry-level or a seasoned professional, this is the platform to help you be more successful.
Amanda Johnson, Vice President, Partnership Development, Multiplying Good, Indianapolis, IN
Tammy has helped us really understand how to communicate better with our donors; how to make sure our mission is at the frontline of their decision-making. She has been an absolute joy to learn from over the past two years. This is the first fundraising role that I have ever been in before. At 30 years old, I'm wondering how do I rocket-launch my fundraising expertise. You learn from Tammy Zonker, that's what you do! I'm excited to learn from her and continue to see how she transforms the world through her Fundraising Transformers.
Stevie Shumate, Market Fundraising Associate, Chapters Health Foundation, Tampa, FL
Tammy's training tools are incredibly applicable to diverse levels of experience. Her coaching style is kind and attentive, in that of a highly-engaged developer with a strong growth mindset designed to help you be your very best. The best part of being in the community is access to industry experts who have storehouses of experiences and tried-and-true tools that can help you be successful. It's like having a team of people you can go to ask questions, get feedback and guidance when you're stuck or want to validate what you're doing is correct.
Hannah Hoskins, Corporate Volunteer Partnership Network, Detroit, MI