NSFRENational Society of Fund Raising Executives (now the Association of Fundraising Professionals, AFP)
NSFRENational Science Foundation Research Experience (undergraduate research program)
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"Before, there was only one (dot-com at the '99 NSFRE conference in Miami), then there were 30.
"There certainly was a shakeout in terms of companies without good business models," said Mike Pennell, vice president of marketing for MindArrow Systems, the Aliso Viejo, Calif., company that purchased Ecommercial.com last year, after the NSFRE show."
The NSFRE Fund Raising Resource Center maintains a collection of over 3,200 works.
"That's why we try to abide by standards at the NSFRE."
Nan Selz Brown, president of the Arkansas chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and current president of NSFRE's Arkansas chapter, says members adhere to a strict code.
The shorter acronym ironically seeks to represent a broader vision of the fundraising profession that would include the disciplines of marketing, public relations, advocacy and communications -- in a new "golden age for philanthropy." In a statement on the name change, Paulette Maehara, president and chief executive officer of NSFRE, pointed out that AFP "more accurately reflects our changing demographics and who we are.
Just weeks after the NSFRE conference, at least one vendor had changed its name, and the months since have seen the Internet industry start to experience a shakeout.
During the conference, NSFRE President and CEO Paulette Maehara predicted the influx of Internet companies would spell change for the sector overall.
"Foundations really like innovative, creative, new programs," NSFRE's Lewis stresses.
* The National Society of Fund Raising Executives, (NSFRE) Alexandria, Virginia, is a place to gather information and network with other grant seekers.
Tieman made his comments as part of a panel during the 2000 Fund Raising Day in New York in the session, "A Model For Incentive Compensation." The event was sponsored by the Greater New York Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives (NSFRE).
While Basista worries about technological transgressions against his members, Pat Lewis, president and chief executive officer of the National Society of Fundraising Executives (NSFRE), Alexandria, Virginia, worries about her members being the transgressors.