Working remotely in the time of COVID-19


Event Info

CAGP Nova Scotia is pleased to present Cathrine Yuill, Director of Development, Dalhousie University as our opening speaker for the CAGP NS 2020-2021 professional development season. The session will be hosted on Zoom.

Featuring Cathrine Yuill | Director of Development, Dalhousie University

2020 will be remembered as the year we worked from home, but will there be a permanent change in how and where we work? Leading, coaching and motivating a development team remotely presents unique challenges. It also presents challenges to the development professional who must, in many cases, lead up and across. In this session we will explore strategies for successfully engaging and supporting your development team, helping them to feel connected and encouraging them as they continue to strive in their work, as well as strategies for development professionals in working with colleagues and leadership to succeed in their work.

cathrineyuill2.pngAbout the Speaker

Cathrine Yuill is a seasoned Executive Director, professional fundraiser, fundraising coach and Board member, having worked in a diverse range of non profit organizations over the last 25 years. Her deep experience in the sector has provided insight into the challenges and opportunities that smaller non-profit organizations face. Cathrine believes that genuine and supportive relationships in the workplace are what fuel our success in building relationships and support with our donors.

COST: $15 CAGP Members and AFP Members | $20 Non-members. CAGP members are reminded to please log in to your account to see the member pricing option. 

REGISTRATION POLICY: Online registration is required for all registrants.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations made up to 48-hours prior to the event will receive a full refund. Cancellations after this time (within 48 hours) will result in forfeiting of the registration fee paid.


24 September, 12:00pm


Online - Nova Scotia Chapter

Nova Scotia  Canada