2022 ANA Nonprofit Federation Winter Conference

Presented by Data Axle
February 9–11, 2022 | Washington, D.C. and Virtual

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About the Conference

As marketing's evolution accelerates, you need to keep up. At the 2022 ANA Nonprofit Federation Winter Conference, presented by Data Axle, you'll hear case studies and success stories from experts and industry leaders that offer you actionable solutions to the issues and challenges you face in 2022's challenging and dynamic environment.

The conference will bring together fundraising and marketing professionals to exchange innovative ideas and generate creative strategies that can help you build and strengthen your relationship with your donors.


Join the conversation at #ANAnonprofit


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Scholarship Opportunities


Scholarships for Individuals from Nonprofit Organizations – In-person Conference

Application Deadline: Wednesday, January 5, 2022

The ANA Nonprofit Federation awards conference scholarships based on contributions from our conference sponsors. Only individuals employed by nonprofits engaged in fundraising with annual revenue of $10M or less qualify. Special consideration will be given to organizations whose missions focus on advocating for/serving diverse and/or underserved communities. Scholarship recipients will have access to all sessions and conference activities provided in-person at the Winter Conference at Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.

Review terms, eligibility, and apply for a scholarship here.


Scholarships for Nonprofit Organizations – Corporate Virtual Package Scholarship

Application Deadline: Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The ANA Nonprofit Federation awards conference scholarships based on contributions from our conference sponsors. Only nonprofits engaged in fundraising with annual revenue of $10M or less qualify. Special consideration will be given to organizations whose missions focus on advocating for/serving diverse and/or underserved communities. Anyone from your organization can register to attend the Virtual Conference.

Review terms, eligibility, and apply for a scholarship here.


Nonprofit Executive Roundtable (Limited Capacity)

Wednesday, February 9, 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. ET | In-person Only

In this invitation-only event, nonprofit fundraising leaders openly discuss the latest trends, explore issues, and share insights being realized from organizations across the nonprofit community. This exclusive, nonprofit-only, facilitated discussion will allow industry executives to connect with peers and knowledge-share ideas and learn from each other on an intimate level. Be prepared to interact with your peers, to discuss your experiences, and to find meaningful solutions.

If you would like to attend this invitation-only event, please let us know. 



Tap into rich insights, best practices, case studies, and the latest trends from leaders in marketing and advertising.


Connect with peers from businesses large and small to expand your personal network and sphere of influence.


Advance your marketing knowledge and that of your team to drive sustained growth for your brand and business.

The 2021 ANA Nonprofit Federation Winter Conference in Two Minutes

Relive the best of last year's conference in this brief overview.

Highlighted speakers include:

  • Brian Mittendorf, Ph.D., Fisher Designated Professor of Accounting, The Ohio State University
  • Melanie Sovern, Senior Marketing Manager, Sustainer Giving, Doctors Without Borders
  • Jaida Vaught, Chief of Marketing & Strategic Partnerships, GirlTrek
  • Donna Vieira, EVP and Chief Commercial Officer, Sallie Mae

Conference Venue

Your In-Person Venue

Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.

901 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20001

Located within walking distance of historic local attractions and exciting nightlife, the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. is designed for the multi-dimensional conference attendee.

For those registered to attend the conference in person, the ANA has negotiated a special room rate of $265 per night at the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. The cut-off date to obtain this discounted rate is Tuesday, January 18, 2022, after which prevailing rates apply.

As we move closer to the conference date, please check back here for a link to make use of this benefit. We will also provide more information about how we're committed to making the in-person experience safe and valuable for all attendees.

Your Virtual Event Platform
Welcome to Grip

We know that not everyone will be able to travel for this event, so we are also providing a remote participation option powered by Grip, an AI-powered event matchmaking service that uses natural language processing, advanced algorithms, and deep neural networks to learn about your professional goals and interests.

Grip takes the work out of networking through intelligent matchmaking — making it more fun and giving you a higher return on time as you network with other attendees and exhibitors, arrange meetings, and identify potential business contacts. Utilize Grip to:

  • Make connections with significant people you would not have met otherwise
  • Expand your professional network
  • Create business opportunities with other event-goers
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Hosts and Speakers

Steve Abrahamson

VP, Direct Response

National Audubon Society

Scott Bell

Vice President, Client Services


David M. Bersoff

Head of Global Thought Leadership Research

Edelman Data and Intelligence (DxI)

Senny Boone

SVP, Nonprofit Federation, Email Experience Council & Accountability


Wiley Bowen

Director of User Experience

Blue State

Eloise Caggiano

Vice President of Development, Marketing & Communications

American Parkinson Disease Association

Ross Dickman

Chief Operating Officer

Hire Heroes USA

Michelle Ehrhardt

Senor Director, Direct Response

National Audubon Society

Harmonie Farrow

Director Annual Giving

Children's Health of Texas

Stephen Ferrando

SVP Strategy and Analytics

TrueSense Marketing

Luke Franklin

Vice President, Membership


Carl Fremont

Chief Executive Officer


Cate Gavin

Associate Director, Integrated Account Management


Becky Graninger

Chief Development and Marketing Officer

Feed the Children

Justin Henry

Executive Vice President

Synergy Direct Marketing Solutions

Catharine Holihan

Managing Director, Direct Mail & Marketing Operations

American Cancer Society

Cara Holland

Director of Supporter Acquisition, USA Mass Markets

International Rescue Committee

Victoria Horcasitas

Manager of Development Operations

Shriners Hospitals for Children

Tobes Kelly

VP and Head of Digital (Marketing, Revenue & Operations)


Katie Kempner


Perspectives with Katie Kempner

Margi Kirst

Chief Development Officer, Operation Homefront

Kiki Koutmeridou

Chief Behavioral Scientist


Hollie Kuntzmann

Director of Fundraising Operations

PETA Foundation

Charlotte Levitt

Director of Marketing & Digital Communications

New York City Campaign Finance Board

Kristin Mansolillo

Senior Account Director, Integrated Services

Edge Direct

John McCarthy

VP, Database Operations & Strategic Initiatives

ROI Solutions

Maureen McNally

Executive Vice President

Mission Wired

Christy McWilliams

Senior Director, Client Strategy

American Cancer Society

Sean Murphy

Sr Manager II, Grant Portfolios

Walmart Foundation

Sonia Jackson Myles

Founder & CEO

The Accord Group LLC

Dan Pazos

Senior Manager, Digital Fundraising

The National Audubon Society

Larissa Peters

Digital Fundraising Manager

Catholic Relief Services

Maïca Pichler

Director, Digital Strategy & Operations

THD, Inc.

Whitney Quesenbery


Center for Civic Design

Kim Richardson

Director, Client Strategy


Jann Schultz

ANA NF Advisory Council Vice Chair

Kelley Stewart

Executive Vice President


Katie Valvo

Vice President, Strategy and Planning


Valerie Vierengel

Account Director

K2D Strategies

Fatima Villarreal

Associate Development Officer, Corporate Partnerships

Children's Health of Texas

Elyse Wallnutt

Sr Director, Marketing, Advertising & Brand

World Food Program USA

Hope Wohl




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