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"I very much enjoyed getting to know you at the Land Legacy retreat. You did a great job for us!"           
    -Theresa Burkett, Land Legacy

"You helped us take those first nervous steps and we became stronger every day with your support and guidance. How do we say thank you for that? You will always be a part of the comfort we offer those who need it most." 
    -Penny Huling, Clarehouse

"Kent, many times you have shared your gifts and knowledge with me in order to further the ministry of Wesleyan Christian School. I wanted to thank you for giving up your time to help me! May God continue to bless you as you have blessed others!"
    -Sherry Thomas, WCS

Recent Developments

January 2019


March 2011
Back by popular demand, Building Funder Relationships is the topic of Kent's training session at the March 31st, 2011 workshop presented in Tulsa by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. The workshop is coupled with a pre-launch book signing exclusively for attendees of the workshop. Optional individual one-on-one coaching consultations are also available after the workshop. To attend, click here.

March 2011

Kent is scheduled to conduct a book signing event for his new book, "Asking about Asking: Mastering the Art of Conversational Fundraising" at AFP's 48th International Conference on Fundraising in Chicago March 20-22, 2011. Drop by and see Kent from noon to 1:00, Monday the 21st at the Conference Bookstore, (just outside the Marketplace). AFP's exciting line-up of keynote speakers this year includes President Bill Clinton, Queen Latifah and Blake Mycoski. Meet fundraising professionals from around the world who have gathered to develop professionally. For more info click here.

March 2011
Kent gave the keynote address and presented a workshop based on his new book "Asking about Asking: Mastering the Art of Conversational Fundraising" on March 11, 2011 in Reno, NV.  This training day was presented by The AFP Sierra Chapter in partnership with the Alliance of Nevada Nonprofits, the Nevada Grant Professionals Association and the Planned Giving Round Table of Northern Nevada. Kent also held a book signing and conducted one-on-one coaching sessions for attendees. To learn more about coaching sessions for your organization, click here.

October 2010
Kent presented the morning training session "7 Reasons Campaigns Fail" at the AFP Arkansas Chapter's fall conference.  He was also the keynote speaker for the lunch session, presenting his book topic "Asking about Asking" and conducting a lively, interactive discussion. Kent also engaged in a productive dialogue with their chapter leaders about how to build their chapter membership. To book Kent as a keynote speaker or workshop presenter, click here.

December 2009

Kent to speak at the Association of Fundraising Professionals' International Conference in April, 2010

Please join me at AFP’s 47th AFP International Conference on Fundraising in Baltimore, MD, April 11-14, 2010 where I’ll be speaking!  Sponsored by Blackbaud, the conference will honor AFP’s 50th anniversary and celebrate fundraising’s bright future and its impact on people and societies around the world. At this special event, you will gain knowledge on the latest in fundraising and take advantage of exceptional networking opportunities

AFP will provide an exciting line-up of keynote speakers including Lee Woodruff, life and family contributor to ABC’s Good Morning America and a trustee of the Bob Woodward Family Foundation; Peter Thum, founder of Ethos Water and a pioneering social entrepreneur; and the world renowned inspirational leader, Archbishop Desmond Tutu. 

I also hope you’ll join me, along with Phil Lakin, Executive Director of the Tulsa Community Foundation, for our session, 7 reasons why campaigns fail: and how to aviod them.  Our presentation will be held on April 13th from 3:00 to 4:15 pm.  Join your colleagues from around the world for an extraordinary professional development experience.  I hope to see you there.



Asking About Asking by Kent Stroman

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