From Volunteer to VP with Denise Bransford of Roosevelt University
Denise Bransford is the Vice President for Planned Giving at Roosevelt University. She never intended to become a higher education executive. Listen to learn how her volunteer work led her to become a very influential person at Roosevelt University in Chicago for more than 20 years.
Quote of the Day
3 Lessons from Interview
How to turn volunteer work into a career
How taking on extra work can turn into a big promotion
How to effectively change careers without leaving your company
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Getting to Know Denise Bransford
What is a Helpful Habit?
Notebooks galore. Denise has notebooks for everything.
What is a Helpful Resource for You?
CASE (Counsil for the Advancement and Support of Education): Professional fundraising organization
Who is a Helpful Person that Helped You on Your Journey?
President Chuck Middleton of Roosevelt University
What is Your Purpose on this Planet?
Giving young people the opportunity to receive mentorship
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