Webinar: How Grantmakers Use Salesforce for Scholarship Management

In honor of National Scholarship Month, join us Wednesday, November 18th, at 1pm PT / 4pm ET to explore how nonprofits can leverage the Salesforce platform to manage all aspects of their scholarship programs. From migrating paper forms online to triggering interventions based on a scholar’s risk status, we’ll discuss how Salesforce Experience Cloud (formerly Community Cloud) and related apps work together to ensure better program outcomes, streamline operations, and provide students with support when they need it most.

Featuring guest speakers Denise Callahan and Ashley Potter from The Ford Family Foundation who will describe how their Salesforce scholarship management solution strengthened their organization’s student-centric approach.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Automate processes to award scholarships
  • Add risk indicators based on data points collected
  • Enhance student communications
  • Streamline approval processes

The discussion will also include moderated Q & A with attendees.

Register today and we look forward to seeing you there!

About the Speakers

Denise Callahan
Director – Postsecondary Success @The Ford Family Foundation

Denise Callahan joined the Foundation in 2012. She leads the Foundation’s scholarship and postsecondary programs, focusing on strategic planning and developing long-term community relations and collaborations with partners.

Ashley Potter
Programs Manager @The Ford Family Foundation

Ashley Potter serves as the programs manager for the Foundation’s Scholarship Office in Eugene. She oversees policy development, implementation and adherence as it relates to the scholarship programs, application, operations and student supports. She administers several scholarship databases, analyzing and reporting data for strategic decision making.

Questions about how we can help you better manage your philanthropic programs? Contact us to learn more.