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Arizona Gives Workshop: Relationship Building 101

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AZ Gives Day Trainings |  Development & Grantwriting |  Marketing & Communications
Course Levels:
1 hr
Original Program Date:
Feb 22, 2022
Hosted by:
AZ Impact for Good


Course Description:

Relationships are key to cultivating support for your nonprofit. In this session, learn basic methods to build foundational relationships, allowing for stronger financial and talent support for your organization. Who is this for: Nonprofit startups, volunteer operated organizations and small non-profits (<50 people).


In this session, you will learn:

  • How to build a strategy for basic relationship communications
  • How to operationalize a workflow to ensure relationship management strategy is executed


This event will have automated captions via Zoom’s transcription function. Please note that these captions are generated by Zoom's computer software and may not always accurately transcribe what is said.

Featured Presenter:

Angela Florez

Chief Development Officer
Womens Foundation for the State of Arizona


An Arizona native, Angela grew up in Northern Arizona, situated near the lands of three indigenous tribes; White Mountain Apache, Navajo and Hopi. This upbringing influenced her to focus her education and professional talents on championing access to quality education, healthcare and programming addressing social determinants of health for marginalized communities.

Prior to joining the WFSA, Angela served as the Chief Development & Marketing Officer for Valle del Sol, a $23 million Federally Qualified Health Center and Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic. She oversaw nearly $6 million in fundraising in 2021.

Her career spans some of the most visible organizations serving girls and women throughout the state, starting her career with the Girl Scouts- Arizona Cactus-Pine Council and most recently serving as Board Chair for Planned Parenthood Arizona.

Angela is a graduate of the Hispanic Leadership Institute, the ASU Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy, and the Center for Creative Leadership. Additionally, Angela has received recognition by the Phoenix Business Journal 40 Under 40, Univision Hispanic 40 Under 40 and received the Poder in Action 2017 Hero of the Year award. In 2021, she was recognized for her exceptional leadership by Achieving My Purpose, a Phoenix based nonprofit celebrating the impact of women of color.

Passionate about community service, Angela spends her time regularly volunteering and currently resides in South Phoenix with her spouse, two parrots and 4 adorable dogs.






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