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The Tax Guy who became the Psychology Guy!
Join us for our Winter Luncheon at the Poinsett Club in Greenville, SC for an informative and entertaining presentation, “The Tax Guy who became the Psychology Guy!” For the experienced professional, this presentation will (a) help you better prepare yourself to meet your clients/donors/prospects and (b) give you example phrases and practice in asking your clients/donors probing questions that help them decide what their legacy will be and how to leave a charitable legacy. For those new to planned giving, this presentation will help you (a) better prepare yourself to meet your clients/donors/prospects and (b) focus on what is most important in our field–listening to donors rather than selling them an idea.
Co-Presenters: Scott Sikes and Pete Ticconi from Columns Fundraising–a national nonprofit consulting firm based in Atlanta.
S. Henderson Sikes is a fundraising consultant with more than 30 years of healthcare and higher education experience who is a proud descendant of Upstate SC pioneers. His family owned land in the Jocassee Valley. He was a co-founder of the Georgia Planned Giving Council and later president. The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy named him a Fellow (FAHP), and he earned an MBA and both Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) professional designations. With an eclectic background and varied interests, one of his undergraduate majors was Russian language, and he attended Leningrad State University in the former Soviet Union.
Peter J. Ticconi, Jr. is a gift planning consultant, speaker, researcher, and author with more than 40 years of experience. He has studied at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family as an Emotional System. He is the founder of the CANARAS planned giving group and served on the boards of the Planned Giving Group of New England and Chesapeake Planned Giving Council. Some of his research has been published in Planned Giving Today. He recently retired from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he was the Executive Director of Gift Planning and Senior Philanthropic Advisor. In his over 40 years in gift planning, Pete has led programs at Connecticut College, Babson College, Saint Lawrence University, Williams College, and The Johns Hopkins Institutions.