Caliopy has been an extremely helpful resource to us as a start-up nonprofit organization. Drawing from her extensive background in fundraising, she has been able to share specific details related to this area of development, which has been essential to our understanding of how and when to approach certain donors. Most helpful have been her very specific answers to our questions, with very pointed and detailed advice on approach. The language she uses is extremely eloquent and professional while effectively delivering the message – her vernacular has been an excellent guide for us as we have begun approaching donors.
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Caliopy’s deep understanding of what drives donors to engage with the causes they care about, combined with her expertise in international development and communications gives her the ideal perspective to help your organization get the biggest benefit from your international donor trips. Her attention to detail will help make sure you create a flawless program from start to finish, while keeping the focus on the big-picture to connect your donors to a deeply moving experience, leading to bigger gifts!
Every year, we prepare about fifty young people for their future lives in Japan—and we have only mere hours to do it. How do you teach international work and life skills to so many in such a short amount of time? You call Caliopy.
Her approach engaged participants and made them think critically about how they might handle intercultural issues. This also opened a dialogue where we could challenge their preconceived notions about life in Japan without talking down to them—not an easy thing to accomplish.
Bottom line: if you need someone to prepare your group for the challenges of international communication, call Caliopy. She has the knowledge, and more importantly the experience, to successfully prepare groups for success in international relations.
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