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Exclusive Interview with Ideagen's George Sifakis and Julie Teer of the BGCA

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Julie Teer is a highly-respected nonprofit leader with more than 20 years of diversified experience and expertise in high-level fundraising and communications, including the national political arena, national nonprofit sector and resource development consulting. As part of the executive management team, Teer serves as Chief Development & Public Affairs Officer for Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), overseeing a team of more than 100 BGCA professionals responsible for the national organization’s corporate, foundation and individual fundraising and government relations as well as providing resource development services to local Clubs. In addition, Teer leads the strategic development of BGCA’s advocacy and public policy platforms, and assists in leading BGCA’s thought leadership strategy, board engagement and board recruitment.

Teer joined BGCA in 2012 as the organization launched its six-year strategic initiative, Great Futures: the Campaign for America’s Kids. This unprecedented impact, awareness and fundraising Campaign is fueling an increased level of service to kids and teens who need it most, with Teer’s team sustaining the impact by raising $383 million toward the Campaign’s $450 million goal as of August 2015 – 85% of the goal in just 55% of the time.

Prior to joining BGCA, Teer served as Vice President, Development for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, where she built and led a highly successful development program and contributed to strategic revenue decisions as a key member of the leadership team. Teer established the major gift program at Komen, building major giving and foundation programs that generated more than $20 million in new revenue over a three-year period.

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