Early leaders emerge in survey of most influential fundraisers
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Early leaders emerge in survey of most influential fundraisers

6 May 2016

With two weeks left to vote in Fundraising Magazine’s 50 Most Influential survey, early leaders have begun to emerge, including Tanya Steele of Save the Children, Stephen Dunmore of the Fundraising Regulator, and Paul Stein of MQ.

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