The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC) includes the most forward-thinking thought leaders in fundraising who want to lead the industry’s artificial intelligence revolution and disrupt the status quo. Its members recognize that revolutionary AI technology is the catalyst to drive progress for organizations working to change the world. Together, the AAAC will be at the center of change; it will accelerate the pace of AI adoption in Advancement and uncover new AI applications that make Advancement operations more effective than previously considered possible, shaping the very future of Advancement.

For more detail on the AAAC, read the press release.

Posts from the AAAC Blog

An Evening to Remember: AAAC & Gravyty Celebrate State of AI in Advancement

By: Kevin Leahy

On July 15, 2019, The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC) and Gravyty hosted more than 100 advancement leaders, distinguished guests, and technology providers passionate about artificial intelligence (AI) at the Boston Public Library to celebrate the launch of the first benchmark report on the state of AI in the industry.

AAAC Issues First State of Artificial Intelligence in Advancement Report

By: Kevin Leahy

BOSTON, July 12, 2019 -- The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC), a first-of-its-kind organization committed to open discussion about where artificial intelligence (AI) technology can and should have an impact on advancement, today released the first State of AI in Advancement Report. The study is the first benchmark on the adoption rate, uses, opinions, of AI in the advancement industry, and more, and comes at a time when artificial intelligence is beginning to revolutionize philanthropy.

AAAC Stresses Importance of AI for Philanthropy & Nonprofits at ODSC East 2019

By: Kevin Leahy

AAAC members David Woodruff, Associate Vice President and COO for Resource Development at MIT, and Rich Palmer, Co-founder and CTO at Gravyty hosted an important session at ODSC East 2019, one of the largest applied data science conferences in the world. The two thought leaders showed the audience how artificial intelligence (AI) has incredible value in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector.


AAAC Members

Armin Afsahi
Harvard University
Dan Allen
DePaul University
Marijana Radic Boone
College of Charleston
Evelyn Buchanan
California State University, Chico
Jim Dicker
University of Delaware
Nathan Fay
City of Hope
Karin George
Washburn & McGoldrick
Rod Grabowski
University of Buffalo
Laurel Lyle
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund
Adam Martel
Rich Palmer
Kim Rich
Medical University of South Carolina
Reed Sheard
Westmont College
Christopher Tobin
College of Charleston
Colleen Whelan
Providence College
David Woodruff