Preserving the real places and the real stories of Texas.

Real Places 2018: Elements of Successful Philanthropy

Building a Comprehensive and Sustainable Development Program

Day/Time: Wednesday, January 10, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Location: Barton Room, 4th Floor
Speakers: Anjali Kaul Zutshi, Friends of the Texas Historical Commission

Registration Information
$99 with conference registration
$149 for the development workshop only
Lunch included
Limited to 50 attendees

Part of the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission’s Development Seminar Series, this workshop is suited for large and small organizations from any discipline with limited development staff. It highlights best practices and facilitates dynamic group interactions to help attendees build and strengthen their fundraising tool kits so they can more effectively and sustainably achieve their organizational missions.


Anjali Kaul Zutshi is executive director of the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission. An architect by training, she has more than 22 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, a significant portion in the field of conservation. She previously worked as an independent nonprofit consultant and prior to that for the Trust for Public Land. She has established a successful track record of working with nonprofits on building sustainability through effective management, and with funders on creating partnerships for effective mission support and delivery. Zutshi holds a graduate degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Austin and is a graduate of Leadership Austin. She lives in the capital city with her husband and twin teenage sons.