The AFP Minnesota Chapter Annual Meeting includes a message from President Tricia Wright, along with a session focusing on success in the fundraising landscape presented by Princess Titus, GCDF.Success Starts with CelebrationIn today's evolving fundraising landscape, organizations are constantly faced with the task of adapting to changing donor expectations, economic uncertainties, and philanthropic trends. It is crucial for a healthy organization to communicate, be compassionate, and celebrate their employees as a way to cultivate resilience and enhance retention.SpeakerPrincess Titus, GCDF has been serving families in the twin cities for 28 years and is most proud of her GED and her galangal plant in her living room. She is a teacher, an orator, and a philanthropist. She earned her BA in Early Childhood Education from Metropolitan State University, her Global Career Development Facilitation License from Normandale, and her Executive Certificate in Fundraising from the University of St. Thomas. As a co-founder of Appetite for Change and Standard Edition Women she works to provide access and knowledge about healthier external and internal environments, while modeling the benefits. Princess sits on the board of Parents of Murdered Children, on the Steering committee of Fostering African Americans in Total Health, and works closely with Hueman Partnership. Princess believes that liberation is finding peace in your life amidst the oppression and enjoys writing, sewing by hand, and painting.