|The National Society of Fund Raising Executives (NSFRE) is a professional organization of more than 4,000 fund raising professionals. The subjects for this study, 85 men and 66 women, were selected from the 1984 NSFRE Membership Directory and were the entire membership in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Two chapters, Milwaukee with 112 members and Upper Mississippi Valley with 21 members were located in Wisconsin. One chapter with 109 members was located in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. The research design of this study was similar to the "one shot case study" which Stanley and Campbell (1983) discuss. The independent variables were membership in NSFRE and current employment and residence in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. The data collection device was a survey questionnaire, which dealt with job titles, primary and secondary job responsibilities, hours in an average work week, salaries, perquisites, interests in continuing education and rationale concerning a possible job change. The results of this study showed an increase in the number of women in NSFRE from 1981; an increase in the number and variety of employing agencies; a slight decrease in the number of ethnic minorities; and a difference in salaries between males and females.