National Philanthropy Day
Join Us for a Unique Education Morning Session:
Where is the Sector Headed?
Featuring Keynote Speaker:
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort & Spa
5402 E. Lincoln Dr.
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
Morning Session Registration 9:30 a.m.
Education Session 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Member - $50.00
Non-member - $75.00
This session will look at the trends we face and focus discussion on nontraditional organizations we need to bring into our work, what our boards need if they are to be full and effective partners in a rapidly changing arena, what "scaling" means in our sector, and why as the proven philanthropic practitioners in a space that more and more non-philanthropic organizations are entering, we must not circle the wagons in fear but lead the charge. We must share the ethics, integrity and practices that have proven to be effective - those that have led to this new high in community investment.
This session will look at a new road map and discuss whether the sector is willing to make some disruptive changes - and what we as professionals must do to ensure a robust future.
About Out Speaker
Kay Sprinkel Grace understands the challenges of 21st century philanthropy as well as its opportunities, and brings her experience from working with countless nonprofit organizations to bear on the current issues affecting donor development, fund raising, outreach, message strategy and volunteerism.
As principal of her own organization since 1989, her clients include public media, hospitals, universities, arts and cultural organizations, environment and social justice organizations, churches and education, as well as community-based services. A sampling of her recent clients includes KQED; Oregon Public Broadcasting; Sustainable Conservation; On Lok Senior Health Services; Encore.org, California Pacific Medical Center; AIDS Service Foundation of Orange County; Oakland Symphony; Los Angeles Philharmonic; African-American Shakespeare Company; Barter Theatre; Girl Scouts of Northern California; Population Action International; Futures Without Violence; and others. A goal of her consulting is to mentor and strengthen leaders within organizations to grow their success while achieving their immediate goals.
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