Please join Education and Research Foundation of the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan New York for their fourteenth Charity Effectiveness Symposium. Culture Shift will focus on topics such as understanding and addressing cultural disconnects, building diversity, developing leadership capacity, coping with board room dilemmas, navigating fundraising ethics, and cultivating a new generation of donors.
The Keynote speaker will be Don Chen, President & CEO of the Surdna Foundation. Opening remarks will be delivered by James G. Sheehan, Chief, Charities Bureau, Office of the New York State Attorney General. The half-day program, especially intended for charity and foundation executives, features two panel discussions: Fundraising Challenges for 2020 and Beyond will be moderated by Judy Levine, Executive Director of Cause Effective; and Shifting Board Priorities: Building DEI & Leadership Strength, moderated by Camille Abrahams Emeagwali, Vice President of Programs of The New York Women's Foundation.
A Philanthropy New York Collaborative Program with the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan New York; Association of Development Officers; The Association of Nonprofit Specialists; Baruch College/Marxe School of Public and International Affairs; Candid New York Library; Center for Nonprofit Leadership at Adelphi University; Milano School of Policy, Management and Environment, The New School; New York Council of Nonprofits; New York University – Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service; NYC Department of Youth & Community Development; and Staten Island Not-for-Profit Association.
Charity and foundation executives.
Registration is required by February 25.
Members: Please click on the "Register Now" link above. ($45 registration fee)
Please email Mark Prowse email@example.com, at BBB Education and Research Foundation, with any questions.