CRFE Credits: 5 (APPROVED)
Topics and speakers subject to change.
REVISING Partnerships for Community Impact
Leslie K. Cherry-Knight
Vice President, Market Leader
Bank of America, Pacific Northwest Region
How can partnerships REVISE how we work in our communities? Find out in this session about funder and non-profit partnerships. Leslie will be co-presenting with Nicole Sims from the Nisqually Indian Tribe on how their partnership’s program on financial literacy created both lasting and evolving change in a native community.
Centering Community: Democratizing Impact in the Era of Accountability and Co-Creation
Jennifer Li Dotson, MSC, Fundraise Up (Moderator)
This very experiential and interactive workshop invites attendees to design a prototype of community centric strategy. Using “co-opetition” to achieve the interconnected wellbeing of whole South Sound. This is a challenge to hold ourselves accountable to create change for a more sustainable and just society.
Crisis Communication & REBOOTing Boards: The Changing Role of Governance in Nonprofits
Birgit Smith Burton, Board Chair, Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Global
Founder / Executive Director, AADO (African American Development Officers Network)
In this first public event, the AFP Global Chair will address head on the experience of anti-Black racism within an AFP Chapter. This recent true story of crisis communication eventually led to a necessary REBOOT of the Chapter’s entire governing board.
Innovative Solutions from Local Nonprofits
Our panel will delve into a lively discussion on “How are people in our community impacting society in big ways?” This will include audience questions to our panel filled with community leaders out there “doing the work”. Panelists are still being confirmed for this Summit favorite.
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