Please join us for the 2016 Not-for-Profit Leadership and Governance Summit: Not-for-Profit 2020. Covering a wide range of topics we are bringing together a great group who will share their experiences and knowledge with practical take away advice. We will delve into how things are changing now, and where we should be looking in the next five years. Breakfast and lunch buffet will be provided.
Registration Fee: $150 per person
Group Discount: Register three or more people at one time and receive $25 off each registration fee. Discount will automatically be applied at checkout if applicable.
Refunds: No refunds granted after 5:00 pm on Monday, October 17, 2016
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.
Parking: Washington Athletic Club is located in downtown Seattle. Parking is not included in the registration fee; however, parking is available at the club and there are numerous parking options in the area.
CPE Credits Available: 5.0 technical hours
– Agenda –
Continental Breakfast and Registration
Building Organizations that Matter
You work in the most important sector in the world, one often stuck with less-than-ideal tools. Adnan Mahmud, a young and already veteran nonprofit expert, will share his inspiring journey in building a nonprofit, and now growing a startup company dedicated to providing better tools to the public sector. Walking us through examples of innovative technology uses in the nonprofit world, he’ll also share why the biggest, most powerful asset for nonprofit leadership isn’t actually any “technology,” and what we can do to stay in front of trends to find greater success.
Adnan Mahmud | Founder & CEO, LiveStories
Making Authentic Connections with the Millennial Generation
Millennials are now young adults and a wired, connected world is all they have ever known. This population segment is nearly as large as the Baby Boomers generation. This session explores the attitudes and perceptions of these 20-35 year old consumers and with focus group insights, how mission-driven organizations can connect more deeply with this increasingly influential group.
Robert Dunlop | Chief Executive Officer, Cascade Public Media
JoAnn Mills | Senior Consultant, Collins Group
Morning Coffee Break
Cybersecurity and How it Affects all Aspects of IT Operations
Cybersecurity has continued to grow as a component of IT operations, until now it touches almost everything. How should we manage, budget and govern this new paradigm? Anthony and Peter will unpack this subject from both perspectives; security and operations. How should an executive manage this important part of their business? This session will include a checklist, and how to field questions when you give it to your IT department or outsourced IT team.
Peter Henley | Chief Information Officer, Clark Nuber PS
Buffet Lunch and Networking
Not-for-Profit CEO 2020
This will be a moderated panel discussion of current forward thinking: Not-for-Profit CEOs giving their thoughts on the challenges and opportunities Not-for-Profit CEOs will have in 2020. The panelists will also share what skill sets Not-for-Profit CEOs will need to possess and surround themselves with both internally and externally through collaborations. In addition, the panel will share their insights as to what types of infrastructure their organizations will need to be successful in 2020.
Danielle Belisle | Seattle Institute for Biomedical & Clinical Research
Barry McConnell | President and CEO, Make-A-Wish Foundation Alaska and Washington
Jon Fine | President and CEO, United Way King County
Afternoon Stretch Break
Impact Investing for Non-Profit Organizations and Endowments
This seminar will provide an overview of impact investing; the opportunities, risks, rewards, and implementation given your organization’s mission. We will discuss fiduciary responsibility; what do directors and executives need to consider when integrating mission aligned investments into their overall financial plan. Using case studies, we will highlight how you can incorporate impact investing throughout your organization—including cash management, long term portfolio assets, and grant making programs.
Carol Malnick | Chief Managing Director, Boston Common Asset Management