We’re not done yet! Three more panel discussions in December!

Engaging Millennials as Advocates, Volunteers and Donors
Wednesday, Dec. 3 from 9 – 11 a.m.

Hear from a panel of organizations and experts who are finding ways to engage millennials in the work of their organizations and why traditional methods may not work. Panelists will discuss the elements of creating a Millennial-friendly culture including social media and how they get their supporters to use their networks for the cause, new donor paradigms, and volunteer engagement.

Moderator: Jan Ferri-Reed, KEYGroup 
Fee: $40 ($30 if paid online)

Navigating 21st Century Giving Trends
Friday, Dec. 5 from 9 – 11 a.m.

Crowdfunding and social giving. Unsectored solutions. Hacker and maker cultures. Citizen-led social innovation. Social businesses. Dark money donations. Impact investing. These ideas and more are shaping our “social economy” – the rapidly-evolving ways donors and businesses give and solve community challenges in the 21st century. Will these trends complement your nonprofit’s fundraising efforts and programs, or distract from them? Join a team exploring the social economy for a fun but honest set of answers.

Moderator: Tony Macklin, Roy A. Hunt Foundation 
Fee: $40 ($30 if paid online)

Building an Inclusive Workforce
Friday, Dec. 12 from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

A well-developed workforce is one that capitalizes on the diversity of our society. A diverse staff adds a balanced perspective to the table for developing ideas and programs that will appeal to a wide audience of clients, stakeholders, community members and funders. Join us for an honest conversation about how we can do a better job to ensure that everyone’s talents are included.

Panelists: Melanie Harrington, Vibrant Pittsburgh; Dina Clark, YWCA Center for Race and Gender Equity; Chaz Kellem, Pittsburgh Pirates; Yasmin Purohit, Robert Morris University
Fee: $40 ($30 if paid online)

Register online today!

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