Monday, February 22, 2010

BBB Charities Symposium IV Set for Feb 23rd

Presents Charity Effectiveness Symposium IV:
TRANSFORMING OURSELVES: Building Effective Leaders, Organizations, and Communities

How can nonprofit leaders make an even greater impact?
Find out on February 23, 2010, from 8:00 a.m. - Noon

Keynote Address:
Leading the Transformation Process

Keynote Speaker:
Victor De Luca
President, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation and
Mayor of Maplewood, New Jersey

Developing Ourselves as
Leaders for Tough Times

Panel Moderator:
Iris Chen
President and CEO
I Have a Dream Foundation

Leading the Arts

Panel Moderator:
Cheryl Green Rosario
Director, Philanthropy
American Express

Protecting Your Nonprofit's Money In the Post-Madoff Era

Workshop Leaders:
Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum, William H. Devaney and Rory M. Cohen
Partners, Venable LLP

Evaluation Milestones

Our prior programs were total sell-outs!

Program fee:
Hosted by:
Baruch College School of Public Affairs
Newman Vertical Campus Conference Center,
55 Lexington Avenue and 24th Street, 14th Floor

Sponsored with generous support from:
Special workshop sponsorship by:
(list in formation)

Program Committee: American Express; The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management at the Baruch College School of Public Affairs; The New York Community Trust; Philanthropy New York; United Way of New York City; BBB Education and Research Foundation.

Event Supporters: Association of Development Officers; Association of Fundraising Professionals-Greater New York Chapter; The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management at the Baruch College School of Public Affairs; The Foundation Center; Long Island Center for Nonprofit Leadership at Adelphi University; New York Council of Nonprofits; Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc.;; Philanthropy New York; Staten Island Not-For-Profit Association; United Way of New York City; Women In Development, New York; Young Nonprofit Professionals Network-NYC.

For event details, please contact Luana Lewis, or 212.358.2842

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