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28 - 29 November, 2017

About The Conference

This day and a half conference will engage you in learning that will change your perspective on how you and your nonprofit partners do their work to better the communities in which you are investing. You will build a peer network and expand your professionalism as a philanthropic expert, all in a fun and engaging environment. Challenge yourself to think about how the work you do can be done better and in NEW ways that are more engaging and impactful. Explore what this field might look like in the future and imagine your role within your company and the sector.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn innovative ways your peers are doing their work to be more efficient, effective and impactful.
  • Discover how a human-centered design approach can transform your work as a social investment partner
  • Learn why avoiding conflict of interest and self-dealing is important – for you and your company
  • Explore the current state of corporate philanthropy and what trends you can extrapolate for a greater impact
  • Collaborate with your peers and learn from organizations making an impact.

Register before October 14th and Save $100!


Who Should Attend

VP’s, Directors, Managers in the areas of:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Citizenship
  • Employee Volunteering
  • Employee Engagement
  • Corporate Foundations
  • Corporate Giving Departments
  • Human Resources and Recruitment
  • Ethics and Compliance
  • Sustainability
  • Communications
  • Government Relations
  • Marketing
  • Diversity and Inclusion

Explore what the latest research tells us about the corporate funding environment. Register today and save $100. Offer expires October 14, 2017.

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Supporting Sponsors
CAF America - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Con
GlobalGiving - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Co
Global Impact - Corporate Philanthropic Practices
Also sponsored by
Dow Chemical - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Co
Johnson & Johnson - Corporate Philanthropic Practi
Medtronic - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Confe
Prudential - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Conf
AGENDA
28 - 29 NOVEMBER, 2017
NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL,NEW YORK, NY
28 - 29 November, 2017

About The Conference

This day and a half conference will engage you in learning that will change your perspective on how you and your nonprofit partners do their work to better the communities in which you are investing. You will build a peer network and expand your professionalism as a philanthropic expert, all in a fun and engaging environment. Challenge yourself to think about how the work you do can be done better and in NEW ways that are more engaging and impactful. Explore what this field might look like in the future and imagine your role within your company and the sector.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn innovative ways your peers are doing their work to be more efficient, effective and impactful.
  • Discover how a human-centered design approach can transform your work as a social investment partner
  • Learn why avoiding conflict of interest and self-dealing is important – for you and your company
  • Explore the current state of corporate philanthropy and what trends you can extrapolate for a greater impact
  • Collaborate with your peers and learn from organizations making an impact.

Register before October 14th and Save $100!


Who Should Attend

VP’s, Directors, Managers in the areas of:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Citizenship
  • Employee Volunteering
  • Employee Engagement
  • Corporate Foundations
  • Corporate Giving Departments
  • Human Resources and Recruitment
  • Ethics and Compliance
  • Sustainability
  • Communications
  • Government Relations
  • Marketing
  • Diversity and Inclusion

Explore what the latest research tells us about the corporate funding environment. Register today and save $100. Offer expires October 14, 2017.

Scheduled Speakers 28 - 29 November, 2017

Scheduled Speakers 28 - 29 November, 2017
  • Ronna Brown, Executive Director, Philanthropy New York
  • Tracey Burton, Senior Director, Vital Partnerships, Target Corporation
  • Donna Callejon, Chief Business Partners Officer, GlobalGiving 
  • Ann Canella, Vice President, Global Engagement, Global Impact
  • Dr. Erin Cohn, Senior Partner, Leadership and Design
  • Suzanne Friday, Senior Counsel, Vice President Legal Affairs, Council on Foundations
  • Dr. Jacob Gayle, President, Medtronic Foundation  
  • Shane Harris, Vice President, Contributions, Prudential Foundation
  • Ted Hart, President & CEO, CAF America
  • Michelle Huttenhoff, Program Associate, Community Foundations, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation 
  • Tomer Inbar, Partner, Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
  • Tim McClimon, President, American Express Foundation, VP Corporate Social Responsibility 
  • Diane Melley, Vice President, Global Citizenship Initiatives, IBM
  • Maeve Miccio, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, Eastern Region, Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Shaun Mickus, Executive Director, Corporate Citizenship & Community Relations, Johnson & Johnson 
  • Heather Nesle, President, New York Life Foundation
  • Alex Parkinson, Senior Researcher, The Conference Board 
  • Emily Peck,  Vice President of Private Sector Initiatives, Americans for the Arts
  • Andre Solorzano, Manager, Data Insights, CECP
  • Patrick Troska, Executive Director, Rose and Jay Phillips Family Foundation
  • Frazier Wilson, Vice President, Shell Oil Foundation,  Manager Social Investment, Shell Oil Company

 

Supporting Sponsors
CAF America - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Con
GlobalGiving - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Co
Global Impact - Corporate Philanthropic Practices
Also sponsored by
Dow Chemical - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Co
Johnson & Johnson - Corporate Philanthropic Practi
Medtronic - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Confe
Prudential - Corporate Philanthropic Practice Conf