Join renowned nonprofit sector leaders for a comprehensive look into the innovative future of nonprofits and human service organizations. The intimate setting will allow for questions and answers. This will be a must see event for those interested in preparing to take advantage of key trends overtaking the nonprofit sector.
Exclusive Day One Event - Private Viewing of Film - "Saving Philanthropy"
With special discussion by Executive Producer, Kate Robinson.
Ken joined Charity Navigator in 2008 after almost thirty years experience working in the charitable non-profit sector. He has held leadership positions at a variety of agencies, both large and small, and has operated programs… More about Ken »
Robert Egger is the Founder and President of the DC Central Kitchen, where unemployed men and women learn marketable culinary skills while foods donated by restaurants, hotels and caterers are converted into balanced meals. Since opening in… More about Rob »
Kate Tansey, MSW, LCSW graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Webster University and Master of Social Work from St. Louis University. Her clinical experience has included private practice and nonprofit agency work, including… More about Kate »
Kate Robinson is the Founder and Director of FSP Creative Advocacy. A skilled facilitator, strategist, and advocate, Kate has worked in the non-profit sector for over a decade specializing in coalition building for public policy development and implement… More about Kate »
Since September 2006 David has been working independently, both in the United States and internationally, consulting to the social (not-for-profit) and public sectors with a focus on organizational capacity building, developing strategies and theories of change… More about David »
Isaac D. Castillo currently serves as the Director of Learning and Evaluation for the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) in Washington, DC. Mr. Castillo oversees all of LAYC?s research and evaluation efforts including the implementation and maintenance… More about Issac »