Pace University’s Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Hitachi America Ltd are bringing you the 4th Annual Nonprofit Forum, a free full-morning education program for nonprofit professionals and people interested in the field on March 6 at the Graduate Center in White Plains.
This year’s forum will focus on “Adapting to a Changing Landscape: Nonprofit Operations, Policy Changes and Giving, and Careers” and explores the dramatic shifts that are taking in place within the nonprofit sector, the changing landscape for fundraisers, the ever-increasing competencies needed to succeed professionally, and changes in federal policy and legislation that will impact the way nonprofits operate and raise funds.
Guest speakers include:
Judith Dobrof, DSW, LCSW; Executive Director, Cancer Support Team
Hillary Knepper, PhD; Assistant Professor, Public Administration, Pace University
Robina Schepp, MPA; Vice President for Enrollment Management and Placement, Pace University
Stacy Spencer, PhD; Senior Director of Institutional Giving, Advance NYC
Speakers will discuss challenges and opportunities within their sector; how they are adapting within their role/organization; and skills and experiences essential to careers and leadership in their fields.
Last year nearly 90 nonprofit, foundation, and government leaders attended this forum. Join the Wilson Center for an exclusive networking event with employers after the forum.