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At Nonprofit HR, we believe that talent is the most important driver of change at mission-driven organizations. That’s why the theme of our 2017 Summit is People Focus = Mission Impact. The 2017 Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit, which will take place April 5-7 in Washington, D.C., is a transformational three-day event where nonprofit and association leaders will exchange ideas and collaborate on new ways to advance their missions and goals through talent and culture.
As of November 1st, 2016, early bird registration for the Summit is now open. Register before December 1st to take advantage of our lowest available price of $875. You’ll gain strategic insights and inspiration with over 40 sessions from the leading experts in nonprofit talent and culture (learn more about our speakers here), as well as evening outings and networking events. Join us for three days of engaging with and learning from nonprofit leaders from across the country. Here’s more about the program that’s shaping up for the 2017 Summit:
The Summit will feature keynote sessions led by nationally recognized, forward-thinking experts in nonprofit talent and culture including:
- Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg (also known as Rabbi G), founder of Kids Kicking Cancer
- Billy Shore, founder of No Kid Hungry and Share Our Strength
- Lori Malcolm, Chief Culture Officer at United Way
- Gracie Johnson-Lopez, President and Principal Consultant at Diversity & HR Solutions, who will lead a panel on “DEI Victories & Challenges from the Voice of the Nonprofit CEO” with panelists including Paul Weech of NeighborWorks (and more to come soon)
To learn more about these keynote sessions, visit the Summit website.
The Summit will focus on four themes: Leadership; Culture as a Lever for Impact; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; and Talent Acquisition & Pipeline Development. Each category features impactful speakers from organizations like the United States Olympic Committee, Greenpeace USA and PFLAG National, who each bring unique insights on nonprofit talent and culture. A few examples of the sessions you can look forward to include:
Culture as a Lever for Impact
Pam Sawyer from the United States Olympic Committee will lead Team Behind the Team: Evolution of Talent Performance, Culture & Diversity at the USOC.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Jerilyn Johnson and Gala Goodwin from Greenpeace USA will lead Beyond Diversity and Inclusion: Developing a Path to Equity.
Dr. William Clark from Eli Patrick & Co. will lead Creating a Sustainable Nonprofit with Self-Leaders.
Talent Development Pipeline
Jim Jubelirer from Jubelirer Results Group will lead Why You Suck at Hiring—And What You Can Do About It!.
EVENING EVENTS AND EXCURSIONS
This year’s Summit offers more than learning! We’ve put together a series of dynamic excursions and evening events to help you make the most of your time in DC. On Thursday, April 6, join us for Taste of the Best of DC. This evening reception will feature food and drinks from some of the city’s top-rated food truck vendors, as well as entertainment provided by DC’s local arts and culture community.
Other events include an after-hours DC brewery tour and a walking tour of the Cherry Blossom Festival.
We look forward to seeing you at next year’s Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit. Don’t miss out on early bird pricing—register today!