Register Now to Join Jane Fonda and Chef Jose Andres at Nonprofit Summit 2022
We’ve created this year’s Nonprofit Summit especially with you in mind. So when we say that there is truly something for everyone, we mean it.
There will be no shortage of inspiration from our keynote speakers, fun engagement online and via our mobile app, thought-provoking discussions, and a wealth of valuable takeaways, like practical tips from world-renowned experts. Registration is now open! Join us on May 17 and 18 for the second annual Nonprofit Summit.
We promise that this year’s Summit will help you craft better relationships with the people who care about your cause and build a stronger foundation to thrive, no matter what’s next. Don’t believe me? Here are five reasons this is the must-attend nonprofit event of the year:
#1: One of the Best Mainstage Lineups Ever
The Nonprofit Summit 2022 mainstage lineup is shaping up to be one that we promise you won’t want to miss. Take a look at what we have in store for the mainstage sessions:
Feeding Community and Fueling Hope
A meal is so much more than a plate of food. During a crisis it can be medicine, comfort, or hope. World Central Kitchen (WCK) is often first to the frontlines to provide meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. By embracing flexibility, building deep relationships, and leveraging powerful technology, this global nonprofit establishes resilient food systems, empowering communities to feed themselves.
Join journalist, philanthropist, and CEO, Soledad O’Brien, for a thought-provoking conversation with humanitarian and founder of WCK, Chef José Andrés, as they discuss the power of a good meal to reignite, maintain, and grow a community.
Activism in a Digital-First World
What can we do? As Jane Fonda writes in her new book, What Can I Do? My Path from Climate Despair to Action, we can create a collective impact when we join forces together. Thanks to our tech-centric society, digital relationships are here — the challenge is leveraging the data they generate to drive meaningful climate action at scale.
In this special conversation — Activism in a Digital First World, about creating a sustainable future — tune in to hear Salesforce.org’s Chief Engagement Officer, Cristina Jones, and Academy Award-winning actor and political activist, Jane Fonda, in conversation with youth organizer, activist, and storyteller Daphne Frias, alongside international climate activist Tori Tsui.
The Future of Funding: Expanding Partnerships with Foundations
The nature of giving has changed, favoring deeper and longer-lasting relationships between foundations and nonprofits over individual donations. With the increased interest, however, there are also different views of what these relationships entail, and how to achieve them. Ford Foundation president Darren Walker and Associate Dean for Research and International Programs of Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Dr. Una Osilli, discuss how foundations can empower nonprofits to invest and thrive in this evolving landscape.
#2: Thought-Provoking Discussions with Nonprofit Leaders
As the world is increasingly connected, new mindsets and skills are needed to adapt and engage in new ways. Two regional panels address the journey of digital maturity with seasoned leaders in the nonprofit sector.
Our North American panel comprises the following nonprofit Trailblazers: Evelyn Diaz, president of Heartland Alliance; Sarah Angel-Johnson, chief information officer at Save the Children; and Geoff DeLizzio, the chief development officer of The Epilepsy Foundation. Join this engaging panel to hear these industry leaders discuss the importance of understanding digital evolution and knowing where your organization is on its digital maturity journey.
For our global attendees, you’ll hear from these international Trailblazers: Amber Burke, chief information officer at Oxfam UK; Andrew Hatton, chief information officer at Greenpeace U.K.; and Brani Milosevic, digital strategist and consultant for the not-for-profit sector. Together, they’ll share tips and lessons on how to help your organization on a journey of change and digital maturity.
#3: Tracks Built Specifically for YOU
With over 40 learning sessions and trainings, this year’s sessions span five growth tracks featuring content for every attendee. Representing institutions of all sizes, build your schedule today based on your individual learning goals. Tracks include:
#4: Engaging & Interactive Learning Labs
On day two of Nonprofit Summit, we’re offering you an opportunity to brainstorm solutions to common challenges alongside fellow attendees in our hands-on trainings and interactive labs. Sessions are available on a first come, first served basis and will take place live via Zoom at various times. To check session availability, visit the session catalog.
#5: Be the First to Try Our New Event Mobile App
New to the event experience this year is our Salesforce.org Summits mobile app! Take the Nonprofit Summit with you on-the-go while watching sessions, chatting directly with fellow attendees, and exploring speakers and sponsors. The Salesforce.org Summits mobile app is available for download from the App Store and Google Play. You’ll login using the email and password used for registration. If you haven’t completed that step yet, register today — it takes less than two minutes!
We are so excited to see YOU on May 17-18, 2022. Come for the celebration, stay for the trailblazing customer stories, new demos, A-list talent, and thought-provoking industry panels and roundtable discussions.
About the Author
Head of Global Events at Salesforce.org
Traci leads the global events strategy for Salesforce.org. A strategic leader with more than 15 years of event management experience, Traci loves the opportunity to create meaningful, memorable, and awe-inspiring event experiences for Salesforce.org’s nonprofit and education customers. A proud Texan by birth and a proud graduate of the Masters for Executive Leadership program from the University of San Diego, she now lives in San Diego with her husband, two cats (Bonnie and Clyde), and two dogs (Thelma and Lousie).
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