Dedicated to elevating team performance, this annual conference improves strategic and resource development skills for Greater Cincinnati nonprofit organizations.
- Attracting an audience of 200-300 nonprofit executives, fundraisers, board members, funders and operations staff, Securing the Future is an education program tailored to address the current needs and concerns of board members, senior leadership, and those charged with overseeing nonprofit organizations.
- Programming features prominent national and local speakers covering a range of timely and relevant topics. Books or other materials authored by speakers are often included.
A 2012 attendee noted, "This is one of (or maybe THE) premier non-profit networking events of the year. Loved how there were breaks to talk to other participants and two meals over which we could connect."
- Registration fees are kept as low as possible to best enable more nonprofit employees to attend.
- The program's charitable fiscal sponsor is the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity. Securing the Future helps funders fulfill their charitable agendas by promoting the strategic capacity of nonprofits.
- Join in the discussion and meet fellow nonprofit executives, board members and supporters as we host this interactive networking session.
- Learn about the latest trends in the nonprofit world - and how you can leverage them.
Securing the Future was launched as a project of Leadership Cincinnati Class XXIV (2001). Since then, the program has continued annually as a volunteer-led effort, making it one of the longest running Leadership Cincinnati class projects in the history of the program.
Securing the Future 2013 Featured Speakers:
Technology: The Spark That Drives Innovation
Randal Moss, Digital Marketing and Social Media Manager at ACCO Brands and author of The Future of NonProfits: Innovate and Thrive in the Digital Age
Randal will help you benefit from your entrepreneurial employees, capitalizing on internal innovation and taking advantage of the technology powerhouses your organization is already home to.
Amy Sample Ward, Membership Director of the Nonprofit Technology Network. The two experts will discuss the way advancing technology affects nonprofits, and how your organization can take advantage of it.
Amy will discuss her mission to use new technologies to create and deliver social impact, and how you can do the same to advance your organization's cause.
These two experts will discuss the way advancing technology affects nonprofits, and how your organization can take advantage of it.
For more information, please contact Laurie Brinkman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513.686.2945.