The role of today's corporate philanthropy professional is expanding rapidly.
Join Americans for the Arts and corporate philanthropy professionals at The Corporate Social Impact Conference in Detroit this July 24-25 and explore the evolving nature of effective partnerships in the 21st century, including:
- Entrepreneurialism, creativity and collaboration in urban community involvement
- Accessing multi-faceted financing options to accelerate impact
- Learning how philanthropic projects can drive innovation not only outside but also inside the corporation
In addition to Americans for the Arts President & CEO, Robert Lynch, speakers include artists and representatives from arts organizations including:
- Jane Alexander, actress, author, conservationist and former Chair of the National Endowment for the Arts
- John Bryan, President, Richmond CultureWorks
- Paul Hogle, Executive Vice President, Detroit Symphony Orchestra
- Jennifer Goulet, President and CEO, ArtServe Michigan
Don't miss discussions with experts from business, non-profits, thought leaders in corporate social responsibility including:
- Tonya Allen, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Program,The Skillman Foundation
- Ben Boyd, Global Chair, Corporate Practice, Edelman
- Pablo Bravo, Senior Director, Community Grants & Investments, Dignity Health
- Denis Brennan, Director, TRUiST
- Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO, Nonprofit Finance Fund, chair of the Global Impact Investing Network & co-author of Impact Investing
- Jim Capraro, Principal, Capraro Consulting
- Carolyn Cavicchio, former Director, Stakeholder Engagement, Western Union Foundation
- Megan DeYoung, Director, Corporate Citizenship
- Dinah Dittman, National Director, Community Engagement & Philanthropy, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc.
- Suzanne Fallender, Director, CSR Strategy & Communications, Intel
- Don Greene, Owner, Tandem Consulting
- Ben Hecht, President and CEO, Living Cities
- Nita Kirby, Director, JK Group, Inc.
- Gerald McSwiggan, Director, Issue Networks, Business Civic Leadership Center (US Chamber of Commerce)
- Gary Niekerk, Director, Corporate Citizenship, Intel
- Dan Nissenbaum, Managing Director, Urban Investments, Goldman Sachs
- Tom Knowlton, Partner, TCC Group
- Susan Mosey, President, Midtown Detroit, Inc.
- Kori Reed, Vice President, Cause and Foundation, ConAgra Foods
- Lisa Richter, Principal, GPS Capital Partners
- Michael Rubinger, President and CEO, LISC
- Susan Sherer, CEO,THAW
- Nina Stack, President, Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
- Lynn Stekas, former President, MONY Foundation
- Michele Sullivan, Vice President, Caterpillar Foundation
- Mary Wright, Director, The Conference Board
- Yasmina Zaidman, Director of Communications & Strategic Partnerships, Acumen Fund
Join corporate philanthropy leaders and practitioners to discuss how partnerships in community revitalization, social funding capital and within the corporate value chain are creating new opportunities to increase the social impact of your organization. Register now using code DA1 to receive 25% off the registration price!
For more information, visit www.conference-board.org/socialimpact_afta.