Presented by Community Experience Partnership
Fee: $35 (includes breakfast and lunch)
(Pre-registration required; open to the first 80 registrants)
In this time of economic change, explore ways your organization can impact your community through the power of older adults. Learn about a national movement and nine communities tackling community issues. This rich, multi-format session will include opportunities to interact with project leaders and on-the-ground representatives, engage in intimate, small group conversations, address key issues in discussions with funders and program participants, and enjoy food, fun and prizes in an informal roundtable setting.
Presenters: Zane Bail, Director of Special Programs, Northland Foundation; Gabriele Burkard, Program Officer, Special Projects, California Community Foundation; Patricia Campbell, Program Officer, Rochester Area Community Foundation; Lelia DeAndrade, Director, Grantmaking Services, Maine Community Foundation; Jonalyn Denlinger, Program Manager, Baltimore Community Foundation; Diana Doyle, Program Director, Community Experience Partnership; Therese Ellery, Senior Program Officer, Aging Program, Rose Community Foundation; James Gillis, Program Manager, Community Experience Partnership; Lynn Haglin, Vice President, KIDS PLUS, Director, Northland Foundation; Terry Kaelber, Project Director, United Neighborhood Houses; Mary Louise McClintock, Early Childhood Program Director, Oregon Community Foundation; Len McNally, Program Director, New York Community Trust; Kevin Griffin Moreno, Program Officer & Advocacy Coordinator, Baltimore Community Foundation; Jeff Newland, Director, Mentoring Initiatives, LifeSpan-Rochester Mentors; Barbara Rynor, Managing Director, Boomers Leading Change in Health; Kate Luckert Schmid, Program Director, Grand Rapids Community Foundation.
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