Leadership Council for Nonprofits is very proud and excited to take ownership of the Securing the Future Conference and bring in a top notch keynote: Vu Le, author of the popular blog, “Nonprofit with Balls”.
This long-standing conference has always been dedicated to bringing Non-Profit executives, staff, board members, funders, fundraisers, interested businesses and guests together to connect, renew, learn and grow. Approximately 300 people will attend, representing many different agencies & businesses.
Registration information for the February 23, 2017 conference can be found here.
Nonprofits have a lot of balls to juggle:
- Running effective programming
- Ensuring board members are engaged
- Finding “freebies”
- Even meeting payroll each month.
Meanwhile, priorities have changed.
What balls do they still need to juggle?
What are the new juggling skills they need to have in order to be successful?
In addition to Vu’s keynote, each attendee will have 3 Breakouts from which to choose.
People: How can nonprofits Invest in employees, and volunteers, to generate engagement, while juggling limited resources?
Perspectives: What are some ways to ensure perspectives are heard and acted upon within your nonprofit organization?
Priorities: Staying true to your mission despite pressure, paving a new path, and strategizing by looking outward to fulfill mission.
The event will be held at the Cintas Center, Schiff Family Conference Center on February 23, 2017 beginning with registration and breakfast at 7:30am. There is an optional VIP lunch with Vu Le immediately following the conference for those who would like to continue the discussion with Vu Le.
Presenting Sponsor: The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Leadership Sponsors: Interact for Health, LARaterman Associates and United Way of Greater Cincinnati
Community Sponsors: CompManagement, Flynn & Co. CPA, Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News, and Anne Maxfield, LLC
More on Vu Le
Vu Le (“voo lay”)is a writer, speaker, vegan, Pisces, and the Executive Director of Rainier Valley Corps, a nonprofit in Seattle with the mission of developing and supporting leaders of color to strengthen the capacity of communities-of-color-led nonprofits and foster collaboration between diverse communities to effect systemic change.
Vu’s passion to make the world better, combined with a low score on the Law School Admission Test, drove him into the field of nonprofit work, where he learned that we should take the work seriously, but not ourselves. There’s tons of humor in the nonprofit world, and someone needs to document it. He is going to do that, with the hope that one day, a TV producer will see how cool and interesting our field is and make a show about nonprofit work, featuring attractive actors attending strategic planning meetings and filing 990 tax forms.