Nonprofit Breakfast 2023

Friday, April 28, 2023

7:30-10 AM

Kenosha Country Club

**PLEASE NOTE: The event is currently at capacity. Please contact Anna Fabian directly,, to be added to a waitlist.**


Please join us for this free event to recognize our current community-based learning partnerships and encourage networking with Parkside faculty for potential future projects. 

In addition, we are excited to welcome Dr. Danielle Vance-McMullen, Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Management and Public Policy at DePaul University’s School of Public Service, as our keynote speaker. Dr. Vance-McMullen will share her expertise in her talk, “Breaking Through the Noise: Embracing Trends in Giving and Philanthropy.”


7:15 am  |  Registration Opens

7:45 am  |  Event Kick-Off and Welcome

8:00 am  |  Program and Awards
Outstanding Partnership Award

8:15 am  | Networking

9:00 am  |  Keynote

Danielle Vance-McMullen, Ph.D.

9:45 am  |  Wrap-up

Danielle VanceMcMullen headshot

About Dr. Danielle Vance-McMullen

Dr. Danielle Vance-McMullen is an Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Management and Public Policy at DePaul University. Her research agenda focuses on donor and nonprofit behavior in new charitable giving contexts. She serves as the Co-Director of the Donor Advised Fund Research Collaborative, which recently published the first national account-level study of Donor Advised Funds. She also examines the rise of Giving Tuesday and the decline of workplace giving. She specializes in quantitative analysis using big administrative datasets and behavioral experiments. Dr. Vance-McMullen holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy and an MA in Economics from Duke University. She also holds an MA in Philanthropic Studies and an MPA in Nonprofit Management from IUPUI. Before earning her Ph.D., Dr. Vance-McMullen was a consultant to nonprofit organizations at The Alford Group in Evanston, IL.

Let us know if your organization would like to sponsor this important event. Opportunities are still available!




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