UW-Parkside to hold Nonprofit Leadership Conference Nov. 8
SOMERS – University of Wisconsin-Parkside's Continuing Education and Community and Business Engagement will host the 2019 Nonprofit Leadership Conference on November 8, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m in the Student Center Ballroom. This conference is designed for nonprofit professionals in southeast Wisconsin to explore leadership, community engagement, and the social impact of programs. The event provides an excellent networking opportunity with peers, potential board members, and resources from the community.
“I have attended the Nonprofit Leadership Conference at UW-Parkside at least eight times and every time, I have been grateful that I went,” said Karl Erikson, Executive Director of the ELCA Outreach Center of Kenosha. “We enjoy the networking, visiting the expo and learning new ways to be sustainable.”
The 2019 Nonprofit Leadership Conference engages community leaders through nationally-recognized speakers, film, and interactive discussions. Spend your morning enhancing your organization’s ability to promote non-traditional leadership through a keynote and workshop with Milwaukee’s own Paul Schmitz. After lunch, explore our Resource Expo and learn more about program evaluation through Kate Robinson’s short film “Failing Forward: On the Road to Social Impact,” followed by a discussion facilitated by the producer herself. Prepare to leave the conference feeling inspired and equipped to make meaningful progress in the important work you do every day.
The registration cost is $99. For more information or to register, visit uwp.edu/nonprofit or call (262) 595-3340. The low cost of this conference is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors and exhibitors including Lakeside Curative Services, Racine Community Foundation, Racine Dominicans, United Way of Racine County, United Way of Kenosha County, Andea & Orendorff LLP, Go Partner, Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management, Nonprofit Academy of Wisconsin, Wegner CPAs, and Westwords Consulting.
Contact: Debra Karp