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SHIFT: LEARNING TO THRIVE IN A COMPLEX WORLD
In this era of increasingly complex challenges, changing community demographics and relentless pace of change, can nonprofits find meaningful and enduring solutions?
To thrive in the future, we will need to shift:
Shift our thinking
Every year at the Washington State Nonprofit Conference, over 500 nonprofit and civil society leaders come together to celebrate successes and tackle tough issues. This year we will examine what shifts we are experiencing and how we can adapt to our rapidly changing world. We will gather together thought leaders with diverse perspectives who will challenge our thinking and lead us to solutions for the future.
Inspiring Keynote Speaker: Connie Rice
Connie Rice is renowned for her unconventional approaches to equity and inclusion. A former NAACP Legal Defense Fund’s lawyer and the founder of the Advancement Project, Connie Rice left the courtroom and took to the streets of Los Angeles to fight gang violence. Provocative and passionate, She will confront and inspire us with her stories of taking on school and bus systems, Death Row, the states of Mississippi and California and the Los Angeles Police department.
Four Workshop Tracks with 18 Workshops
Workshops at this year’s conference will explore these shifts and what we should do to address them in meaningful ways. Tracks will cover subjects ranging from coalition building to leadership style; from story telling to volunteer management, from new technologies to new ways of thinking.
Paradigm Shift: Communities United Around Common Causes
Pre-conference Nonprofit Finance Track on May 13
CliftonLarsonAllen’s pre-conference nonprofit finance sessions offering a deeper dive into financial, IRS compliance and Board governance issues for CFOs, CEOs and board members. Our five pre-conference workshops will discuss: Cyber Crime and Payment Fraud Trends, Cost Allocations, Benchmarking and How to Measure your Organization’s Success, Exempt Organization IRS issues and Nonprofit Financials: What your Board needs to know.
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