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Tuesday, February 28, 2017 8:00 am

BBB Charity Effectiveness Symposium [NYC]

The Education and Research Foundation of the BBB of Metropolitan New York invites you to attend
BBB Charity Effectiveness Symposium XI

Driving Mission Through Changing Times
Nonprofit Leadership Voices, Purposes and Priorities

February 28, 2017
8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

Hosted By
Baruch College School of Public Affairs
55 Lexington Avenue at 24th Street, 14th Floor
 $35 per person

Keynote Conversation

Stephen Heintz
President, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, discussant

Heather C. McGhee
President, Demos, discussant

George Packer
Author, National Book Award Winner (for The Unwinding)
Contributor at The New Yorkermoderator

Leadership Discussions
Hear three stellar keynote speakers discuss the voice and role of nonprofits in our changing society. 
Thought leaders will also share insights about nonprofit priorities and strategies at this time.

Who Should Attend

This program is especially intended for charity and foundation executives.

$35 per person

Contact Christie Bowers,, 212.358.2829

Principal Sponsor:  KPMG
Anchor Sponsor:  American Express
Major Sponsor:  New York Community Trust 

Program Committee
Altman Foundation; American Express; BBB Education and Research Foundation; Baruch College/Marxe School of Public and International Affairs; BNY Mellon; Clark Foundation; Columbia School of Professional Studies/Nonprofit Management Programs; Community Resource Exchange; Fiscal Management Associates, LLC; Human Services Council; Long Island Community Foundation; New York Community Trust; NYC Department of Youth & Community Development; Philanthropy New York; Westchester Community Foundation

Event Supporters
The Association of Nonprofit Specialists; Baruch College/Marxe School of Public and International Affairs; Center for Nonprofit Leaders at Fordham University; Center for Nonprofit Leadership at Adelphi University; Human Services Council; New York Council of Nonprofits; New York Society of Association Executives; Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York; Nonprofit Westchester; NYC Department of Youth & Community Development;; Philanthropy New York

Cancellation Policy: If you register, need to cancel, and wish to request a refund, please notify us in writing by email to no later than 5 PM on Friday, February 24, 2017. We regret that we will not be able to offer refunds after that time, and likewise, cannot re-apply registration fees for this event to other purposes. You may send a substitute attendee in your place if necessary; we ask that you give us advance notice of the change if at all possible, to ensure a smooth event check-in process for your attendee. Thank you!

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