The fab staff at IS e-mailed me this description to put up on my blog to promote the conference.
Our society is changing rapidly and in unexpected ways, and we need young leaders to be part of an open conversation to help us all shape a more desirable 2020 for our organizations and the communities we serve.
Check out two new opportunities from Independent Sector to join that discussion:
- Independent Sector has just launched FutureLab: An Online Challenge for the Nonprofit Community to Chart a Vibrant 2020, a forum to share big ideas and identify common goals that will strengthen our organizations and expand our individual and combined impact. Join the online challenge to offer your ideas and get feedback from peers while contributing to the sector’s collective thinking. The ideas generated by FutureLab will be further explored at the IS Annual Conference, held in partnership with the Council of Michigan Foundations November 4-6.
- The NGen: Moving Nonprofit Leaders from Next to Now program, free to those attending the conference, provides an exceptional opportunity to enhance your professional networks, build your leadership skills, and contribute to these expansive conversations about future of the nonprofit community. Add your voice with more than 150 talented under-40 nonprofit leaders who will attend the conference in Detroit this year. Visit the IS website to view the NGen schedule, learn more about this diverse group of leaders, and register for the conference.