Session Highlight: “Radically Adapting to a New World – How to Make the Most Impact During Ever-Changing and Ever-Challenging Times” – Sep 23
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on September 1, 2020
As circumstances continue to rapidly change on the ground, many organizations are making strategic pivots to maximize their impact, despite catalytic changes in their ecosystems. The result—exponential impact.
In this panel, Jim Bildner, CEO of Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, moderates the discussion between Clementine Jacoby, Founder and Executive Director of Recidiviz; Bianca Tylek, Founder and Executive Director of Worth Rises; and Wawira Njiru, Founder and Executive Director of Food for Education. Learn how these nonprofit leaders are making their own strategic pivots within their organizations.
Join us for an ONLINE convening of the 15th Annual Nonprofit Management Institute COVID-19: Reshaping Social Innovation, September 22-24, 2020.
As we continue working to put the final touches on our NMI 2020 programming, we encourage you to visit our website to view our lastest confirmed speakers and sessions. We’re excited about this year’s line-up and hope to see you online for Stanford Social Innovation Review’s 15th annual Nonprofit Management Institute, “COVID-19: Reshaping Social Innovation.”
To find out more and to register, please visit: http://www.ssirinstitute.org/#tile_tickets_anchor?utm_source=Event_Email&utm_campaign=SSIR_Live&utm_medium=Email
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