Past Conferences

2013

11th Annual Connecticut Nonprofit Conference

Partners in Progress: Exceeding Expectations

The 2013 Conference page can be viewed in its entirety, including details on seminars, toy drive and sponsors.


2012

10th Annual Connecticut Nonprofit Conference

Reflections on Success

The 2012 Conference page can be viewed in its entirety, including details on seminars, toy drive  and sponsors.


2011

9th Annual Connecticut Nonprofit Conference

Point of Change

The 2011 Conference page can be viewed in its entirety, including details on seminars, toy drive sponsors and a video exerpt of our keynote speaker!

 


2010

8th Annual Connecticut Nonprofit Conference
Vision Focused, Mission Driven: The Power of Nonprofits

The 2010 Conference page can be viewed in its entirety, including details on seminars, toy drive, sponsors and a video excerpt of our keynote speaker!

 


2009

7th Annual Connecticut Nonprofit Conference
Imagine. Innovate. Impact.

The 2009 Conference page can be viewed in its entirety, including details on seminars, our first annual toy drive, sponsors and a video excerpt of our keynote speaker!
 

2008

6th Annual Connecticut Nonprofit Conference
Sustaining Nonprofits, Strengthening Communities

Monday, November 17, 2008
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cromwell, Connecticut 

Conference Program (3.8 MB, PDF)
Conference Invitation Brochure (1.5 MB, PDF)
Sponsorship Opportunities (1.1 MB, PDF) 

Featuring Key Note Speaker:

Paul C. Light, Ph.D., an award-winning and best-selling author, management expert, respected professor from the Wagner School of Public Service, New York University, and non-resident senior fellow from the Brookings Institution

Also Featuring:

Patrick A. Corvington, a senior associate at The Annie E. Casey Foundation and former executive director of Innovation Network

Ami Dar, founder and executive director of Action Without Borders (the nonprofit organization that maintains idealist.org, a popular online resource for nonprofits), and one of NonProfit Times' past 50 powerful and influential people in the nonprofit sector 

Morning Seminars:

A. Ready to Lead? Next Generation Leadership
B. Imagining a Better World: How Can We All Work Together for a Bigger Impact?
C. Nonprofit Ventures: An Oxymoron?

Afternoon Workshops:

1. The Politics and Realities of Social Entrepreneurship
2. YouTube and Facebook and Blogs, Oh My! Social Technology to Further Your Mission
3. Reframing Your Message: How Can You Communicate Your Value
4. Leave No One Behind: Engaging Minority Communities
5. Collaborations: Lessons From the Field
6. Play at Work! Building Leadership and Team Skills Through Improvisation and Play
7. How Your Organization Can Excel in Challenging Times
8. We're in the Money: Effective Strategies for Increasing Your Earned Income
9. Multicultural Leadership: Creating the Pipeline

Our Sponsors

Gold:
Haggett Longobardi, a Division of J.H. Cohn LLP
eBenefits Group

Silver:
PPI Benefit Solutions
RC Knox & Company
Beardsley, Brown & Bassett
The Technology Group, LLC
Whittlesey & Hadley, P.C.

Bronze:
Bay Path College
iMentor Interactive
Kostin, Ruffkess & Company, LLC
Mutual of America
Payroll for Nonprofits

 

2007

CT Nonprofits' 5th Annual Conference
Leading the Charge: Energizing Nonprofit Excellence

November 7, 2007
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cromwell, Connecticut