Thursday, March 11, 2010

Last Week to Register - Limited Space

YNPN San Diego is about to put on an amazing professional development workshop with fantastic panelists – we hope you will join us. Only 20 spots total available by registering here!

About the workshop:

Join YNPN San Diego and leaders from the San Diego nonprofit community to discuss what leadership looks like throughout the generations. Listen in as our panelists discuss what each generation brings to the leadership table and how we can together prepare for the future of leadership. Following the panel, we will open the space with facilitated group conversations about multiple generations working together to advance the nonprofit community in San Diego. Join our panelists and your colleagues as they share their own experiences and lessons learned related to leadership and provide you with an opportunity to ask questions, get feedback and share your own input on multigenerational leadership.

Date: March 18th 6 – 8 pm

Location: Dean’s Conference Room @ The School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. Please follow THIS LINK for directions and the nearest parking structure. Dean’s office on the second floor of the RBC 4 (Student Affairs/Dean’s Office) Building.

Fee: $10


About the Facilitator and Panelists:

Ryan Feinstein – Facilitator
Co-Founder, Next-Gen Collaborative

Ryan Feinstein is the Co-Founder of the “Next-Gen Collaborative” – a strategic consulting and leadership development organization that offers collaborative tools and practices for next-gen leaders to be successful professionally and fulfilled personally for making a contribution in their lives, communities, and organizations. He is also the founder of the Global Youth in Action Programs and Program Development Director for the Bali Institute for Global Renewal, a non-profit that offers programs on leadership and indigenous wisdom. Working with the World Café Community Foundation, Ryan is currently helping to develop new ways for conversational leadership to be brought into communities and organizations as a basis for social innovation and transformation.

Emily Davis – Panelist
President, EDA Consulting & Co-Founder/Chair YNPN San Diego

Emily began her career working in the field of ending violence against women more than 10 years ago as a community activist, victim advocate, and trainer. She now focuses her attention and expertise on next gen issues in both philanthropy and the nonprofit sector, presenting her research and trends throughout the country. Since Spring 2007, Emily has been serving as a nonprofit consultant and philanthropic advisor to various individuals and organizations through her company, Emily Davis & Associates Consulting. She has served on numerous nonprofit committees and boards in Colorado and San Diego and recently completed her Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Fundraising Professionals San Diego; as an adjunct-professor at UCSD Extension's Fundraising Certificate program; Editorial Advisor for Nonprofit World Magazine; and serves on many other committees.

Sherri Petro - Panelist
President, VPI Strategies and founding partner in Workplace Evolution

Sherri Petro has been consulting for 10 years in the for-profit, nonprofit, and government sectors after a 16 year corporate career. Sherri creates financially sustainable organizations and helps bridge the gap between generational misunderstandings that result from different belief structures and lack of coherent communication. She shares the motivations of each generation to help organizations create better targeting, messaging and connections to the marketers. Her diverse professional background includes customer service, operations, administration, sales, marketing and strategic planning. Sherri earned an MBA from Pepperdine University and BA in Psychology from Youngstown State University, magna cum laude.

John Falchi - Panelist

The general purpose guiding John in his calling is "Positive Well-Being for All Living Things." Although he is retired from being a College Pol. Sci. Professor, a Chief Development Officer for Major NGOs, and a Development Consultant to Non-profit Organizations, John continues to help many organi-zational leaders, who are in concert with his general purpose, to meet their goals and objectives, in fund raising, organizational planning, membership building and PR work, pro bono, through the Global Culture Network of P.A.C.E

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