The Second Hank Rosso Forum is October 4th

It's what our sector is being asked to do.
How do we get there?

Don't miss this full afternoon of thought-provoking conversations with leaders from foundations, business and enterprising organizations. Reception to follow.
When: Wednesday, October 4, 1:30-6PM
Where: Bank of America Auditorium @ 555 California Street, San Francisco
Reception follows: Across the street at the Omni Hotel @ 500 California Street (food and non-alcoholic beverages served, no-host bar for wine)

AFP Golden Gate Members & General Community: Click here to register
Members of DER, NCPGC, YNPN & AFP Members from Other Chapters:  Click here to register
$60 AFP Members and DER Members 
$90 General Community
Earns 4.5 CFRE Credits

We are not alone. With more investors, businesses, government agencies and new nonprofits focused on doing good, lines are blurring, movements are happening, and our world is benefiting. As social change accelerates, the nonprofit public benefit sector needs to make sure it continues to lead. Competition is stiff, and qualities like integrity, collaboration, agility and transparency are more important than ever.

´╗┐ Join   AFP Golden Gate  and Development Executives Roundtable (DER)   for an afternoon of tough questions, inspiring dialog, and problem solving to accelerate social change.
Hank Rosso Forum
CHAIR

SPEAKER
Scott Harrison, Senior Vice President,   U.S. Trust

SPEAKER: IT'S TIME TO GET CREATIVE
Patrice Martin , Former Co-Lead & Creative Director (since 2004),   IDEO.org

PANEL #1: ANTICIPATING, NAVIGATING, IMPLEMENTING CHANGE
Change is constant in our communities and organizations. In the Bay Area, the pressure to change--to disrupt--is relentless. As we attempt change, we look to those who have done it successfully for the lessons that may help us realize our need for change. The panelists are leaders who have guided significant organization change in response to a variety of internal and external needs. How did they reach their decisions? What helped them make the change? What were the obstacles? The panel session will be followed by Q&A.

Lauren B. Dachs , President & Vice Chair, S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
Don Howard , President & CEO, The James Irvine Foundation
Donald Falk , Chief Executive Officer, TNDC (Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation)
Aaron Rashba, D ER Board, California State Parks Foundation, Moderator
PANEL #2: WE ARE NO LONGER ALONE -- THE BLURRING OF PHILANTHROPY
Nonprofits are no longer the only entities working to achieve breakthroughs in education, medicine, environment, social justice and other issues that drive problems we need to solve. Ashley Boren has worked with industry, associations and farms to achieve significant environmental change. Villy Wang's organization works in forprofit and nonprofit arenas with the same guiding vision. Bill Unger'a philanthropic investments support innovations that combine social change with products and good business practice. What are the benefits of cross-sector cooperation and investment? Why is this a growing phenomenon? What are the challenges? How are you reaching across sectors? The panel session will be followed by Q&A.

Ashley Boren , Executive Director, Sustainable Conservation
Bill Unger ,   Social Entrepreneur, CARE Enterprises
Villy Wang ,   Executive Director, BAYCAT
Brittany M. Janis , AFP Golden Gate Immediate Past President, Environmental Defense Fund, Moderator
Co-Hosts:   Susan Corlett, AFP Golden Gate President | Christine Poremski Rodrigues, DER President 

Co-Organizers:   Brittany Janis, AFP Golden Gate Immediate Past President | Ian McCuaig, DER Past President | Aaron Rashba, DER Board Member | Eric Talbert, AFP Golden Gate Board Member