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An Evening for Nonprofit Executives:
The Future of Strategic Fundraising, Technology, and Talent

Event Partners: Learnit, PCS Technologies, Strategic Development Technologies, and 
the San Francisco Hisotrical Society

An Evening for Nonprofit Executives: The Future of Strategic Fundraising, Technology, and Talent. Thursday, May 16th.
Event Details:

Join us as we embark on a journey to empower nonprofits to amplify their impact and drive meaningful change in the communities they serve, through a focus on 3 critical areas – advanced technology strategies, fundraising techniques, and the effectiveness of focusing on your team’s professional development. Donations support the SF Historical Society.

We’re in for a treat on the evening of May 16 (and not just the cocktails if you’re with us in-person in the studio audience). Thought leaders of three companies that provide highly valued services to nonprofits will share their thoughts as to the road ahead for mission-driven organizations. They’ll cover a range of topics: fundraising, information technology, and the impact of embedding a learning culture in your organization. (*And if you can join us that evening in-person we’re having a party right there in the museum.)

Without debate, the environment for nonprofits is as challenging today as ever- as is the opportunity to fulfill their missions for those organizations that position themselves accordingly. Our panel of speakers will help us focus on some of the latest approaches, tools, and techniques currently employed by successful mission-driven companies. They’ll also help us shed some light on the nonprofit road ahead in their respective areas of service. No surprise that the discussion will involve the criticality of employing effective data technologies, the power of investing in your people through professional development as a recruitment and retention tool, and basic approaches to engaging a nonprofit constituency- and successfully developing a supportive, loyal donor base.

About the Speakers:

Dan Hernandez, founder of Professional Computer Support (PCS): Dan leads PCS with over 30 years of expertise. He founded Professional Computer Support (PCS) in 1989 to become the Bay Area’s preeminent IT Support partner for medium-sized businesses, all while using leading-edge products to support his client’s business needs. During the presentation Dan will engage the audience with an informative presentation, that delves into the realm of nonprofit organizations and their journey towards leveraging technology for maximum impact. With a specific focus on IT strategies, our discussion aims to equip nonprofits with the tools and knowledge necessary to navigate complex regulatory landscapes, such as HIPAA compliance, while simultaneously expanding their reach and influence within their communities.

Al Spector, President of Strategic Development Technologies: Over the past couple of decades Al’s work has focused on helping nonprofits and small businesses start, operate, and succeed. He has served the nonprofit/social impact community in various roles: executive director, board member, strategic advisor, volunteer, staff, and fundraiser. Before turning his full attention to nonprofits and small businesses Al held various corporate posts in leading global companies. He earned his economics degree from UC Berkeley, an executive MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, and a law degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder.

Damon Lembi, CEO of Learnit: Damon is a two-time bestselling author, host of The Learn-It-All Podcast, and a thought leader whose passion for leadership development and life-long learning shines through in his energetic and inspiring speaking engagements. As CEO of Learnit–the global leader in corporate training—he’s helped upskilled over 1.8 million people gaining valuable, behind-the-scenes insight into how great companies learn and what makes strong leaders effective. Prior to joining Learnit, Damon had a successful baseball career playing for three Hall of Fame coaches and picking up practical lessons about teamwork, motivation, and persistence that contribute to his unique perspective on leadership. In his bestselling The Learn-It-All Leader—Mindset, Traits, and Tools he distilled and developed that perspective providing insights and strategies for leaders of every level to embrace continuous learning and build their leadership skills. With nearly thirty years of experience, Damon brings valuable leadership lessons and an approachable style to every talk. His actionable insights on motivation, teamwork, and life-long learning have been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, ATD, and Chief Executive, among others. With heartfelt humor and contagious passion, Damon inspires audiences to keep growing through continuous learning and to unleash their inner learn-it-all leader.

Event Logistics:

Please join us! We’ll be streaming the event live, and we’ve got some in-person seating in the museum (please note that you’ll need a ticket either way, both are free. The in-person seats may go quickly, so best if register right away if you’re coming to the museum to be with us that evening).

In-person guests should arrive at 4PM for cocktail hour and mingle with other nonprofit executives. There are several nearby parking garages nearby, including, Portsmouth Square Garage.

Reserve Your Tickets Here: https://givebutter.com/NonprofitExecutives

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