Live United
United Way of Westchester and Putnum
Monday, May 5, 2014
8:00 am — 4:00 pm
Fee: $30; $20 for additional staff; $35 at door

Doubletree Hotel Tarrytown
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8:00 am

8:30 am
Breakfast and
Keynote Speaker

10:00 am
Breakout Sessions

11:45 am
Luncheon and Keynote Speaker

1:30 pm
Breakout Sessions

3:00 pm
Networking Reception
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  Bringing together volunteer and professional leaders in the Not-For-Profit sector to identify   emerging challenges and opportunities, shape new leadership strategies and build   organizations that excel.

Presented by Underwritten in part by
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TD Charitable Foundation

Workshop Presentations

Workshop 4: The New York Nonprofit Revitalization Act: What You Need to Know
Workshop 6: Crowd Funding is So Much More than a Way to Raise Money
Workshop 11: StrategyTalk: Board Conversations that Get You from Good to Great
Workshop 12: How We Make Decisions: Why Style Matters
Workshop 14: New Designs for Changing Times: Organizational Restructuring Options in our Rapidly Changing World
Workshop 15: Creating and Maintaining a Supportive and Diverse Workplace Within a Nonprofit Organization
Workshop 16: The Role of Positive Employee Experience in a Zero Dollar Environment

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Keynote Speakers

Fran Barrett

Fran Barrett is the NYS Governor Appointed InterAgency Coordinator for Not-for-Profit Services as of Spring, 2012 and is working to reform the NYS grant contracting system. Dedicated to improving the lives of poor New Yorkers, in 1979, she founded the nonprofit consulting group, CRE, to help nonprofit leaders build strong and effective infrastructures to position their organizations to affect poverty.

Fran was inducted into WNET’s Community Hall of Fame, and received the NY Public Library Brooke Russell Astor Award to honor her as “an outstanding individual whose dedication and perseverance have made an important contribution toward improving the quality of life in New York City”.

Andrew Solomon

Andrew Solomon is a writer and lecturer of remarkable talent and intellect. In his books and essays he explores the subjects of politics, culture, and psychology with extraordinary humanity. His latest work, Far From the Tree: Parents, Children & the Search for Identity, was awarded the New York Times Ten Best Books of 2012 and the 2012 National Book Critics Circle Award for nonfiction.

Beyond his writing Andrew is an outspoken activist and philanthropist for many causes in LGBT rights, mental health, education and the arts. He is founder of the Solomon Research Fellowships in LGBT Studies at Yale University and serves on the board of directors for many national organizations.


Underwritten in part by
TD Charitable Foundation

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