Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 from 9:30am to 3:15pm
|Age Limit||18 and up|
Ready to take your career to the next level? Join us for a comprehensive skills-building workshop where a team of experts will walk you through how to manage a team, measure your effectiveness, present with confidence, and deliberately manage and shape your career. You'll also learn about finding mentors and career coaches, cultivating connections, branding yourself, and much more!
Kimberley Jutze is a social activist and founder of Shifting Patterns Consulting, a B Corporation that transforms teams for greater social impact. She helps socially responsible business and nonprofit leaders identify what’s really getting in the way of effective teamwork, build the skills to address these challenges, and put a support system in place to maintain improved performance. Kimberley has helped social enterprise accelerators, like Ashoka Changemakers, social responsible business associations, like Chesapeake Sustainable Business Council, and social justice networks, like National Justice for Our Neighbors determine their strategic direction, build stronger teams, and mobilize resources. Kimberley has written a case study for the 10th edition of Organization Development and Change, is the author of the “Nonprofit Funding and Long Term Sustainability” Social Good Guide, is a regular contributor to SEE Change Magazine, and was a Nonprofit Radio guest in November 2015 for a show on collective impact. Kimberley has a Master of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and a Master of Arts in International Politics from American University.
Joanne Sonenshine is Founder + CEO of Connective Impact, an advisory firm aiding organizations in strategic goal development, partnership strategy, fundraising diversification, and collective thinking in order to solve some of the most complex problems of our time. Joanne is a trained development economist and has been living and working in the Washington, D.C. area since 2004. Her professional experiences have included working at the U.S. Department of Commerce International Trade Association, as a registered lobbyist advocating for more comprehensive environmental sustainability regulations, and as a program director for a large international NGO working on climate change, land use, and agriculture investments. Joanne’s book, ChangeSeekers: Finding Your Path to Impact, documents how to overcome fear, uncertainty and risk aversion to seek fulfillment in one’s life, and truly make a difference. Joanne lives in Arlington, Virginia, with her husband and two boys.
Bring your questions and something to write on if you would like to take notes.
|Perks||Coffee and lunch (including vegetarian and vegan options) will be served.|
|Parking Details||Limited street parking.|