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  • Conference Resources — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    We Help Nonprofits and Caroline Newsom Social Enterprise and Business Consultant Kingdom Builders Management LLC Megaphone for Your Mission Engaging the Community in Your Impact Patrick McWhortor President CEO Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Workshop Session 2 Nonprofit Sustainability for the Future Anne Byrne Professional in Residence ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Accounting for Volunteer Contributions Laurie Mook Ph D Assistant Professor Arizona State University How the World is Changing the Rules of Philanthropy Fundraising Penelope Cagny President CEO The Cagney Company Keynote Where Do Solutions Come From Revamping Your Business Model Jan Masaoka CEO California Association of Nonprofits Workshop Session 3 Design Thinking Problem Solving That s Not Just for Designers Anymore Mary Evangeliste Owner Fearless Future and Jonathan Silberman Owner Fearless Future Successful Relationships with Donors and Beneficiaries the Bedrock of Mission Strategy and Impact Ian Bruce President Centre for Charity Effectiveness at City University London s Cass Business School How Arizona Nonprofits Measure Their Performance by Outcomes Karina Lungo Senior Research Associate ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Stephanie La Loggia Manager of Knowledge Resources ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Fundraising and Finance On the Same Team Virginia Foltz Vice President of Financial Services CFO Treasurer ASU Foundation and Kathie Cuomo Vice President and Managing Director of Development ASU Foundation Workshop Session 4 Telling Your Story for Impact and Investment Andrea Beaulieu Owner Andrea Beaulieu Creates LLC Blue Sky Thinking Using Shared Vision and Data to Drive Your Organization s Message Patsy Kraeger Ph D Sr Director of Strategic Initiatives Arizona First Things First and Barry Kibel Ph D Director of Innovation and Research SEED Impact Sustainability and Scalability Unlock the Power of Your Balance Sheet and Access Capital Michael McDonald Executive Director Habitat for Humanity Tucson Top 10 Things All Nonprofit Managers

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  • Conference Location — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    Actions Print this Share this Press Room Beyond the bottom line Nonprofits look to ASU for help navigating a changing landscape Sep 05 2014 ASU lauded for entrepreneurship economic growth Aug 19 2014 Survey sets the stage for future of volunteerism in Arizona Jul 28 2014 ASU Lodestar Center announces class VII of Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy engaging 31 program participants in the 2014 2015 year Jul 23 2014

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  • Arizona Giving and Volunteering Report — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation has released the 2010 Arizona Giving and Volunteering Report a summary of data from a web based survey of nearly 700 Arizona resident households conducted in the summer of 2009 The report offers detailed results of the charitable behavior of Arizona residents and also discloses specific charitable behaviors for Arizona s Hispanic population For information on past Giving and Volunteering Reports please review the list of documents linked below 2008 Arizona Giving and Volunteering Report 2003 Arizona Giving and Volunteering Report 2003 Arizona Giving and Volunteering Report Additional Information on Methodology 2002 Pima County Giving 2002 Pima County Volunteering To view a report please select the report title You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader Document Actions Print this Share this Press Room Beyond the bottom line Nonprofits look to ASU for help navigating a changing landscape Sep 05 2014 ASU lauded for entrepreneurship economic growth Aug 19 2014 Survey sets the stage for future of volunteerism in Arizona Jul 28 2014 ASU Lodestar Center announces class VII of Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy engaging 31 program participants in the 2014 2015 year Jul 23 2014 Higher education responds to nonprofit leadership

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  • Conference Presenters — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mary Evangeliste Owner Fearless Future Mary Evangeliste is an award winning social marketer and presenter and a best selling author She has written and presented widely over the past seven years on change management and nonprofit marketing Mary is known for motivating and enthusiastic lectures and workshops and managing with clear communication Some of the local and national groups Mary has taught with include the State Department Maryland School of Art and Design Prince George s Community College and University of Pittsburgh She has held positions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art The Smithsonian The National Gallery of Art American University Library and the University of Arizona Libraries This combined love of art and social justice necessitated a move toward learning about and developing marketing events and campaigns for nonprofits Mary is currently writing her second book that will focuses on management strategies She also currently serves on the advisory board of First Book Tucson and resides in Tucson AZ Virginia Foltz Vice President of Financial Services CFO Treasurer ASU Foundation Virginia leads a financial office that supports the cultivation and development activities of the ASU Foundation and the university by providing a wide range of financial services Under Ginny s leadership the office collaborates closely with units across the foundation and university to provide the infrastructure that enables others to achieve their financial goals and objectives Conni Ingallina Owner SOS Association Management Solutions Conni has an extensive background in business and business management including financial marketing and the automotive industry For the past 17 years she has been managing associations in Arizona Her experience in the nonprofit sector includes serving as the Administrative Director of the Association of Travel Agents of America for 13 years Executive Director of The Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations since 2004 Executive Director of the Arizona Community Tree Council since 2006 and Communications Director for the Alzheimer s Research and Prevention Foundation SOS currently provides full service management to 7 nonprofits ranging from professional trade and nonprofit associations Conni is a 2011 graduate of the Athena Power Link Program a past Board Member and Treasurer of the Arizona Society of Association Executives and was voted 2009 Member of the Year a past member of the National Bank of Arizona Non Profit Advisory Board a member of AMC Institute and Past President of the USAFA Arizona Parents Club Carole Kauffman Chief Learning and Development Officer Neighborhood Housing Services Ms Kauffman is a Vice President and Officer of the Corporation and directly responsible for the identification solicitation and recognition of fundraising support She is the staff liaison to the Board s Resource Development and Marketing Committee charged with helping raise capital and resources for NHS Phoenix As Chief Development Officer she writes grant applications to secure funding for all services and programs offered by Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix She also solicits private and public partners and individuals for additional financial support During her six years with NHS Phoenix she has helped raise a total of 3mm in corporate contributions Ms Kauffman also oversees all community outreach and collateral materials produced for NHS Phoenix to ensure that there is consistent branding on all materials In addition she develops and manages the volunteer program which includes identifying soliciting training scheduling and motivating volunteers Pamela Keefe VP Nonprofit Manager National Bank of Arizona A veteran banker with more than 20 years experience Pamela acts as a financial guide facilitating the many products and services available from the National Bank of Arizona From Treasury Management services lending and credit assistance and everything in between Pam connects organizations with the right experts Pam joined NB AZ in 2001 with a broad set of experiences in the financial services industry She is an active member of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits the AZ Foundation for Women s Angel Committee AZSAE Central Phoenix Women and several other local organizations Barry Kibel Ph D Director of Innovation and Research SEED Impact Barry is an innovator in the field of program evaluation and impact measurement Over his career he has designed and led the implementation of evaluations for large Federal programs State initiatives and diverse local programs His Journey Mapping tool was the first ever interactive evaluation to be conducted using the Internet and has been adopted for use by hundreds of transformation focused programs His approach to impact measurement is based on mapping results using one to multiple developmental ladders Barry is author of Success Stories as Hard Data and numerous professional publications He earned his Ph D from the University of California at Berkeley in City and Regional Planning his early studies were in applied mathematics He resides in Tucson Patsy Kraeger Ph D Sr Director of Strategic Initiatives Arizona First Things First Dr Patsy Kraeger is the Sr Director for Strategic Initiatives for Arizona First Things First AZFTF She has a PhD from the ASU School of Public Affairs Previously she was with the Arizona Governor s Office for Children Youth and Families She has worked in the private and nonprofit sectors She has published in academic and practioner venues relating to public and nonprofit topics Dr Kraeger also serves as an adjunct faculty member for the ASU School of Public Affairs She is a member of the Arizona Grantmaker Forum and sits on its evaluation steering committee She is an active community volunteer Stephanie La Loggia Manager of Knowledge Resources ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Stephanie La Loggia is the Manager of Knowledge Resources for the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Some of her past research projects include the Nonprofit Compensation Benefits Report and Arizona Giving Volunteering publications Stephanie teaches undergraduate courses in the Nonprofit Leadership and Management program and she has also been a youth summer camp director for over 20 years Karina Lungo Senior Research Associate ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Karina Lungo works for the ASU Lodestar Center as a Senior Research Associate of Knowledge Resources She holds a Masters of Nonprofit Studies from Arizona State University and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Murcia Spain With 14 years of experience in the corporate sector managing supply chain and information technology projects she is turning to the nonprofit sector with a focus in developing best practices to measure social impact in nonprofit organizations Karina also volunteers as the founding Executive Director of Steps of Love an international nonprofit organization Linda Lyman President CEO New Pathways for Youth After a dynamic and lengthy business career Ms Lyman entered the nonprofit sector spurred by her years of successful program leadership and development within her church and community Linda has a passion for mentoring In 2003 2004 Ms Lyman was the Executive Director of the Arizona Mentoring Partnership an umbrella organization representing mentoring organization around the state Since September 2004 she has been leading New Pathways for Youth formerly known as Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk the Valley s premier mentoring agency for at risk and homeless children and youth During her tenure Youth at Risk has grown from a one program organization serving 40 teens annually to a five program agency serving upwards of 800 children teens and their families each year Ms Lyman has a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Arizona State University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration Joel Martin Ph D President Triad West Inc Dr Joel Martin is a coach trainer and author she has earned a PhD in Communications a Masters of Psychology and recognition as a Wharton Fellow Wharton Business School Her areas of expertise are diversity inclusion and transformational leadership Joel has spoken on these topics before people of all ages before corporations churches universities and small businesses across the country U S and internationally Joel is the author of How to be a Positively Powerful Person and Get Your Me Brand Awareness MBA the Positively Powerful Way She founded the Positively Powerful Woman Awards which recognizes women making an impact in order to inspire all people to live their dreams She is a 2012 Phoenix Business Journal Diversity Champion and Human Relations Commissioner City of Scottsdale In her previous career as an ad agency owner Dr Martin appeared on the Today Show in the NY Times Essance Black Enterprise and Fortune Michael McDonald Executive Director Habitat for Humanity Tucson A 3rd generation Arizonan with a master s degree in international management from Thunderbird Michael McDonald has held executive positions in all three sectors of the economy with the last 9 years as director of Habitat for Humanity Tucson where he has utilized such innovative financing as New Market Tax Credits and social venture capital Michael is an active community volunteer serving on nonprofit boards and governmental commissions as well as teaching master s level classes in nonprofit management The rest of the time he s either playing with his grand daughters bird watching enjoying local micro brews while writing the odd poem or two or attempting to sleep Patrick McWhortor President CEO Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Patrick McWhortor is President and CEO of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits The Alliance is a 501 c 3 statewide membership organization dedicated to serving supporting protecting and promoting all Arizona nonprofits McWhortor s background in the nonprofit community includes founding NPower Arizona serving as Interim Executive Director of the NPower National Network working as Assistant Director at Data Network for Human Services and serving on many nonprofit boards of directors He is past Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Council of Nonprofits and serves on the board of Arizona Town Hall He also taught nonprofit public policy and political science courses at Arizona State University McWhortor a 2011 Flinn Brown Civic Leadership Academy Fellow and a 2004 graduate of Valley Leadership cut his teeth as an advocate in the late 1980 s and early 1990 s as a lobbyist for education and environmental causes McWhortor earned both a B A in political science and M P A in public administration from Arizona State University A resident of Arizona for more than 30 years he and his family live in Cave Creek Laurie Mook Assistant Professor Arizona State University Laurie Mook is Assistant Professor in the Nonprofit Leadership and Management program in the School of Community Resources and Development and research associate at the Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation at Arizona State University Prior to moving to Arizona Laurie was co director of the Social Economy Centre of the University of Toronto in Canada She is co author of What Counts Social Accounting for Nonprofits and Cooperatives now in its second edition from Sigel Press and of Understanding the Social Economy from the University of Toronto Press Her latest book is an edited collection Accounting for Social Value 2013 University of Toronto Press Her areas of interest are the social economy nonprofits co operatives and social enterprise volunteerism and social accounting Malia Mullen Director of Board Development YNPN San Diego Malia Mullen is currently the Director of Board Development at YNPN San Diego and a Development Executive with United Way of San Diego County Additionally she teaches Communications Public Speaking and Marketing at San Diego State University and University of Phoenix She earned a MBA in Global Leadership and Management BA in Philosophy and Certificates in Nonprofit Management and Grant Writing Malia has spent her career focused on communication and personal branding as well as marketing public speaking and relationship building management Caroline Newsom Social Enterprise and Business Consultant Kingdom Builders Management LLC Caroline Newsom is a 20 year veteran in social services and community development She has 12 years of experience overseeing a community business bank as the Executive Director and CEO Caroline is a pioneer of micro enterprise development in the State of Arizona She established Arizona s 1 st Small Business Administration Women s Business Center Her role as an Executive Director encompassed providing over 10 000 start up businesses with development expansion and financial services Caroline partnered with Bank of America in 2005 to launch a social enterprise loan referral network where over 100 000 referrals over three years were funneled to nation wide community banks Mrs Newsom is currently one of St Luke Health Initiative s consultants for its Social Enterprise Technical Assistance Program Since 2010 Caroline has helped development over 30 Arizona social enterprise projects with organizations such as St Mary s Food Bank Rehoboth CDC and VisionQuest 20 20 Darlene Newsom CEO UMOM New Day Centers Darlene Newsom is CEO of UMOM New Day Centers and has worked with the homeless population for over 30 years She has her Bachelor s in Public Administration from the University of Arizona and a Master s from University of Phoenix in Organizational Management In addition to her UMOM work she is an active member of the MAG Continuum of Care Committee Board member of ONE and a Board member of Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness Prior to UMOM she was Executive Director of Open Inn in Tucson an agency proving housing and services to homeless teens Gayle Pincus Social Enterprise Catalyst We Help Nonprofits Gayle Pincus is a Social Enterprise Catalyst advocating and advising social entrepreneurs and enterprising nonprofits to create thriving profitable social enterprises Her storybook Melons to Money Growing Food Lives and Social Enterprise is available on Amazon In her distinguished corporate career Gayle held executive positions with two global companies gaining expertise in the critical success factors for businesses She spent years honing this expertise to fit the social sector Ms Pincus has been recognized by the Academy of Women Achievers New York City YWCA and is active in Social Enterprise Alliance and Social Capital Markets She serves on the board of Experience Matters a 501 c 3 that connects talent with community As a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University she teaches Social Entrepreneurship to practitioners and students Gayle has an M B A from M I T s Sloan School of Management and a B S from University of Illinois Gayle enjoys international travel and hiking Martin Quintana Chief Economic Development Officer Chicanos Por La Causa Inc Martin Quintana is Chief Economic Development Officer C E D O for Chicanos Por La Causa Inc CPLC His responsibilities include managing the Housing and Economic Development divisions within Arizona and Nevada which includes property management single family multi family and commercial development business lending homebuyer education services business enterprises and quick service franchise restaurants Previously at CPLC Martin served as the Chief Operating Officer and as the Chief Financial Officer Martin has more than 25 years of financial and operational management experience in both for profit and non profit businesses Prior to joining CPLC in 1998 Martin was Finance Manager for Kraft Foods in Dallas Texas and in Phoenix Arizona Martin is a member of the Board of Directors for the ASU Alumni Association Catholic Charities Arizona and Xico Arts He is also a member of the ASU Lodestar Center Leadership Council Martin was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the ASU W P Carey School of Business in 2010 In 2010 Martin was honored to be selected as a Piper Fellow by the Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust As part of the Piper Fellowship program Martin conducted his sabbatical at Harvard University Stanford University and the Center for Creative Leadership He holds a B S in Business Administration and a Masters in Business Administration from the ASU W P Carey Executive MBA program and is formally licensed as a Certified Public Accountant While completing his undergraduate studies Martin was president of the ASU Hispanic Business Students Association and is a past president and a current member of the Hispanic Business Alumni of ASU He also served as a member of the Finance Committee for the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce s Board of Directors Martin was a member of the Advisory Board for the W P Carey Executive MBA Alumni program He also sat on the Board of Directors of NPower Arizona where he served as the Board Chair in 2006 2007 In addition Martin participated on the Board of Directors for Protecting Arizona Families Coalition and Parenting Arizona Carla Sandine Co Founder Client Services Director Highway Twenty Carla Sandine is the co founder of Highway Twenty an agency that specializes in providing marketing web development and CRM strategy to nonprofit organizations Her agency works with clients such as the Maricopa Health Foundation Arizona Burn Foundation Native Health and International Rescue Committee to raise money strengthen and promote programs and operate more efficiently Carla and her team work with Drupal CiviCRM and NationBuilder the leading technology tools of choice for nonprofits and NGOs around the world With 10 years of marketing and nonprofit experience Carla began her career as a web strategist before becoming the spokesperson and Public Affairs Officer for the Phoenix office of the International Rescue Committee She is a committee member for Planned Parenthood Arizona and Equality Arizona and has volunteered with the Arizona Refugee Advancement Coalition Central Arizona HIV Prevention Advocates and the Greater Phoenix Anti Human Trafficking Task Force Jonathan Silberman Owner Fearless Future Jonathan Silberman is an award winning graphic designer and best selling author who helps nonprofits and educational institutions develop marketing and identity systems In the past seven years his designs have been recognized by awards from multiple graphic design publications such as HOW Print and Graphic Design USA See the full list of the awards our work has garnered here Jonathan is known to his colleagues for not only his exceptional design skills but also for his excellent communication and collaborative abilities He brings an openness when listening to his clients needs and concerns and an uncanny ability to create designs that perfectly articulate his clients wishes Ellen Solowey Program Officer Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust Ellen Solowey Program Officer of the Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust is responsible for Piper Academies and

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  • Conference Presenters — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mary Evangeliste Owner Fearless Future Mary Evangeliste is an award winning social marketer and presenter and a best selling author She has written and presented widely over the past seven years on change management and nonprofit marketing Mary is known for motivating and enthusiastic lectures and workshops and managing with clear communication Some of the local and national groups Mary has taught with include the State Department Maryland School of Art and Design Prince George s Community College and University of Pittsburgh She has held positions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art The Smithsonian The National Gallery of Art American University Library and the University of Arizona Libraries This combined love of art and social justice necessitated a move toward learning about and developing marketing events and campaigns for nonprofits Mary is currently writing her second book that will focuses on management strategies She also currently serves on the advisory board of First Book Tucson and resides in Tucson AZ Virginia Foltz Vice President of Financial Services CFO Treasurer ASU Foundation Virginia leads a financial office that supports the cultivation and development activities of the ASU Foundation and the university by providing a wide range of financial services Under Ginny s leadership the office collaborates closely with units across the foundation and university to provide the infrastructure that enables others to achieve their financial goals and objectives Conni Ingallina Owner SOS Association Management Solutions Conni has an extensive background in business and business management including financial marketing and the automotive industry For the past 17 years she has been managing associations in Arizona Her experience in the nonprofit sector includes serving as the Administrative Director of the Association of Travel Agents of America for 13 years Executive Director of The Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations since 2004 Executive Director of the Arizona Community Tree Council since 2006 and Communications Director for the Alzheimer s Research and Prevention Foundation SOS currently provides full service management to 7 nonprofits ranging from professional trade and nonprofit associations Conni is a 2011 graduate of the Athena Power Link Program a past Board Member and Treasurer of the Arizona Society of Association Executives and was voted 2009 Member of the Year a past member of the National Bank of Arizona Non Profit Advisory Board a member of AMC Institute and Past President of the USAFA Arizona Parents Club Carole Kauffman Chief Learning and Development Officer Neighborhood Housing Services Ms Kauffman is a Vice President and Officer of the Corporation and directly responsible for the identification solicitation and recognition of fundraising support She is the staff liaison to the Board s Resource Development and Marketing Committee charged with helping raise capital and resources for NHS Phoenix As Chief Development Officer she writes grant applications to secure funding for all services and programs offered by Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix She also solicits private and public partners and individuals for additional financial support During her six years with NHS Phoenix she has helped raise a total of 3mm in corporate contributions Ms Kauffman also oversees all community outreach and collateral materials produced for NHS Phoenix to ensure that there is consistent branding on all materials In addition she develops and manages the volunteer program which includes identifying soliciting training scheduling and motivating volunteers Pamela Keefe VP Nonprofit Manager National Bank of Arizona A veteran banker with more than 20 years experience Pamela acts as a financial guide facilitating the many products and services available from the National Bank of Arizona From Treasury Management services lending and credit assistance and everything in between Pam connects organizations with the right experts Pam joined NB AZ in 2001 with a broad set of experiences in the financial services industry She is an active member of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits the AZ Foundation for Women s Angel Committee AZSAE Central Phoenix Women and several other local organizations Barry Kibel Ph D Director of Innovation and Research SEED Impact Barry is an innovator in the field of program evaluation and impact measurement Over his career he has designed and led the implementation of evaluations for large Federal programs State initiatives and diverse local programs His Journey Mapping tool was the first ever interactive evaluation to be conducted using the Internet and has been adopted for use by hundreds of transformation focused programs His approach to impact measurement is based on mapping results using one to multiple developmental ladders Barry is author of Success Stories as Hard Data and numerous professional publications He earned his Ph D from the University of California at Berkeley in City and Regional Planning his early studies were in applied mathematics He resides in Tucson Patsy Kraeger Ph D Sr Director of Strategic Initiatives Arizona First Things First Dr Patsy Kraeger is the Sr Director for Strategic Initiatives for Arizona First Things First AZFTF She has a PhD from the ASU School of Public Affairs Previously she was with the Arizona Governor s Office for Children Youth and Families She has worked in the private and nonprofit sectors She has published in academic and practioner venues relating to public and nonprofit topics Dr Kraeger also serves as an adjunct faculty member for the ASU School of Public Affairs She is a member of the Arizona Grantmaker Forum and sits on its evaluation steering committee She is an active community volunteer Stephanie La Loggia Manager of Knowledge Resources ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Stephanie La Loggia is the Manager of Knowledge Resources for the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Some of her past research projects include the Nonprofit Compensation Benefits Report and Arizona Giving Volunteering publications Stephanie teaches undergraduate courses in the Nonprofit Leadership and Management program and she has also been a youth summer camp director for over 20 years Karina Lungo Senior Research Associate ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation Karina Lungo works for the ASU Lodestar Center as a Senior Research Associate of Knowledge Resources She holds a Masters of Nonprofit Studies from Arizona State University and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Murcia Spain With 14 years of experience in the corporate sector managing supply chain and information technology projects she is turning to the nonprofit sector with a focus in developing best practices to measure social impact in nonprofit organizations Karina also volunteers as the founding Executive Director of Steps of Love an international nonprofit organization Linda Lyman President CEO New Pathways for Youth After a dynamic and lengthy business career Ms Lyman entered the nonprofit sector spurred by her years of successful program leadership and development within her church and community Linda has a passion for mentoring In 2003 2004 Ms Lyman was the Executive Director of the Arizona Mentoring Partnership an umbrella organization representing mentoring organization around the state Since September 2004 she has been leading New Pathways for Youth formerly known as Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk the Valley s premier mentoring agency for at risk and homeless children and youth During her tenure Youth at Risk has grown from a one program organization serving 40 teens annually to a five program agency serving upwards of 800 children teens and their families each year Ms Lyman has a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Arizona State University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration Joel Martin Ph D President Triad West Inc Dr Joel Martin is a coach trainer and author she has earned a PhD in Communications a Masters of Psychology and recognition as a Wharton Fellow Wharton Business School Her areas of expertise are diversity inclusion and transformational leadership Joel has spoken on these topics before people of all ages before corporations churches universities and small businesses across the country U S and internationally Joel is the author of How to be a Positively Powerful Person and Get Your Me Brand Awareness MBA the Positively Powerful Way She founded the Positively Powerful Woman Awards which recognizes women making an impact in order to inspire all people to live their dreams She is a 2012 Phoenix Business Journal Diversity Champion and Human Relations Commissioner City of Scottsdale In her previous career as an ad agency owner Dr Martin appeared on the Today Show in the NY Times Essance Black Enterprise and Fortune Michael McDonald Executive Director Habitat for Humanity Tucson A 3rd generation Arizonan with a master s degree in international management from Thunderbird Michael McDonald has held executive positions in all three sectors of the economy with the last 9 years as director of Habitat for Humanity Tucson where he has utilized such innovative financing as New Market Tax Credits and social venture capital Michael is an active community volunteer serving on nonprofit boards and governmental commissions as well as teaching master s level classes in nonprofit management The rest of the time he s either playing with his grand daughters bird watching enjoying local micro brews while writing the odd poem or two or attempting to sleep Patrick McWhortor President CEO Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Patrick McWhortor is President and CEO of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits The Alliance is a 501 c 3 statewide membership organization dedicated to serving supporting protecting and promoting all Arizona nonprofits McWhortor s background in the nonprofit community includes founding NPower Arizona serving as Interim Executive Director of the NPower National Network working as Assistant Director at Data Network for Human Services and serving on many nonprofit boards of directors He is past Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Council of Nonprofits and serves on the board of Arizona Town Hall He also taught nonprofit public policy and political science courses at Arizona State University McWhortor a 2011 Flinn Brown Civic Leadership Academy Fellow and a 2004 graduate of Valley Leadership cut his teeth as an advocate in the late 1980 s and early 1990 s as a lobbyist for education and environmental causes McWhortor earned both a B A in political science and M P A in public administration from Arizona State University A resident of Arizona for more than 30 years he and his family live in Cave Creek Laurie Mook Assistant Professor Arizona State University Laurie Mook is Assistant Professor in the Nonprofit Leadership and Management program in the School of Community Resources and Development and research associate at the Lodestar Center for Philanthropy Nonprofit Innovation at Arizona State University Prior to moving to Arizona Laurie was co director of the Social Economy Centre of the University of Toronto in Canada She is co author of What Counts Social Accounting for Nonprofits and Cooperatives now in its second edition from Sigel Press and of Understanding the Social Economy from the University of Toronto Press Her latest book is an edited collection Accounting for Social Value 2013 University of Toronto Press Her areas of interest are the social economy nonprofits co operatives and social enterprise volunteerism and social accounting Malia Mullen Director of Board Development YNPN San Diego Malia Mullen is currently the Director of Board Development at YNPN San Diego and a Development Executive with United Way of San Diego County Additionally she teaches Communications Public Speaking and Marketing at San Diego State University and University of Phoenix She earned a MBA in Global Leadership and Management BA in Philosophy and Certificates in Nonprofit Management and Grant Writing Malia has spent her career focused on communication and personal branding as well as marketing public speaking and relationship building management Caroline Newsom Social Enterprise and Business Consultant Kingdom Builders Management LLC Caroline Newsom is a 20 year veteran in social services and community development She has 12 years of experience overseeing a community business bank as the Executive Director and CEO Caroline is a pioneer of micro enterprise development in the State of Arizona She established Arizona s 1 st Small Business Administration Women s Business Center Her role as an Executive Director encompassed providing over 10 000 start up businesses with development expansion and financial services Caroline partnered with Bank of America in 2005 to launch a social enterprise loan referral network where over 100 000 referrals over three years were funneled to nation wide community banks Mrs Newsom is currently one of St Luke Health Initiative s consultants for its Social Enterprise Technical Assistance Program Since 2010 Caroline has helped development over 30 Arizona social enterprise projects with organizations such as St Mary s Food Bank Rehoboth CDC and VisionQuest 20 20 Darlene Newsom CEO UMOM New Day Centers Darlene Newsom is CEO of UMOM New Day Centers and has worked with the homeless population for over 30 years She has her Bachelor s in Public Administration from the University of Arizona and a Master s from University of Phoenix in Organizational Management In addition to her UMOM work she is an active member of the MAG Continuum of Care Committee Board member of ONE and a Board member of Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness Prior to UMOM she was Executive Director of Open Inn in Tucson an agency proving housing and services to homeless teens Gayle Pincus Social Enterprise Catalyst We Help Nonprofits Gayle Pincus is a Social Enterprise Catalyst advocating and advising social entrepreneurs and enterprising nonprofits to create thriving profitable social enterprises Her storybook Melons to Money Growing Food Lives and Social Enterprise is available on Amazon In her distinguished corporate career Gayle held executive positions with two global companies gaining expertise in the critical success factors for businesses She spent years honing this expertise to fit the social sector Ms Pincus has been recognized by the Academy of Women Achievers New York City YWCA and is active in Social Enterprise Alliance and Social Capital Markets She serves on the board of Experience Matters a 501 c 3 that connects talent with community As a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University she teaches Social Entrepreneurship to practitioners and students Gayle has an M B A from M I T s Sloan School of Management and a B S from University of Illinois Gayle enjoys international travel and hiking Martin Quintana Chief Economic Development Officer Chicanos Por La Causa Inc Martin Quintana is Chief Economic Development Officer C E D O for Chicanos Por La Causa Inc CPLC His responsibilities include managing the Housing and Economic Development divisions within Arizona and Nevada which includes property management single family multi family and commercial development business lending homebuyer education services business enterprises and quick service franchise restaurants Previously at CPLC Martin served as the Chief Operating Officer and as the Chief Financial Officer Martin has more than 25 years of financial and operational management experience in both for profit and non profit businesses Prior to joining CPLC in 1998 Martin was Finance Manager for Kraft Foods in Dallas Texas and in Phoenix Arizona Martin is a member of the Board of Directors for the ASU Alumni Association Catholic Charities Arizona and Xico Arts He is also a member of the ASU Lodestar Center Leadership Council Martin was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the ASU W P Carey School of Business in 2010 In 2010 Martin was honored to be selected as a Piper Fellow by the Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust As part of the Piper Fellowship program Martin conducted his sabbatical at Harvard University Stanford University and the Center for Creative Leadership He holds a B S in Business Administration and a Masters in Business Administration from the ASU W P Carey Executive MBA program and is formally licensed as a Certified Public Accountant While completing his undergraduate studies Martin was president of the ASU Hispanic Business Students Association and is a past president and a current member of the Hispanic Business Alumni of ASU He also served as a member of the Finance Committee for the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce s Board of Directors Martin was a member of the Advisory Board for the W P Carey Executive MBA Alumni program He also sat on the Board of Directors of NPower Arizona where he served as the Board Chair in 2006 2007 In addition Martin participated on the Board of Directors for Protecting Arizona Families Coalition and Parenting Arizona Carla Sandine Co Founder Client Services Director Highway Twenty Carla Sandine is the co founder of Highway Twenty an agency that specializes in providing marketing web development and CRM strategy to nonprofit organizations Her agency works with clients such as the Maricopa Health Foundation Arizona Burn Foundation Native Health and International Rescue Committee to raise money strengthen and promote programs and operate more efficiently Carla and her team work with Drupal CiviCRM and NationBuilder the leading technology tools of choice for nonprofits and NGOs around the world With 10 years of marketing and nonprofit experience Carla began her career as a web strategist before becoming the spokesperson and Public Affairs Officer for the Phoenix office of the International Rescue Committee She is a committee member for Planned Parenthood Arizona and Equality Arizona and has volunteered with the Arizona Refugee Advancement Coalition Central Arizona HIV Prevention Advocates and the Greater Phoenix Anti Human Trafficking Task Force Jonathan Silberman Owner Fearless Future Jonathan Silberman is an award winning graphic designer and best selling author who helps nonprofits and educational institutions develop marketing and identity systems In the past seven years his designs have been recognized by awards from multiple graphic design publications such as HOW Print and Graphic Design USA See the full list of the awards our work has garnered here Jonathan is known to his colleagues for not only his exceptional design skills but also for his excellent communication and collaborative abilities He brings an openness when listening to his clients needs and concerns and an uncanny ability to create designs that perfectly articulate his clients wishes Ellen Solowey Program Officer Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust Ellen Solowey Program Officer of the Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust is responsible for Piper Academies and

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  • Conference Agenda — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    00 a m Workshop Session I CPLC Rotational Leadership An Example of Program Evaluation Engaging Board Members in Fundraising How Savvy Nonprofits Use Technology to Drive their Missions Megaphone for Your Mission Engaging the Community in Your Impact Solutions A Thriving Social Enterprise Thinking Differently About Communication 10 15 a m Workshop Session II Accounting for Volunteer Contributions Diversity Inclusion and Promoting the Brand How the World is Changing the Rules of Philanthropy Fundraising Measuring for Impact from a Corporation and Foundation Perspective Nonprofit Sustainability Sustainable Solutions for Associations Leadership Membership Funding and Purpose 11 15 a m Break 11 30 a m Lunch and Keynote Address 1 00 p m Break 1 15 p m Workshop Session III Design Thinking Problem Solving That s Not Just for Designers Anymore Fundraising and Finance On the Same Team How Arizona Nonprofits Measure Their Performance by Outcomes How to Engage Anyone Anywhere and at Any Time Successful Relationships with Donors and Beneficiaries the Bedrock of Mission Strategy and Impact 2 30 p m Workshop Session IV Blue Sky Thinking Using Shared Vision and Data to Drive Your Organization s Message Sustainability and Scalability Unlock the Power of Your Balance Sheet and Access Capital Telling Your Story for Impact and Investment Top 10 Things All Nonprofit Managers Should Know About Fundraising Using Open Innovation to Achieve Transformative Missions 3 45 p m Closing Session Document Actions Print this Share this Press Room Beyond the bottom line Nonprofits look to ASU for help navigating a changing landscape Sep 05 2014 ASU lauded for entrepreneurship economic growth Aug 19 2014 Survey sets the stage for future of volunteerism in Arizona Jul 28 2014 ASU Lodestar Center announces class VII of Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy engaging 31 program participants in the 2014 2015 year Jul

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    00 a m Workshop Session I CPLC Rotational Leadership An Example of Program Evaluation Engaging Board Members in Fundraising How Savvy Nonprofits Use Technology to Drive their Missions Megaphone for Your Mission Engaging the Community in Your Impact Solutions A Thriving Social Enterprise Thinking Differently About Communication 10 15 a m Workshop Session II Accounting for Volunteer Contributions Diversity Inclusion and Promoting the Brand How the World is Changing the Rules of Philanthropy Fundraising Measuring for Impact from a Corporation and Foundation Perspective Nonprofit Sustainability Sustainable Solutions for Associations Leadership Membership Funding and Purpose 11 15 a m Break 11 30 a m Lunch and Keynote Address 1 00 p m Break 1 15 p m Workshop Session III Design Thinking Problem Solving That s Not Just for Designers Anymore Fundraising and Finance On the Same Team How Arizona Nonprofits Measure Their Performance by Outcomes How to Engage Anyone Anywhere and at Any Time Successful Relationships with Donors and Beneficiaries the Bedrock of Mission Strategy and Impact 2 30 p m Workshop Session IV Blue Sky Thinking Using Shared Vision and Data to Drive Your Organization s Message Sustainability and Scalability Unlock the Power of Your Balance Sheet and Access Capital Telling Your Story for Impact and Investment Top 10 Things All Nonprofit Managers Should Know About Fundraising Using Open Innovation to Achieve Transformative Missions 3 45 p m Closing Session Document Actions Print this Share this Press Room Beyond the bottom line Nonprofits look to ASU for help navigating a changing landscape Sep 05 2014 ASU lauded for entrepreneurship economic growth Aug 19 2014 Survey sets the stage for future of volunteerism in Arizona Jul 28 2014 ASU Lodestar Center announces class VII of Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy engaging 31 program participants in the 2014 2015 year Jul

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  • Workshop Descriptions — The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation
    site read your rating on Charity Navigator follow you on Twitter or ask their friends to sign your online pledge all before ever meeting anyone from your team in real life We ll talk in detail about the best strategies and specific tools for integrating technology into your fundraising and advocacy We ll review latest innovations and trends like social media contests viral campaigns and mobile giving Participants will be asked to share real life case studies or challenges related to using technology in their organizations and the speaker will ask questions and offer suggestions on the spot Learning Objectives Trends Thorough overview of how technology is impacting giving and advocacy Case Studies Review three organizations use of technology to improve fundraising or advocacy Tools Discuss specific website tools and CRM platforms for nonprofits Drupal WordPress Blackbaud Salesforce CiviCRM NationBuilder Integration Tips on using technology to strengthen fundraising and advocacy strategy Measurement How to best measure and manage data and make data informed decisions How the World is Changing the Rules of Philanthropy and Fundraising Presented by Penelope Cagney This session will examine global trends that are reshaping philanthropy and fundraising everywhere New methodologies are coming from the outside that have potential for use here at home Important aspects that are essential to understanding what is taking place in fundraising around the world today major donors innovation the only organization competitive advantage with staying power technology and the charity giants colossal INGOs that are shaping the philanthropic environment that we live in today and often are the proving grounds for news ways of raising funds will be discussed Participants will be asked to consider how these changes can inform their own organizational strategies and increase their ability to impact the world and realize their mission This session is based on new research published in March 2013 by Wiley AFP in Global Fundraising How the World is Changing the Rules of Philanthropy and edited by Penelope Cagney and Bernard Ross with contributions from more than 20 experts from around the world How to Engage Anyone Anywhere and at Any Time Presented by Malia Mullen Most people call it an elevator pitch It can also be seen as an engagement opportunity The first time you meet someone you have about 30 seconds to catch their attention and get them engaged enough to want to know more about you your organization or how to get involved If the first three sentences out of your mouth don t catch the attention of the person you re speaking with you ve just lost a potential volunteer or donor How to engage anyone anywhere and at any time isn t about being able to recite your organization s mission or your life story to someone upon meeting them It s about using your powers of perception to gauge What motivates this person and What can I say that will speak volumes thus engaging this individual There s a lot you can learn about a person just from how they stand speak introduce themselves etc And there s even more you can learn as you watch their reactions to how you present the information you want them to learn from you This workshop is designed to provide three different components to engaging your audience big or small when you need to get your point across and fast In an interactive environment attendees will learn the basics of creating a non scripted pitch the importance of storytelling and how to create that story in less than 2 sentences Measuring for Impact from a Corporation and Foundation Perspective Presented by Ellen Solowey and Pamela Keefe How do corporation and foundation funders evaluate the proposals which come before them While the proposal must follow the format as outlined in their grant process there are some very specific areas which they are going to examine closely How are you going to make sure that your request will receive their attention What is the impact upon the community will your request improve service delivery expand a model program collaborate with other agencies or test pilot concepts that may have broader applicability Are you addressing identified needs using knowledge or evidence of measures that work or offer measurable observable outcomes How feasible is the program does it adhere to your mission address issues with appropriate methodology manage with current assets and demonstrate sufficient organization leadership Is your budget practical can you maintain sustainability when the grant funding is completed Does your budget show diverse sources of funding and practical methods to insure support Learn from two experts in the field of reviewing requests of support from both a corporation and foundation standpoint What do they mean by impact What are their expectations when they view a proposal what makes the difference in acceptance or rejection Bring your questions and learn how they decide what makes a strong proposal Megaphone for Your Mission Engaging the Community in Your Impact Presented by Patrick McWhortor Do you want the community to get behind your mission Do you see the connection between your mission and public policy These are questions that every nonprofit leader and board of directors should be addressing as part of an advocacy strategy What is nonprofit advocacy What is legal and what isn t This lively session will highlight the importance of public advocacy public policy and community engagement in the work of nonprofits Nonprofit Sustainability Presented by Anne Byrne Nonprofit sustainability is often thought to refer only to ongoing funding In reality sustainability addresses every aspect of an organization s mission and activities and is a critical consideration in today s ever changing environment This session will focus on building sustainability to enable your organization to move forward with confidence develop collaborative approached to programming and funding and impact the community you serve In this workshop five critical aspects to building organizational sustainability will be discussed Leadership and Governance Strategic Planning Program Development and Measuring Outcomes Resource Development Creating a Sustainability Culture

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