Nonprofit Finance Conference
Charting Change: 2019 Nonprofit Finance Conference
Wednesday, December 4
Cross Insurance Center, Bangor
MANP’s one-day conference for executive directors, finance staff, board members, program, development and operations staff and more.
Focused on Authentic Intergenerational Collaboration, We Can Go Far in Maine
Keynote by Alyssa F. Wright, Wright Consulting Group
How we build relationships is at the root of all we do in the nonprofit sector. With a constantly changing philanthropic landscape, it is critical we learn how to work together to become strong, resilient organizations that put mission forward, first and always. It’s time to ensure we all come together – across all differences. To unite in this way, and have any practice work, we must capture this critical moment and build momentum. Using current data insights interwoven with stories from her work across generations, and across the nation, Wright will share as to how organizations are doing this well and ensuring resiliency in their models and missions. Change is inevitable, but by building trust amongst us all, we can ensure a bright future for our state.
About Alyssa F. Wright
Having spent time as a human rights activist in Eastern Europe and Africa, Wright brings a decade of experience in international philanthropy to her work as a cultural critic, development expert and philanthropic advisor. An accomplished facilitator, consultant and coach, she helps organizations build new revenue streams, shift cultural perspectives and inspire their people to believe that change is possible no matter what. She has trained over 75 boards, from Kenya to Kennebunkport, Maine to fulfill their missions and coached dozens of organizations, and their donors, through multi-million-dollar fundraising efforts. A 2017 TedX speaker, Wright speaks to motivate individuals and organizations alike to become powerful agents of change. A regular contributor to Forbes, Global Giving and Network for Good, Alyssa is a powerful Millennial voice in the social change movement.
Conference participants will select breakout sessions to attend on the day of the conference.
Presenters + Volunteers
This year’s conference will highlight the work and knowledge of subject matter-experienced individuals from the nonprofit, business, and government sectors.
Cost + Registration
- Nonprofit Rates:
- $195 MANP Members / $250 Nonprofit Non-members
- For-Profit Rates:
- $300 MANP Friends / $350 Non-members
Join us the evening before the conference, on December 3 from 4pm-6pm, for an informal networking event at Timber Kitchen + Bar in Bangor! For more info, check out the event page.
Thank You to our Sponsors
Sponsors of the Nonprofit Finance Conference donate time, talent, and resources to help make this event what it truly is: an affordable educational resource to support the nonprofit sector. Please contact them to see how they can serve your organization.
Sponsorship + exhibitor opportunities still available! To find out how you can deepen your commitment to the nonprofit sector through sponsorship of this event, or a contribution to MANP’s Access Fund, contact Jennifer Hutchins.