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Will you be at this Year’s Nonprofit Management Institute?


Stanford Social Innovation Review’s 10th Annual Nonprofit Management Institute is taking place September 9th-11th in Stanford, CA, with a welcome reception at the Sheraton Palo Alto on the 8th. The conference focuses on executive education for social sectors, and this year’s theme is “Building Resiliency: Yourself, Your Organization, Your Society.”

This year’s conference offers planning and networking tools through the mobile app, Bizzabo, and has been stirring up conversation over social media. Exciting keynote speakers this year include Barbara Bush, CEO and Co-Founder of the Global Health Corps, who will be speaking about Developing Resilient Global Leaders, and Andrew Zolli, a noted author, who will speak about Resilience and Transformation as tools to Thrive in an Age of Volitility.

Time is running out, but you can still register to represent your organization and learn invaluable tools to keep your organization, as well as your society, resilient in the face of turbulence and change.

And don’t forget to stop by and meet Nonstop Wellness’s highly experienced (and delightfully chatty) insurance broker team! Nonstop is hosting the poolside reception at the Sheraton Palo Alto on the 8th from 5:30-7p.

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