Presented by Development Executives Roundtable (DER)
GASP is offered at no-cost to participants
Beyond the Application:
Building Corporate Partnerships
Public Affairs Manager at Kaiser Permanente Greater San Francisco
PAMELA S. KAUFMANN
Partner and Director of Sustainability and Charitable Giving at Hanson Bridgett
Head of public policy and social impact at Zendesk
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
4:00 - 6:00 PM
Corporate philanthropy is far more complex than filling out an on-line application and then keeping your fingers crossed in hopes of a big the check coming in the mail. Hear from a panel of corporate philanthropy professionals as they share insights and perspectives on how they have built successful partnerships with nonprofit organizations. Learn how to align your program goals with that of a potential partner in this lively discussion.
Pamela S. Kaufmann - Partner and Director of Sustainability and Charitable Giving at Hanson Bridgett
Pam is a nationally-recognized expert in the legal concerns of nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. For 30 years, she has advised publicly-supported charities, private foundations, trade associations, and other nonprofit entities on a host of start-up and operational issues. Her extensive experience spans the entire life cycle of a nonprofit organization.
Tiffany Apczynski - Head of public policy and social impact at Zendesk
Tiffany started as Zendesk’s blog editor in 2010 and eventually created her existing role as its head of public policy and social impact. She built Zendesk's social responsibility framework in 2011 and has had the pleasure of growing the program globally over the last 6 years. Prior to Zendesk, Tiffany was a journalist reporting for the San Francisco Examiner and various other news outlets.
Elizabeth Ferber - Public Affairs Manager at Kaiser Permanente Greater San Francisco
Since joining Kaiser Permanente in 2007, Elizabeth has held numerous positions in the Kaiser Permanente Greater San Francisco Public Affairs Department. Elizabeth holds a Master of Public Health degree from Walden University and she is a graduate of both Columbia (BA, English Literature) and New York Universities (MA, Education). Prior to her career at Kaiser, Elizabeth was a journalist, teacher and award winning writer and editor.
Additional speakers may be announced!
This workshop is approved for 2 CFRE credits.
REGISTRATION / INFORMATION
There is no charge to attend GASP sessions, however, space is limited and advance registration is required.