Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships in Challenging Times
Exclusively for Nonprofit Affiliates – Tuesday, November 17 from 9-11am Livestreamed from the franklin Institute
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Speakers and Agenda
Pedro Ramos, President & CEO, Philadelphia Foundation, one of the first community foundations in the nation. Pedro has spent his career guiding organizations through critical inflection points and redefining how those organizations support and communicate with the communities they serve. He is a collaborative leader with a proven track record of forging next-level partnerships in his roles serving and leading legal, business, government and nonprofit organizations in the region. His thoughts on developing powerful nonprofit-business partnerships are vital and valuable at this important time.
A Panel Discussion with Five Outstanding CSR Practitioners: All Top Business and Foundation Executives
Jim F. Dever, Jr.
Philadelphia Market President & Global Commercial Banking Market Executive, brings perspective gained in his role helping individuals, families and businesses meet their financial needs and as lead of the bank’s local community engagement work.
Global Corporate Initiatives Manager, shares his experiences managing corporate giving and community outreach all around the globe.
Michael J. Van Wagner
Vice President of Public Affairs, NJM Insurance, speaks to service, integrity and financial stewardship learned in his leadership role in corporate giving.
Romona Riscoe Benson
Director – Corporate and Community Relations, PECO, addresses her experiences gained forging regional partnerships with nonprofits for community impact.
President & CEO, Philadelphia Foundation, contributes takeaways from his own experiences gained through years of creating and navigating public/private partnerships to create maximum benefit for all.
Moderator: Sharmain Matlock Turner
President and CEO, Urban Affairs Coalition.
The Urban Affairs Coalition unites government, business, neighborhoods, and individual initiative to improve the quality of life in the region. Turner is a stellar leader and pillar of the Philadelphia community, having founded the twenty one-year-old West Oak Lane Charter School and serving on numerous boards. Dedicated to social impact, Ms. Matlock-Turner has received many awards including the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Diversity and Inclusion Award and the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO Award.
Summit Leadership Chairs:
President, Independence Blue Cross Foundation
President, Tozour Energy
Director of Institutional Giving, Franklin Institute
CEO, The Mann Center
CEO, Indigo Global Corporation
Executive Director, Support Center for Child Advocates
VP, Danella Companies
CEO, Franklin Institute
Executive Director, Get In The Game
VP Public Affairs, NJM Insurance Group
CEO, Rose Glen
CEO, Sabre Systems
Director, Corporate and Community Relations, PECO
President, McCormick Taylor