Center Events

2018 Nonprofit Leadership Summit

The Nonprofit Leadership Summit, the NH Center for Nonprofits' signature event, brings together 250+ nonprofit board and staff leaders, along with corporate and philanthropic partners to explore trends and issues impacting the sector.

Keynote Speaker: Vu Le

Vu Le, keynote speaker of the 2018 Nonprofit Leadership Summit

In this political and social climate, the work of the nonprofit sector is even more critical than usual. However, we still have many challenges that we must work through, including society's unrealistic perceptions, destructive mindsets such as scarcity and martyrdom, constant comparisons of ourselves to the for-profit sector, funding power dynamics, and the Nonprofit Hunger Games. To unlock our sector's full potential and address the many challenges facing our communities, we must own our strengths and influence, let go of archaic philosophies and practices, embrace race and equity, and work effectively not just with one another, but with our friends from the for-profit and government sectors.

About Vu Le

Vu Le is the Executive Director of Rainier Valley Corps, a nonprofit in Seattle that promotes social justice by developing leaders of color, strengthening organizations led by communities of color, and fostering collaboration between diverse communities. He shares his humorous and thought-provoking perspective on the nonprofit sector on the popular Nonprofit AF blog.

Read more about Vu Le

Citizens Bank

Gold Sponsors

Devine MillimetNew Hampshire Charitable FoundationSouthwest Airlines

Silver Sponsors

Dartmouth-HitchcockEversourceNew Hampshire Business ReviewNew Hampshire Public Radio

Bronze Sponsors

Date/Time: Friday, September 21, 2018 - 8:30am to 2:30 pm
Location: Grappone Conference Center , Concord
Fees: $185 for Members; $260 for Not-yet-members; Early Bird pricing: Save $50 when you register by August 22

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