Do you want to be a change agent?

We are living in a time defined by rapid change. Our ability to thrive depends on our capacity to adapt, collaborate and innovate. But how can you be a driver of innovation when you’re not yet in the C-suite?

This session will explore core concepts like social intrapreneurship and provide you with the tools necessary to become a successful changemaker - not only within your organization, but within the sector as a whole. No matter where you work, or at what level, you can lead an initiative to better yourself, your organization, and the world. So grab a seat at the table and channel your inner social intrapreneur to solve the challenges facing your organization, as we strive to become stronger, more resilient fundraising leaders.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Understand social intrapreneurship and innovation through a fundraising lens

2. Using real life examples, gain the tools necessary to help you innovate and enact change from exactly where you are

3. Learn how to identify allies within your organization, and in leadership, to help propel your vision or initiative forward

4. How to develop and foster personal resilience and grit

Speakers
Molly Freeman

Manager, Annual & Planned Giving

Cystic Fibrosis Canada

Molly graduated from Humber’s Fundraising & Volunteer Management Program in 2011 following her degree in Gerontology from McMaster University. She’s worked in direct marketing and donor relations in the healthcare sector ever since, and is currently the Manager, Annual & Planned Giving at Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Results-oriented and donor-centered, she is passionate about collaboration, creativity, and innovation in the charitable sector.

Mimosa Kabir

Manager, Individual Giving

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

Mimosa is an aspiring changemaker, looking to foster collaboration and innovation within the nonprofit sector. She has experience in relationship-building, tactical planning and managing events. She holds a BA honours degree in Global Development Studies and History from Queen's University, and post-graduate certificates from Humber College in Fundraising Management and the University of Leicester in Mass Communications. Mimosa currently works for the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, and moonlights as a facilitator for the Youth Advocacy Training Institute. Mimosa is also a bookworm, pop culture enthusiast, wannabe globetrotter and sometimes blogger.