POWERFUL BOARDS FOR THE DIGITAL AGE

SPEAKERS:
Jennifer Bernard – President and CEO, Women’s College Hospital Foundation
Ted Garrard – CEO, SickKids Foundation
Marina Glogovac – CEO, Canada Helps

MODERATOR:
Erin Bury – Co-Founder & CEO, Willful

DESCRIPTION:
This is an opportunity for some of the most influential CEOs of charities with strong digital visions and platforms to share best practices of advancing their organizations through a digital vision; they will also speak to how they’ve engaged their volunteer leaders throughout the process.

CHANGE MANAGEMENT IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
SPEAKERS:
Joana Vicente – Executive Director & Co-Head, TIFF
Leah Henderson – Managing Director, Grassroots
Sara Wolfe – Director of Indigenous Innovation Initiatives, Grand Challenges Canada

MODERATOR:
Brock Warner – Digital Fundraising

DESCRIPTION:
Many organizations were affected by COVID-19 and have had to make changes to their fundraising practices. This conversation with Senior Leaders will address the many hurdles they had to overcome to remain top of mind for their supporters.

IS THERE A LEADERSHIP DEFICIT?
SPEAKERS:
Jason Murray – President & Managing Partner, BIPOC Executive Search
Cathy Preston – President, Preston Human Capital Group
Deborah Legrove – President, crawfordconnect

MODERATOR:
Tara George – Partner/Lead, Search + Talent, KCI

DESCRIPTION:
The need for exceptional non-profit leadership is greater than ever. Panel participants and conversations among attendees will help explore the issues, risks and rewards at a time when we’re facing many challenges.

FUNDRAISING LEADERSHIP: HOW TO DISMANTLE AND SHARE POWER AND PRIVILEGE IN PHILANTHROPY

MODERATORS:
Tanya Rumble – Director of Development, Faculty of Arts, Ryerson
Nicole McVan – Vice President, Philanthropy & Marketing at United Way Greater Toronto

DESCRIPTION:
As a leader, what is your role in dismantling power and privilege dynamics in philanthropy and fundraising? In this session you will learn how to: share power, hold space and give up power; ensure equity in recruitment and talent engagement activities; develop opportunities for fundraising professionals with diverse lived experience and intersectional identities to ascend to greater leadership within your organization and in the sector; and create and uphold organizational culture and practices that ensure donor and volunteer relationships are grounded in equity and anti-oppression.

ACCESSIBILITY
All sessions will be closed-captioned, but please contact Penny Connors at pconnors@afptoronto.org in advance if you require any other accommodation.