Corporate Social Responsibility Series: When the Dust Clears

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Making Sense of the Post-Election Nonprofit Landscape

 
Join us for a special post-election virtual discussion to make sense of the national and local policy and global economic implications of the election results for Southeast Michigan nonprofits. This session is part of our quarterly Corporate Social Responsibility Series, where we share local and national best practices for partnerships, hear from corporate philanthropy experts, and exchange ideas and learnings.

 

 
This quarter’s panel will discuss key insights from cross-sector thought leaders on how we might collectively navigate a post-election social sector. Panelists include: – Donna Givens Davidson, President and CEO, Eastside Community Network – Laurie Horvath, CPA, Baker Tilly – Maureen Donohue Krauss, President and CEO, Detroit Regional Partnership – Taylor Nelson, Client Project Manager, Bloomberg Associates – Moderator: Gary Dembs, President, Non-Profit Personnel Network

 
(Recorded on November 20, 2020)

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