Changing the Face of Philanthropy Conference Set for June 14th to 15th




It’s serious training for serious young black philanthropists.

New York City 
Friday June 14- MTV, 1515 Broadway | Saturday June 15- NYU, Woolworth Bldg.

Working, leading and giving- it’s all hard work but you make it happen. But imagine if you could do it just 10% or 20% better than you’re doing it right now. That’s what theChanging the Face of Philanthropy Summit is all about. Think of it as professional development for your civic career. From budgeting and wealth management to board leadership training, we are going to make sure you leave with lessons you can put right into action!

Early bird registration has been extended for just a few more days. Now thru Sunday, May 12 at 11:55pm EST, register at a discount for the only summit created with YOU in mind- seriously! Register Here Today!

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Keynote Series:
Black Men Leading

[Friday 6.14]
Taking A Seat At The Table

When you expand your leadership from the corporate board room to the non-profit board table, there are a few things you should know. Seasoned Viacom corporate executive and board chair for several non-profits, Michael D. Armstrong, will breakdown the necessary tools of success for effective board leadership throughout your career.Meet Michael >>>

[Saturday 6.15]
Perspectives on Community Leadership & Philanthropy:
Roderick Hardamon and Tony Lewis, Jr. are two of the nation’s leading black males under 40 who are transforming their communities one day a time. Through intimate dialogue, Roderick and Tony will share their stories of philanthropy, community activism and leadership to inspire and motivate Summit attendees.
Meet Roderick>>>           Meet Tony>>>


Latoya Henry is the publisher and founder of Haute Giving: The Sexy Side of Philanthropy.
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