The Midwest's Best Skills Building and Networking Conference for the Social Sector —
nonprofits, for-profits, social entrepreneurs, public servants, community organizers, philanthropists, and more.
Navigating the landmines of social issues is a struggle, even for those of us who it is part of our jobs. Unfortunately, things are getting worse through the pandemic and political war of words. Gigi Stahl is an equity, diversity, and inclusion practitioner who focuses her work on seeing all people and asking good questions. She is also an excellent speaker.
With a Masters in Social Work, Gigi Stahl addresses systemic and relational barriers, allowing people to live their fullest life. We need permission to pause; Stahl states, “if there isn’t permission to pause, there is only permission to break.” Be envigorated by Ms. Stahl and her viewpoint on navigating the tough, “weigh me down” issues of life with finesse. Be challenged but not overwhelmed with the knowledge to achieve a better sense of community.
"Join hundreds of social sector / social impact professionals from small nonprofits to large corporations to city and county officials. Madison Nonprofit Day has thrice been voted the region's best nonprofit conference. Combining emerging issues, skills-building, motivation, and a whole lot of networking opportunities, Madison Nonprofit Day is an exhilarating and exhausting day-long conference for the Greater Madison region and beyond. Come be a part of it."
Event will be starting in:
UW Applied Population Lab
Healing Our Hearts
Madison Community Foundation
Loving Venti, LLC
Institute For Collective Wellbeing
Skills Building for Professionals
New Ideas are the Cornerstone of Innovation
Develop New Leaders and Leadership Skills
Don't miss your chance to attend the event. This is a project by Collaboration For Good, Inc. The face-to-face return of the Greater Madison Area region skills-building and networking conference for social impact organizations.Buy Ticket
Monona Terrace &
1 John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 73703
Wed, November 2, 2022
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT