Wednesday, November 13

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

What Does a Modern Social Enterprise Look Like?

Location: Salon A-1 (Lower Level)

Everyday we’re confronting new challenges and seeking answers for how to deliver our missions in sustainable and innovative ways. The impact and revenue models we’ve relied on for decades have been upended. The political landscape is more and more unpredictable — calling into question what kind of policy and legislative solutions are achievable. The private sector continues to make moves into our traditional fundraising and advocacy spaces. And a new era of invisible harms and biases are coded into the technology we interact with on a daily basis.

While these may feel like existential headwinds, this workshop will demonstrate just how relevant and viable nonprofits are today. We’ll share stories and lessons learned for how mission-driven organizations can evolve by engaging with the most pressing issues of our time, funding missions in new and creative ways, and enhancing impact with new partners and audiences.

Presented by Consumer Reports

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Philanthropic and Social Change Advisor
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Vice President, Chief Social Impact Officer
Consumer Reports
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President & CEO
Consumer Reports