Miami Science Museum
3280 S Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33129
1:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, 2013
PhilanthroFest and Catalyst Miami
Non-Profit Community Engagement Institute PhilanthroFest is collaborating with Catalyst Miami to host the first in our ongoing series of Non-Profit Community Engagement Institutes on February 8 at the Miami Science Museum. The focus of these institutes is to provide non-profit organizations of all sizes with both online and offline skills to reach out and connect with residents of their community to better promote their mission and enhance their organization.
The institute is an afternoon affair with several workshop sessions. Each workshop is 45 minutes long. A keynote presentation by Dave Lorenzo jump starts the day and we wrap up with time for networking and socializing with other non-profit executives.
Friday, February 8, 2013
1:00pm until 7:00pm
Miami Science Museum
3280 South Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
Plenty of free parking onsite
Social Capital for Human Networks
1:00-1:30 Arrival and Registration
1:30-2:15 Opening remarks and welcome by PhilanthroFest, Catalyst and Miami Science Museum.
Keynote address by Dave Lorenzo, Valtimax Consulting
2:15-3:05 “Igniting Your Non-Profit’s Social Media Efforts”
Alex de Carvalho, Feynlabs – Programming concepts for kids
Participant to choose between the following lectures:3:05-3:50 “Constituent Engagement”
Jacob Coker-Dukowitz, Catalyst Miami
3:05-3:50 “Asset Based Community Development for Community Engagement”
Dacia Steiner, ReServe Miami
Participant to choose between the following lectures:
3:55-4:40 “Strategies for Community Engagement”
Dr. Scot Evans, Community & Educational Wellbeing Research Center – University of Miami
3:55-4:40 “Engaging Funders: Improve fundraising results by effectively telling your story”
Dr. Catherine Raymond
4:45-5:25 “Engaging Young Professionals” – multiple presenters
Panelists include leaders of young professional groups who are making big impacts in South Florida.
Moderated by Tony Lima, Miami Science Museum
Nicole Hess – Women Networking
Cristina Mas – Association of Fundraising Professionals, Miami Chapter
Pablo Gonzalez – Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami
5:30-6:00 Closing remarks by Estrellita Sibila, Esq., PhilanthroFest Executive Director and Principal at Estrellita Sibila, PA
Snacks provided by KIND Snacks
Beverages by El Dorado Rum
Special thanks to our venue sponsor Miami Science Museum For information on the speakers, please visit: www.philanthrofest.comWith the support of
Miami Dade College
Medina Family Foundation
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