To make real progress in advancing equity and justice in our communities, funders and nonprofits will need to reimagine how they do the work, who does the work, and how the work is funded.
Join Shari Dunn, JD and Organizational and Systemic Change consultant, to discover new thinking about the nonprofit sector.
Shari's mantra when it comes to nonprofits is change your thinking, change your life. She will illuminate the history, the challenges, and how staff, funders, and boards can help transform the sector. Shari will explore the concept of 'Trust-Based Philanthropy' and the role it is currently playing, and must play, to help non-profits step into a more equitable and impactful future.
You will leave this session with fresh ideas and inspiration on:
This is a program of the National Speaker Series.
- What Trust-Based Philanthropy is and the impact it can have.
- The steps you can take to move towards a social enterprise model.
- A better understanding of why we must break from the past and move towards a more equitable future in the non-profit space.
Shari Dunn is the CEO/ Principal of ITBOM, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in institutional and organizational systemic change, specifically focusing on Diversity Equity and Inclusions. ITBOM LLC also works in change management, women in leadership, and workforce development. ITBOM consults with companies as diverse as the fortune 500, State Agencies, and medium to small businesses. Shari is a former non-profit CEO, attorney, journalist, and foundation funder. Shari was the Co-VP of Power of Attorney Foundation, a sub-grantee of the former Atlantic Philanthropies. She has been quoted in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the Non-Profit Quarterly, and more. She is also an adjunct at the University of Portland in the Pamplin School of Business in the non-profit MBA program. She serves on the Oregon Talent and Workforce Development Board. Her approach is outside the traditional human resources paradigm and is meant to help institutions with a systemic redesign to bring workplace equity. Shari has been awarded Executive of the Year and one of the Women of Influence by the Portland Business Journal, amongst many other awards and honors.
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