NAM Nonprofit Summit of the Midlands
Connecting Community with Opportunity is the theme of the annual Nonprofit Summit of the Midlands hosted by NAM. The all-day Summit brings together more than 300 nonprofit personnel.
“Connecting Community with Opportunity” is the theme of the 17th annual Nonprofit Summit of the Midlands to be held Thursday, Nov. 2 at the Embassy Suites La Vista Hotel and Conference Center. Hosted by the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM), the all-day Summit annually brings together more than 300 nonprofit executives, employees, board members and volunteers from Nebraska and Iowa.
Tiffany Turner-Allen, the Executive Director of Nonprofit Prince George’s County in Maryland, will host a keynote presentation and workshop entitled “The Black Experience, The American Experiment: Uncovering Truth & Healing for Impact in the Nonprofit Sector.” As a Black woman with more than a decade of experience in both national and local nonprofits, Turner-Allen brings a fresh perspective and innovative approach to racial equity work. Her discussion will provide suggestions for strategic solutions to the challenges of this ever-changing landscape.
The Summit also will feature presentations, breakout sessions and workshops on a variety of topics such as “Connecting Community with the Transfer of Wealth Opportunity,” presented by Nebraska Community Foundation; “Neurodiversity: Understanding and Inclusion,” presented by Autism Action Partnership; and “From Grant Review to Grant Writer: Develop Your Skills from the Other Side of the Table,” presented by Omaha Community Foundation.
NAM also will present its annual Catalyst Award at the Summit, which recognizes an organization that has made an impact in the nonprofit community.
Date & Time
November 2, 2023
8:00AM - 6:00PM
Embassy Suites La Vista Hotel and Conference Center - 12520 Westport Pkwy, La Vista, NE, 68128 12520 Westport Pkwy La Vista 68128 NE US https://www.omahamagazine.com/businesses/ne-la-vista-embassy-suites-la-vista-hotel-and-conference-center
Reduced Admission before Sept. 15, $200-500