From Colleagues to Collaborators
Thursday, May 2, 2013 from 8:15 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
From Community Colleagues to Collaborators:
Lessons from the Field
Participant Driven Conference for Not-for-Profit Community Leaders and Partners to Share Collaboration Tools, Best Practices, and Successes
Jodi Clark and Cassandra Holloway, graduate students of Marlboro College Graduate School’s Mission Driven Organizational Management Program, are offering this event to mission-driven organizations in Windham and Cheshire County.
The peer conference format invites all participants to create the content of the conference that day. Skilled facilitator and peer conference designer Adrian Segar lead the opening round table session. In the first session, attendees’ priorities for learning and activities will be gathered and will create the sessions for the day. The leadership and content for those sessions will come from you, the practitioners of collaborative initiatives. Please visit www.conferencesthatwork.com for more info.
This conference will provide you with ample networking opportunities, relevant tools and resources, and great food.
8:00am Registration/ Light Breakfast
8:30am Welcome by Jodi Clark and Cassandra Holloway
8:45am Round Table Session facilitated by Adrian Segar
10:30am Keynote from Vermont Community Foundation CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay
10:50am-12:30pm Peer Session Signup (including lunch catered by Tristan Toleno)
12:30pm Peer Sessions (three 45 minute sessions)
3:00pm Conference Spective faciliatated by Adrian Segar
4:30pm- Conference ends
Sponsored by Marlboro College Graduate School
& United Way of Windham County
Registration Fee $35, includes light breakfast and lunch
Do Not Delay- Only 50 slots available!
For more information, contact Jodi Clark at
When & Where
Marlboro College Program in Nonprofit Management
The Program in Nonprofit Management at the Marlboro College Graduate School supports nonprofit executive staff and trustees across Northern New England who wish to be outstanding leaders in their organizations and their communities. We seek to empower the next generation of nonprofit leaders with the technical competency, management skills and self-confidence to achieve their organizational missions effectively and efficiently, for the ultimate benefit of society.