Convening: Investing in Black Male Achievement

June 17, 1:00 - 6:30 pm  
Museum of Jewish Heritage
New York City
Registration Cost : Free (details below)

Come learn about what works in improving the life outcomes of black men and boys!
 
With the President's recent launch of My Brother's Keeper, the field of philanthropy is asking - how do we learn more?
 
Join us for a half-day FUNDER ONLY convening to learn about how YOU can best leverage YOUR resources to invest in improving the life outcomes for black men and boys. Hear from leaders in philanthropy, nonprofit, and government who are driving this work across the country. Read more, including the draft agenda for the convening, here.
 
Featured Speakers (more speakers to be added):

Charles Small, President & CEO, Don Bosco Hall
Cheryl Dorsey, President, Echoing Green
David Banks, President & CEO, Eagle Academy Foundation
Dori Maynard, President, The Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education
Joe Jones, President & CEO, Center for Urban Families
Dr. John Jackson, President & CEO, The Schott Foundation for Public Education
Joshua DuBois, Former Executive Director of the Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director, Advancement Project
Dr. Nathan Sessoms, Vice President of Programs and Operations, Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade
Shawn Dove, Campaign Manager, Open Society Foundations’ Campaign for Black Male Achievement
Susan Taylor Batten, President and CEO, ABFE
 
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To Register:

  1. Click on this registration portal link.
  2. Select "Institute for Black Male Achievement" from the "Invited By" drop-down menu, which will activate a special discounted rate for the conference.
  3. On the following screen, choose the event(s) you wish to attend: "Investing in Black Male Achievement" Pre-Conference (you don't have to select the Social Impact Exchange conference to register for the pre-conference),
  4. Follow the prompts to complete registration.

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Hosted By:

The Institute of Black Male Achievement (IBMA) in partnership with the Social Impact Exchange's 2014 Annual Conference on Scaling Impact.
The Institute for Black Male Achievement is a national membership network of more than 2,000 leaders that seeks to ensure the growth, sustainability, and impact of leaders and organizations committed to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys through systemic change. The IBMA is supported by the Open Society Foundations, in partnership with: Casey Family Programs, Chicago Community Trust, The California Endowment, Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Heinz Endowments, Knight Foundation, Kapor Center for Social Impact, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and The Skillman Foundation. www.blackmaleachievement.org  

The Social Impact Exchange is a national membership association dedicated to working with funders to build a marketplace that efficiently delivers capital to the most effective nonprofits so they can spread their impact to improve the lives of millions. www.socialimpactexchange.org 

Support for the Exchange has been provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
 
About the Social Impact Exchange's 2014 Annual Conference on Scaling Impact, June 18-19:
At the fifth Annual Social Impact Exchange Conference, funders, advisors and leaders gather to share knowledge, learn about co-funding opportunities and develop a community to help scale top initiatives and build the field.

Sessions include:

Leveraging networks to drive large scale change | The role of philanthropy in building and sustaining a just society | Scale and financial sustainability| How change capital can transform the sector| Business models to support scale efforts| Capacity building for financial sustainability| Private sector partnerships| Scaling social enterprise| Building a Social Impact Bond marketplace

The Institute for Black Male Achievement is a national membership network that seeks to ensure the growth, sustainability, and impact of leaders and organizations committed to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys through systemic change.
 
 

WHEN
June 17, 2014 at 1pm - 6pm
WHERE
Museum of Jewish Heritage