REFLECT. INNOVATE. IMPACT. 10th Annual Yale Philanthropy Conference February 13, 2015 | Edward P. Evans Hall Register today at ypc.yale.edu! Early bird discount registration ends December 12th. We are pleased to announce that the 10th annual Yale Philanthropy Conference (YPC) will take place on February 13, 2015 at the Yale School of Management in New Haven, CT. The conference will explore the cycle of growth and innovation with stakeholders from across the philanthropic landscape. The panels and sessions will center on the following three pillars of organizations to: REFLECT upon lessons learned from the past, assessing efforts and measuring results, which inspire organizations to… INNOVATE, exploring new ventures and pushing boundaries, which in turn help organizations to… IMPACT the world around them and grow positive social change. Discussion questions include but are not limited to: --How to best use business models such as venture philanthropy and impact investing? --How to conduct and incorporate data-driven decision-making into program design? --How to increase effectiveness through strategic collaborations with both funder and non-profit? --How to create a culture of change and use incentives for innovation & social impact? We hope you will join us at this exciting event. Register today! And stay up to date with YPC to get announcements on the panels and speakers. About YPC YPC is an interdisciplinary forum that explores salient topics in philanthropy in order to foster dialogue, strengthen networks, and cultivate leadership in the sector. Organized by student leaders from the Yale School of Management, YPC fosters an environment where presenters, practitioners and students alike are encouraged – and inspired – to delve deep into the issues around philanthropy. YPC is one of the premier philanthropy conferences in the country and as the only one organized by MBA students, it provides a unique and critical perspective on challenging management issues facing the field. Past keynote speakers have included La June Montgomery Tabron, Jean Case, Paul Brest, Jed Emerson, Mark Kramer, and Gara LaMarche.
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