Nonprofit Center at Philadelphia's La Salle University School of Business Plans Conference to Help Struggling Nonprofit Organizations Find New Income
His transition from politics to innovative community service and his prescription for community change are documented in his first book, "Revolution of the Heart." His second book, "The Cathedral Within," profiles a new breed of community leaders who are tapping every sector of society to improve community life. His third book, "The Light of Conscience," explores how acts of conscience have changed the world.
Following Shore's Forum keynote, a panel of experts will discuss their experiences in harnessing social entrepreneurship to fund social causes. Among the panelists are David Thornburgh, executive director of the University of Pennsylvania's Fels Institute of Government; Don Haskin, state director of community relations for Citibank in Pennsylvania; Lucy Kerman, vice president for policy and planning at the Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition; Leanne Krueger-Braneky, executive director of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia; and Jennifer I. Rodriguez, director of community & economic development, Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha.
Registration for the Forum is $105 per person for Members of The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University's School of Business and $130 for Non-Members. For more information, call 215-951-1701 or www.lasallenonprofitcenter.org
The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University's School of Business helps strengthen nonprofit organizations throughout the Delaware Valley so they can better serve their constituents. Through educational programs, leadership development, training and consulting services and an information and referral network, the Center's team of experts has been working with thousands of organizations since 1981 to enhance their ability to govern, manage and perform more effectively in a competitive environment.