Supporting and developing vibrant, relevant and impactful organizations.
RESEARCH & PRESENTATIONS
International Society of Third Sector Research:� �Bending the Box:� Non-Traditional Service Delivery, Cultural Competency & Community Health Partnerships Impacting HIV Constituents in the U.S.�. Paper presentation.� Sixth International Conference, Toronto, Canada.� July 2004.
ARNOVA 2002 Annual Meeting: �The Cosmology of Cross-Sector Organizational Collaboration,� Paper Presentation; �Community Organizing Networks Effectively Leveraging Resources,� Paper Presentation; �Collaboration and Effectiveness Panel,� Discussant & Moderator.� Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. November 2002.
International Society of Third Sector Research:� �Community Organizing:� Innovation & Effectiveness in Building Community Capacity.�� Fifth International Conference, Cape Town,
South Africa.� July 2002.
INDEPENDENT SECTOR Spring Research Forum 2001:� �The Impact of Information Technology on Civil Society.�� Emerging Scholars & Leaders Session, Program Designer & Facilitator. March 2001.��
University of Pennsylvania - Women Fighting Infectious Disease Together (Women FIT) HIV Prevention Study.� Community Education Coordinator. Providence, Rhode Island; Philadelphia, PA; New York City, N.Y. . March 2000 � December 2000.
ARNOVA 2000 Annual Meeting: �Building Bridges Initiative, A Report on the W.K. Kellogg Foundation�s Non-profit Management Education Project� Discussant and Moderator. November 2000.
INDEPENDENT SECTOR National Annual Meeting:� �Emerging Leaders Closing Session� Facilitator and Moderator.� November 2000.
Second National Gathering of Social Entrepreneurs:� �Building Effective Collaborations� Mini-Plenary Session.� April 2000.�
INDEPENDENT SECTOR National Annual Meeting:� �When Worlds Collide, Cross-sectoral Collaborations� Panel Presentation.� October 1999.�
Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation/NeighborWorks Network:� New England District Leadership Forum:� Creating Great Leadership Teams.� April 1999.� Keynote Presenter:� �The First Step in Collaboration:� Examining Mental Models That Lead to Change and Leadership�.
INDEPENDENT SECTOR Spring Research Forum 1999: Crossing the Borders, Collaboration and Competition Among Nonprofits, Business and Government. March� 1999.� Presented �Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Change:�� A Case Study Analysis of Cross Sectoral Collaboration Catalyzing Economic Development�.
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA).� Annual Meeting, November 1998, Seattle, WA:� Paper presentation,� �Incorporating The Ask:� A Conceptual Model of Volunteer Motivation; Panel Chair and Discussant � Funding Social Change:� Challenges and Opportunities.
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA).� Annual Meeting, November 1997, Indianapolis, IN: Panel Chair and Discussant - Gender, Race and American Nonprofits.
The Massachusetts Summit:� The Promise of Our Youth.� October 1997, Boston, MA:�� Community Service Learning Delegate.
Share Our Strength Annual Leaders Conference.� August 1997, Washington, D.C.:�
"Creating Impactful Taste Events Using Effective Educational Opportunities".
American Association of Colleges and Universities.� Spring Colloquium, Waltham, MA, June 1997:� Panel Organizer, Moderator:� Diversity and Community Perspectives.
Getting Smart, Nonprofits Shaping the New Economy. State-wide gathering co-sponsored by Leadership Rhode Island and United Way.� Keynote Address:� Cross Sectoral Collaborations: Mental Models & Challenges. June 1997.
University of Rhode Island. Martin Luther King Day Program.� Cultural Diversity Within A Campus Environment.� January 1997.�
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)� 1996 Annual Meeting,�� New York City:� Panel Discussant, Topic Group Leader
American Association of Colleges and Universities� Annual Meeting,� January 1996, Atlanta, GE: "Community Service Learning:� Building Collaboratives"
The Center for Philanthropy, University of Indiana.� Contributing Editor, Research in Progress, a compendium of current non-profit research , 1996 Edition.
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA).� 1995 Annual Meeting, Cleveland, OH:� Panel Presentation
Ford Foundation Campus Diversity Conference.� October 1995, Philadelphia, PA� - Promises, Progress and the Road Before Us. �Discussion group facilitator, Conference newsletter editor.
INDEPENDENT SECTOR� Spring Research Forum.�� March 1995, Alexandria, VA -�� Nonprofit Organizations as Public Actors:� Rising to New Public Policy Challenges.� "Passage of the National Community Service Trust Act:� Collaboration and Implementation of Community Service Initiatives.�
National Network of Grantmakers 15th Annual Conference.� October 1994, Seattle, WA - Grantmaking, Community Organizing, and Spirituality:� What Are the Connections?.� Convenor, People of Color Caucus.
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