Join us via Livestream on September 13-14, 2018 for Stanford Social Innovation Review's thirteenth annual Nonprofit Management Institute: "
Towards Real Change: Diversity, Equity, and
Are you unable to attend this year's Nonprofit Management Institute in-person? Now you can join us remotely by registering for our Livestream option!
While issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity have
existed for decades (if not centuries), they have taken on a new urgency today in
the worlds of business, politics, and—yes—even the nonprofit sector.
Nonprofits, foundations, and social enterprises are hardly immune from
challenges that include the lack of representation of people of color among
boards and leadership teams, gender-biased wage gaps, hostility towards
religious or sexual minorities, or sexual harassment, to name only a few.
The social sector faces problems with how our organizations
are run, as well as how we work with the communities we serve. If we want to
fully realize our goals as agents of social innovation, we need to address
these issues head-on. And while we realize this change will not happen
overnight, long-term solutions need to begin now if they are ever to be
With this commitment in mind (and recognizing that we are
just as guilty of not doing enough to address these issues in our own
organization), Stanford Social Innovation
Review announces the theme of the 2018 Nonprofit Management Institute: “Towards
Real Change: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.”
Over the course of two days—September 13, and 14, 2018—SSIR will bring together respected
scholars exploring the latest research and thinking on the root causes and most
promising solutions to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion; notable leaders
of organizations working to make progress against these issues, and prominent voices
elevating the dialog on these topics. But we aren’t satisfied to merely raise
awareness of these issues. Our goal is to probe the complex layers of these challenges,
to create a greater understanding of the mechanisms that cause them, and to
outline steps we can all take to address them.
To view our current schedule please visit: http://www.ssirinstitute.org/schedule
The Livestream ticketing option ensures you won't miss out on the chance to learn from fellow nonprofit leaders at this two-day conference produced by Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Livestream attendee benefits:
• Real-time video streaming of main stage presentations*.
• Download the NMI2018 conference app, to network with fellow attendees. Registered livestream attendees will receive an email with instructions.
• Submit questions via social media and see them answered at the conference.
• View sessions at your convenience; live, or on demand after the conference ends.
• Access to post-conference resources like presentation slides, related content, and more!
Livestream is a great option for those who are unable to attend in-person. And at only $299 per seat**, it’s a significant savings versus the in-person registration fee.
We hope you’ll join us.
*Not all main stage sessions may be included in the Livestream. If there are any breakout sessions, these will not included in Livestream. To view current schedule please visit: http://www.ssirinstitute.org/schedule
**Livestream registration fee is per individual user.
***On demand video recordings will be available to Livestream registrants approximately 24 hours after the conclusion of each day. If a conference day ends on a Friday, on demand viewing may not be available until the following Monday. Livestream registrants will be emailed an on demand access link when recording are available after the conclusion of each day. On demand access includes unlimited viewing for 6 months.