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Save the Dates! 501(c)Success National Speaker Series

Byrne Pelofsky + Associates is proud to sponsor Nonprofit Connect’s 501(c)Success National Speaker Series again in 2019.  Stay tuned for dates and speaker updates and be sure to mark your calendars!

Giving USA 2019: Friday, June 21

Dr. Patrick Rooney, associate dean for academic affairs and research at Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, will return to Kansas City on Friday, June 21 to present Giving USA 2019: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2018 as part of the 501 (c) Success National Speaker Series presented by Nonprofit Connect and sponsored by Byrne Pelofsky + Associates.

View event details and register here.  You won’t want to miss Dr. Rooney’s 14th year in Kansas City presenting THE seminal report on charitable giving – as the longest running, most comprehensive report on philanthropy in America.  Dr. Rooney’s time with us is always informative, always engaging and always fun! Reserve your spot now!

 Natalye Paquin: Tuesday, October 29

Natalye Paquin, President & CEO of Points of Light, will come to Kansas City on Tuesday, October 29, to discuss accelerating people-powered change and the value of equipping and connecting individuals, nonprofits and businesses to solve society’s greatest challenges.

An attorney by training, Natalye spent more than 15 years in the education sector in legal and executive leadership roles. For more than a decade, Natalye has been a director on a corporate board. She is also a philanthropist and committed volunteer.  You won’t want to miss the perspective of this visionary and results-oriented leader with a strong track record of performance and transformation in turnaround and high-paced organizationsLearn more about Natalye and Points of Light here.


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