•  Nonprofit Leadership Summit

    Nonprofit Leadership Summit

    Emerging trends in nonprofits

    The Nonprofit Leadership Summit, Monday, April 20, 2014, is a collaboration of alumni, local nonprofit representatives and current students. The event is an opportunity for students to engage with alumni and external community professionals working in the nonprofit sector.

    Adapting business models and organizational systems for impact and sustainability

    Nonprofits in various sub-sectors have to adapt to emerging realities to ensure ongoing relevance, impact and sustainability. These adaptations might include innovative products and services, redesigned organizational structures, mergers with other organizations, or other measures. Come explore how nonprofits are forging new ground and new models to better serve their communities and increase community impact.

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    The summit will begin with a panel of leaders discussing adapting business models and systems for impact and sustainability. Attendees will then divide into subsectors for roundtable discussions.

    • Monday, Monday, April 20, 6 - 8:30 p.m.
    • Anderson Center on Hamline University's St. Paul Campus
    • Cost is $10 (free for students)
    • Appetizers and light refreshments will be served
    • Space is limited: Register by April 15 to reserve your spot

    Detailed Schedule

    6 - 6:30 p.m. Check-in and Reception
    6:30 - 7:15 p.m. Panel Presentations
    7:15 – 8 p.m. Roundtable discussion (guided networking)
    8 – 8:30 p.m. Wrap up and Questions 

    Panel of Leaders


    Robert L. Routhieaux, Ph. D., the director of nonprofit programs at Hamline and an associate professor of management in Hamline’s School of Business. He has more than twenty years of experience assisting nonprofits with organizational development.


    Bari Amadio, CEO, Great Rochester Arts & Cultural Trust
    Armando Camacho, President / CEO, Opportunity Partners
    Susie Brown, Public Policy Director, MN Council of Nonprofits