Not Your Typical Meeting

When developing the agenda for our May 10-11 conference, one of our goals is for the busiest of foundation executives to spend two days immersing themselves in content that will challenge and inspire them to think about their grantmaking in new and different ways. To serve an  expert audience with a commitment to making the world a better place, CEP works hard to provide a new experience for foundation leaders, both in terms of program content and the candor with which participants discuss their work. This year’s conference will feature new research from CEP, the perspectives of philanthropic leaders, and presentations by thought leaders from outside the field of philanthropy (and outside the philanthropy conference circuit)—on topics ranging from development economics to organizational behavior. Only fifty seats remain for CEP’s 2011 conference, Better Philanthropy: From Data to Impact. We invite you to join us in Boston May 10-11 to learn from peers who share a commitment to effective philanthropy and from researchers, academics, and practitioners who may challenge your assumptions about the way you do your work. Foundation CEOs, trustees, and senior leadership can register for the conference here. Kacie Sherman is Senior Programming and Communications Coordinator at CEP.

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