Keynote Presenter:

Ed Henry, President and CEO, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation


Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM EDT

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The Inn at New Hyde Park 
214 Jericho Turnpike
New Hyde Park, NY 11040



April 11, 2018 - New Hyde Park, NY
Sponsored by Investors Bank

Investors Bank wants your organization to thrive, but we know that isn't always an easy task to manage in turbulent times. The goal for this year's Investors Bank Conference is to motivate and inspire Not-for-Profit professionals and Board Members as they work together to accomplish their missions and unleash their full potential with shrinking resources. The speakers will provide guidance and case studies on how not-for-profits can think strategically about what is central to achieving their vision. 
Our Long Island/Queens Art of Thriving conference is free.  
Attendance is recommended for Executive Directors, Development Staff, Board Members, and Volunteers within the not-for-profit industry.

This event will include:

Keynote Presentation from Ed Henry
Panel Discussion
Networking opportunities
Special Session on Tax Reform
Access to Investors Bank staff

Keynote Speaker Info:

Ed Henry, President and CEO, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

Ed Henry was appointed president and CEO of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation in January 2009. The foundation supports grants programs in the performing arts, the environment, medical research and child well-being. The work of the foundation is supported by an endowment of approximately $1.8 billion. He also serves as president of several operating foundations, including the Duke Farms Foundation, located in New Jersey, which is focused on environmental stewardship, and the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, located in Hawaii which operates Shangri La, a museum and center for the study of Islamic arts and cultures.

Previously he was an associate dean at Columbia Business School and continues as an adjunct executive education faculty member. He has held senior administrative positions with a number of nonprofit institutions and was a David Rockefeller fellow with the Partnership for New York City.

Henry earned a degree in economics from the University of Michigan and business from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Prior to his administrative work, he was a dancer with the New York City-based companies of Dan Wagoner and Viola Farber, had the opportunity to perform throughout the United States and abroad, served in the Artists-in-Schools program, taught, and created work for a number of organizations. Henry has served as a board member on national and New York City based organizations and participated as a peer reviewer for federal, state and local funding organizations.

Panel Discussion Info:

Moderator: Rhonda Klch, Executive Director, Equity First Foundation

Panelists:  Eric Alexander, Director, Vision Long Island., Terrie Magro, Founder, The Michael Magro Foundation, Paule T. Pachter, Chief Executive Officer, Long Island Cares, Inc. 

Special Session on Tax Reform:

David Rottkamp, CPA, Partner, Not-for-Profit Practice Leader, Grassi & Co.

Schedule of Events:

8:30 am – 9:30 am: Registration and breakfast
9:30 am – 10:00 am: Opening remarks from Investors Bank
10:00 am – 11:00 am: Keynote presentation from Ed Henry
11:00 am 
–  11:15 am: Break and Networking
11:15 am – 12:00 pm: Panel Discussion
12:00 pm – 12:15 pm: 
Special Session on Tax Reform
12:15 pm – 12:30 pm: Closing remarks and raffle

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