Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day 2017 provides a unique opportunity for nonprofit organizations, activists and community leaders from across our state to unify and raise awareness about the crucial role nonprofits play in supporting communities, strengthening our economy and making Vermont a better place to live.
Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day is a unique opportunity to:
- Educate lawmakers and state leaders about the strength and value of Vermont’s nonprofit sector and learn why your work matters.
- Learn advocacy best practices from experienced lobbyists, Legislators and each other.
- Network with non-profit colleagues, funders, legislative staffs and the most connected and influential people in the state.
Save the date for the Spring 2017 Nonprofit Luncheon: The Data Driven Nonprofit
Event Time: 11.30 – 2 p.m. Registration starts at 11:00 a.m.
Nonprofit organizations are vital to making meaningful change in the world and they have significant amounts of untapped potential in their data. Unfortunately, many nonprofits lack the strategies, skills, and guidance to make better decisions based on their data.
Join us for Common Good Vermont’s Spring Nonprofit Luncheon on April 18th at Noon at the Double Tree in South Burlington to learn how “big data” is completely transforming how companies drive their decision making and how Vermont nonprofits can tap the potential of their data, make better decisions and achieve improved community outcomes.
About the Presenter
We are pleased to present Steve MacLaughlin, Vice President of Data & Analytics at Blackbaud, and author of the current Amazon best seller “Data Driven Nonprofits”. Steve brings his 20+ years of experience driving innovation with a broad range of companies, government institutions, and nonprofit organizations. MacLaughlin has been featured as a fundraising and nonprofit expert in many mainstream publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, USA Today, Bloomberg, and has appeared on NPR.