This full two-day conference features keynote presentations, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities. You will return to your nonprofit better prepared with provocative questions, new knowledge and strategies to meet your mission and take the Journey to the Top! Read more...
Annual Conference of American Association Of Service Coordinators (AASC). Service coordinators are a valuable member of the management team in affordable housing communities. They typically have social work or human services education and experience. The role of the service coordinator is to link elderly, people with disabilities and low-income families to supportive services and other community resources. Read more...
The Ninth Annual Diversity Symposium theme is “Building Inclusive Communities.” This event features a variety of lectures, panels, and workshops that will explore the impact and implications of race and class on individual success and community engagement in higher education institutions.
The morning sessions will include an opening keynote from John Quiñones, author, broadcast journalist, and host and creator of What Would You Do?, and workshops on courageous conversations about race, class, and bias. Read more...
Connect with partners, Microsoft employees and industry experts at Microsoft Inspire. With past attendance exceeding 16,000 people from around the globe, Microsoft Inspire provides a week full of networking, learning and collaboration. Read more...
The NASFAA National Conference is the premier event serving the student financial aid community. Student aid professionals from across the nation attend the NASFAA National Conference each year to teach, learn, network, and share best practices. Read more...
The mission of the Men of Color National Summit at Clemson University is to close the achievement gap for African-American and Hispanic males, from cradle to career. Bringing together approximately 2,000 high school and college students, business professionals, educators, government officials and community leaders from around the country, the summit will emphasize the importance of education, best practices and choices to increase high school and college graduation rates. Read more...
The Alpha Theta Chapter of Delta Gamma is proud to announce our speaker for the 2017 Delta Gamma Foundation/Everson Family Lectureship in Values and Ethics. On Monday, March 27, 2017 the women of Alpha Theta will welcome John Quinones to the University of North Dakota campus. He will be speak at 7:00pm at the Chester Fritz Auditorium. This event is free and open to the public. Read more...
Family Guidance Center is proud to celebrate our 115th anniversary by presenting an extraordinary evening with John Quiñones. Mr. Quiñones' message will focus on the important role we all can play in someone's life when we open our hearts to help those who may be struggling - particularly with a non-visible condition like mental health. Best known for the "What Would You Do" series, Mr. Quiñones will remind us of the power each of us has to help and to heal.
The Emmy award-winning ABC TV journalist and host of the popular “What Would You Do?” prime time series asks us, individually and as a nation, to take a good look in the mirror. What do we do when we witness injustice, racism, bullying? Do we step in or do we step aside? Has the tenor of the 2016 campaign season affected how we respond? Having grown up in a poor family of migrant workers to become ABC's first Latino correspondent and a seven-time Emmy Award winner, Quiñones draws on his own powerful story to challenge his audience to think.
All Voices of Democracy events are free and open to the public, but entrance tickets required. This event is part of BW’s Enduring Questions: The Mark Collier Lecture Series. Read more...
Children’s Hunger Alliance is thrilled to announce our 22nd Annual Menu of Hope luncheon featuring keynote speaker John Quiñones. Read more...
Monday, February 27, 2017
Registration: 11:00 a.m.
Program: 11.30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Columbus
350 North High Street, Columbus OH 43215
Children’s Hunger Alliance partners with family child care providers, daycare centers, school districts and afterschool and summer nutrition programs to help provide healthy meals and snacks for children in their care, as well as nutrition and physical education to children and their families.
Hillsborough Community College is pleased to announce that the 11th annual Black, Brown & College Bound Summit will be held February 22-25, 2017 in Tampa, Florida at the Tampa Marriott Waterside. Each year, the goals of the summit are to: (1) provide information about successful strategies, (2) explore mentoring programs that enable the success of young men and (3) provide the latest research of the methods higher education institutions can employ to increase access, persistence, retention and graduation rates. Read more...
Seven-time Emmy winner John Quiñones, host of ABC's award-winning "What Would You Do?" will deliver the keynote address at IU’s 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Leadership Breakfast. On the show, Quiñones illustrates how ordinary people can spark change by intervening in challenging scenarios involving the dynamics of ethics, race, class, gender, and other factors. This spirit of compassion and courage embodies what our annual MLK Celebration stands for, and what we strive for on our campus and within the surrounding community.
UA, Stillman College, Shelton State Community College and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference host the series. RSVP to the Leadership Breakfast
The Realizing the Dream annual Legacy Banquet spotlights individuals whose work honors Dr. King’s ideals of promoting social justice, peace and equality. The Legacy Banquet will take place Jan. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Bryant Conference Center Sellers Auditorium at the University of Alabama. The banquet’s keynote speaker will be John Quiñones, a veteran ABC news figure and host of the highly rated hidden camera ethical dilemma news program “What Would You Do?”
This year’s theme, Realizing the Dream Through Acts of Courage and Compassion, will highlight the 28th annual Realizing the Dream event series, which celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tickets go on sale January 4, 2017. Read more...
This year’s theme, Higher Education at the Crossroads: Pathways to Equity and Excellence, will highlight the sharing of ideas and strategies that have led to improved results and lessons learned in efforts to enhance the academic experience of students attending our member institutions in light of competing priorities. The 2016 SACSCOC Annual Meeting will offer sessions on topics to help participants develop and implement activities to enhance teaching and learning, as well as the supporting administrative operations. Dynamic speakers, Commission staff presentations, peer-led sessions, Presidents’ Day activities, engaging exhibitors, and numerous networking opportunities will also be featured at this year’s conference.
The magic of the holidays will surround you at the 9th Annual Jingle Jangle Jam, the largest holiday fundraiser for children and families in the Tampa Bay area. Last year’s event attracted more than 400 of Tampa Bay’s most affluent and influential individuals and dozens of corporate sponsors. This year’s event will feature a gourmet holiday feast; seasonal martinis, beer and wine; decadently delicious deserts; silent auction . . . and Emmy Award winner John Quiñones. More information...
On Oct. 28, we will be gathering at the Orange Beach Event Center to present diplomas to more than 700 graduates in front of more than 3,000 guests. We are excited to announce that this year’s keynote speaker is broadcast journalist and TV host of “What Would You Do?” John Quinones! Additionally, we will be having our alumni social event the evening of Oct. 27 at the Gulf State Park Pavilion beside the beautiful Gulf of Mexico sunset. You can find more information and registration details here.
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We are thrilled to announce our speaker for A Novel Event 2016 which will be held on Monday, October 17th at 12 Noon at the Pfister Hotel Ballroom.
Since 1996 , SHARP Literacy has been providing students with opportunities to develop a wide range of skills – reading, writing, oral communications, research, creating thinking and problem solving – SHARP creates a solid foundation for future learning and success. Based on pre- and post- vocabulary assessments 72% of all SHARP students improve their vocabulary by four or more words. SHARP currently serves approximately 7,000 students in grades K5-5.
You are cordially invited to the Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President’s Commemoration Ball! The GFWHCC is honored to welcome Emmy Award winner John Quiñones to Fort Wayne. Event includes: dinner, keynote,silent auction, entertainment, and more. More information...
The Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GFWHCC) is a 501(c) 6 - Business League organization created and supported by all volunteers, non-paid Cabinet officers, and non-paid Board members.
This series sponsors high-profile speakers who visit classrooms, share lunch with faculty, staff, students and trustees, present a lecture and sign books for guidest. Speakers have included Rosie Perez, Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, Michael Moore and Gloria Steinem.
Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, MA
Free and Open to the Public - Online registration is required.
HealthPoint's 11th Annual Kaleidoscope Benefit Dinner will take place on Thursday, September 29 at The Westin Seattle. Reception is from 5:30-7:00pm with dinner, program and raise-the-paddle to follow. Event registration opens on August 3.
Table captain and sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact Diana Olsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 203-0447 to learn more.
Kegley Institute of Ethics at California State University Bakersfield presents "What Would You Do? A Message of Peace", the 2016 KIE Fall Lecture sponsored by Kern Schools Federal Credit Union and Kaiser Permanente in partnership with San Joaquin Community Hospital.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. (Read more)
Celebrate Earning the CPCU Designation at The Institutes’ 2016 CPCU Conferment Ceremony
Join fellow new CPCU designees this year in Honolulu, HI to celebrate your achievement in a beautiful destination!
Please join the Mountain Education Foundation at the 6TH ANNUAL COFFEE AND DESSERT, Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 6:00 pm.
The Mountain Education Foundation (MEF) was formed to provide ongoing financial support to achieve and maintain excellence in the Signal Mountain public schools.
Since 1991 MEF has provided more than $6.5 million in funding to enhance learning in the classroom in an effort to continually strengthen the Signal Mountain schools. MEF brings parents, community leaders, citizens and local businesses together for an organized and united fundraising effort while connecting with principals and educators to identify the essential needs for each of the schools it serves. More information...
School Nutrition Association (SNA)'s 70th Annual National Conference (ANC) will be held July 10-13, 2016 in San Antonio! The event will bring together the school nutrition community for four days of informative and inspiring sessions, countless exhibits and unmatched networking opportunities. Join more than 6,500 attendees, including school nutrition professionals, industry members and allied organization representatives at SNA’s premiere school nutrition event of the year.
The Kansas Health Foundation is based in Wichita, but statewide is its focus. With a mission to improve the health of all Kansans, KHF envisions a culture in which every Kansan can make healthy choices where they live, work and play. To achieve this, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking in two primary program areas: Health Equity, with the goal of reducing health disparities related to social and economic factors; and Civic Health, in order to inspire, inform and equip Kansans to be engaged in improving the health of our state.
On June 9-10, 2016, the Foundation will continue the opportunity for Kansans to join us in the battle for a healthier Kansas with the Kansas Health Foundation Symposium, “Reshaping our Reality”. This two-day event will feature renowned keynote speakers such as author Robert Putnam and John Quiñones, host of ABC’s What Would You Do?. Space is limited, but registration will be open to anyone interested in and committed to a healthier Kansas.
The symposium is being coordinated by the Wichita State University Conference Office. For questions about the symposium, please contact 316-978-6493 or email@example.com.
More than 1,200 people from the CASA/GAL network across the country are expected to converge on the National Capital Area for this year’s conference. Our theme, One Network – Many Voices for Children, underscores the success of our advocacy efforts together as well as the importance of the time we will spend together, visioning about how we can work together more collaboratively and effectively.