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Nonprofit Leadership Conference and Awards Luncheon October 9, 2012 Galt House Hotel (Rivue - West Tower) 140 North Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40202

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TELL YOUR STORY

John is fourteen. His older brother, with whom he is very close, is in jail – his third incarceration. John seems headed in the same direction. His mother is worried about John. She enrolled him in a chess club for inner city youth and is trying to figure out other ways to keep him out of trouble. The chess idea seems promising; he likes his chess mentor and has learned the basics of the game. In his first competitive match, he got creamed. Near to tears, he told his mentor that he just couldn’t do this. His mentor convinced John, this time and many more times, to keep trying… Six years later, John’s mentor received an email from John saying that there was no way he would be a college sophomore in good standing without the confidence he gained in the chess club. When that story was shared at an orientation session at the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, everyone who heard it was ready to donate time and money to the organization that produced the result. Many organizations can demonstrate good outcomes. But those that thrive are the ones that engage their stakeholders with examples that stir the emotions and make clear the storyline. That is what this conference is all about. Helping you tell your story and engage your community. Attend the one conference each year where nonprofits from every corner of the community come together to learn, network and share their stories. And leave with the storytelling tools you need for success!

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The Louisville Ballet

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Real Benefits of Attending for You, Your Organization and the Community

FEATURED KEYNOTER AND FACILITATOR

The pay-offs for attending:

Andy Goodman is a nationally recognized author, speaker and consultant in the field of public interest communications. Along with the book, Storytelling as Best Practice, he is author of Why Bad Ads Happen to Good Causes and Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes. He also publishes a monthly journal, free-range thinking, to share best practices in the field. Andy has been invited to speak at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs at Princeton, as well as at major foundation and nonprofit conferences.

• Tell a more powerful story • Empower and equip others to tell a more compelling story

• Inspire your staff, board and volunteers • Engage donors and patrons • Influence policy decisions • Connect with other leaders

Who will be coming? Executive Directors Resource Development Professionals Human Resource Professionals

In 2007, he was selected by Al Gore to train a thousand volunteers who are currently conducting presentations on global warming throughout the US and around the world. And in 2008, he co-founded The Goodman Center, an online school, “to help do-gooders do better”. To learn more about his work, please visit www.agoodmanonline.com and www.thegoodmancenter.com.

Marketing and PR Professionals

Program Managers Young Professionals Board Members Civic Leaders Business Leaders Philanthropists

Barbara Sexton Smith at Louisville Central Community Center

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When not teaching, traveling, or recovering from teaching and traveling, Andy also serves as a Senior Advisor for Civic Ventures and is on the advisory boards of VolunteerMatch and Great Nonprofits. About His Plenary Presentation Ever since we began talking to each other, telling stories has been the most powerful way to capture attention, engage an audience, and motivate them to act. Steadily advancing technology keeps handing us shiny new tools to communicate faster and farther – think iPhones and Twitter to name just two – but in our fervor to remain current (and appear professional) we often ignore our natural inclination to tell a good story. In “Change the Story, Change the World,” Andy Goodman will explain why he believes storytelling remains the single most powerful communication tool you possess, and he will offer specific ways your organization can use stories to advance your mission.

Volunteers of America of Kentucky

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Nonprofit Awards Luncheon

lifetime achievement award

Greatness often emanates from love’s highest perch. Lifted up by a passion for nature, knowledge, art and an equally deep compassion for humanity, greatness sometimes becomes eternal. It is reflected by all whom are touched by it – our words and actions aspire to live up to the influence of its legacy. Christina Lee, “Christy,” and her late husband, Owsley Brown II created that most rare kind of greatness. And we are much the better for it. Christy and Owsley shared their inspiration through the family they raised and the world-class organization Brown-Forman Corporation they managed, as they led our community to become a far better place – especially in our humanity and the things that transform a culture into a civilization.

Pyramid Awards for Excellence will be presented during the luncheon in the following categories: Art of Collaboration Sponsored by Deming Malone Livesay & Ostroff (DMLO) Art of Diversity Sponsored by Fifth Third Bank Art of Governance Sponsored by Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP Art of Leadership Sponsored by Dean Dorton Allen Ford PLLC Art of Social Innovation Sponsored by Dick & Ardi Wilson Art of Vision Sponsored by Mountjoy Chilton Medley, LLP

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The Louisville Orchestra

Along the way, Owsley’s virtuosity was widely heralded. He and Christy received Greater Louisville Inc’s highest honor, the Gold Cup, in March of 2011 for distinguished service to the city. In June of 2011, Owsley received the Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship in recognition of his philanthropy and preservation work. Among her many causes, Christy led the restoration of the Cathedral of the Assumption in 1985 as she co-founded the Center for Interfaith Relations. It is very fitting that the theme for this year’s Festival of Faiths, a culmination event for the Center, is Sacred Fire: Light of Compassion. The festival will focus on fire as the gift of consciousness enlightened by compassion, which illuminates the way to a life of love and justice. We are sure we speak for the community when we say to Christy that she does not alone bear the weight of the torch she carries. Her faith, family and friends have no doubt expressed like sentiments to her. We want to add the loving wishes of all of those that make up our civic sector that we, too, march along together with her as she and Owsley have faithfully accompanied so many of us. The Center for Nonprofit Excellence therefore wishes to recognize Christy and Owsley Brown II with its Lifetime Achievement award, only the eighth such honor in CNPE’s 11 years of honoring distinguished servant leadership.

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agenda at a glance

BREAKOUT WORKSHOPS DESCRIPTION

7:45 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

Five concurrent workshops will be offered in the morning and repeated in the afternoon session that focus on ways to organize storytelling within your organization, including a hands-on, skill development session with Andy Goodman.

Registration Welcome Remarks Andy Goodman, “Change Your Story – Change the World” Networking Break - Exhibitor Hall

10:30 a.m. Telling the Story Breakout Workshops 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. Luncheon Registration Networking Break - Exhibitor Hall 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. Pyramid Awards Luncheon If you want a mega dose of inspiration and a powerful sense of community, the awards luncheon is for you. To witness the ways our community is made better through local stories of profound commitment and excellence is a special experience. On top of that, CNPE will share highlights of the most comprehensive study of the nonprofit sector conducted in the Louisville area. Plus, hear a little bit of the advice from nationally acclaimed Andy Goodman on storytelling. 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Repeat of Morning Workshops

“Change Your Story, Change the World:” Hand-on session to help strengthen your storytelling abilities to advance your mission. Presenter: Andy Goodman Story-Boarding: Drive consistency and authenticity of your message across your entire board Moderator: Susan Barry, Community Foundation of Louisville Panelists: Debra Hoffer, Junior Achievement; Marta Maria Miranda, Center for Women and Families; Ben Richmond, Louisville Urban League The Never Ending Story: Create and maintain engaging narrative in social media. Presenter/Moderator: Corissa Phillips, Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program Panelists: Barbara Sexton Smith, Fund for the Arts; Dana Jackson & Anthony Smith, Network Center for Community Change Policy Changing Stories: Advocate with purpose, persuasion, and persistence Moderator: Oliver Barber, Attorney Panelists: Dr. Sheila Schuster, Psychologist/Advocate, Dr. Terry Brooks, Kentucky Youth Advocates Every Picture Tells a Story: Listening to donors and crafting individualized messages. Moderator: Schuyler Heuser, Children’s Hospital Foundation Panelists: Kathy Oyler, Civic Volunteer; Marita Willis, PNC Bank; Todd Lowe, Parthenon Capital Management

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Shakespeare in Louisville’s Central Park

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Stay Connected in the EXHIBITOR LOUNGE We will have lots of prizes and plenty to learn in the exhibitor lounge for you … these folks are more partners than vendors, so get to know them better … also, this is a great time to network. SPONSORS

Become a Featured Exhibitor

Supporting Sponsors Donors Forum of Kentuckiana

Exhibitor Lounge Sponsor M i s s i o n D ata

Pyramid Awards for Excellence Sponsors

If you are looking for a quick, enjoyable and effective way to get your service and product before several hundred employers, this is the place. We put you in the middle of the action … including the plenary and luncheon sessions. Experts told us that placing you there could create too much chaos … we discovered it created more community. You told us you loved it. Being an exhibitor includes: • Display space including one rectangular table • Company contact listing in a pre- and post-conference eDirectory

Dick & Ardi Wilson

• Logo prominence in exhibitors’ and sponsors’ display areas • One free ticket to the awards luncheon

Contributing and Planning Partners

• One free complete access pass to the breakouts

• List of organizations represented at our day’s events CNPE Flagship Program Sponsors

Pricing for exhibitors is $250 CNPE members and $350 non-members. Exhibitor deadline is September 28. Contact CNPE at www.cnpe.org or call (502) 315-2673

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The Healing Place

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Registration Information & Rates

Civic Sector (Nonprofit) Tables

Registration is available online at www. cnpe.org or by using the quick registration form included in this brochure. Full Conference Registration includes full day event, materials, lunch and refreshments

CNPE Members Table Sponsors: $500 Non-members Table Sponsors: $580 All table sponsors are featured during awards celebration Pyramid Awards Luncheon Registration includes lunch attendance only Early Bird September 14, 2012 $65 CNPE members, $75 guests CNPE MEMBERS – BUY TABLE OF 8 FOR ONLY $500!

Early bird September 14, 2012 $165 CNPE members, $195 guests (groups of two or more save $25 on total price) On or after September 15, 2012 $185 CNPE members and $225 guests Corporate Tables CNPE Corporate Members: $850 Corporate Guests (non-members) $1,000 All corporate table sponsors are featured during awards celebration

Empty Pockets? We Can Help! CNPE makes partial scholarships for member organizations available based on financial need. Contact Darlene Whitney at (502) 315-2673, or dwhitney@cnpe.org with any questions. Volunteer and go free! Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply for volunteer positions at the annual conference and receive free conference admission. Contact CNPE at (502) 315-2673 for information. Volunteers will be selected on a first-come first-served basis.

On or after September 15, 2012 $75 CNPE members, $85 guests Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) of Greater Louisville, Leadership Louisville, and Young Nonprofit Professional Network members receive CNPE member rates for the full day conference and awards luncheon!

Questions: Call CNPE at (502) 315-2673 or visit us at www.cnpe.org.

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