Investors Bank will present the Ninth Annual Art of Thriving Not-for-Profit Conference on Wednesday, December 12, beginning at 8 AM. The conference, which runs until noon, is being held at the Pines Manor at 2085 Lincoln Highway in Edison, New Jersey.
Leaders, executives, professional staff, and volunteers from New Jersey’s nonprofit community are invited to attend the Art of Thriving Conference. This year’s theme is Corporate Social Responsibility: Working Together for the Good of All. Admission is free and pre-registration is requested, as seating is limited. To register, visit the Art of Thriving website. For more information or details, contact Investors Bank Vice President and Community Development Officer Sandy S. Broughton at 732-395-1594 or by email: [email protected].
The conference’s program features a keynote address, special presentation by a guest speaker and a panel discussion. Guests will have time during the catered breakfast and morning breaks to network with professionals from local, regional and national not-for-profit organizations.
The keynote speaker is Michellene Davis, Esq., Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJ Barnabas Health. The special guest speaker is Scott Chesney, who is a nationally-recognized speaker, coach and consultant.
Following the keynote address by Ms. Davis is the panel discussion. The moderator is Sally Glick, who is a Principal and the Chief Growth Strategist at Sobel and Co., LLC. This year’s panelists include the following executives:
- Linda M. Czipo, President and CEO, Center for Nonprofits
- Phil Salerno III, President and Chief Developmental Officer, Children’s Specialized Hospital
- Jonathan R. Pearson, Executive Director and Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey