Philanthropy as Strategic Partnerships
Boulder, CO • January 15, 2020
Kickoff the new year with this exciting panel discussion focused on business and non profit partnerships!
Wednesday, January 15, 2020 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM MSTSRG Boulder
1801 13th St
Boulder, CO 80302
What does a nonprofit partnership mean to you? Are you seeking avenues to engage your employees? Are you looking for a strategic marketing partner to build a brand image? Working alongside a nonprofit organization in a meaningful way to achieve your business objectives is a great way to impact change and differentiate yourself from your competition... and it’s so much more than a logo on a t-shirt! Join us for a panel discussion with experts in the field, talking about strategic partnerships.
This discussion will help you consider how you tell your philanthropic story both internally and externally, and how you use your strategic partnership to tell consumers more about your brand.
Meet our Philanthropy as Strategic Partnerships panelists:
Tahverlee is a Social Impact Entrepreneur who strives to make in impact in the world by helping companies develop a strategy around community giving. She hosts two podcasts, Grit and Grace and GRRRL Talk. She is the founder of Tahverlee's Tribe and believes in the power of connection.
Hannah Hoogenboom is the Development Director for the JDRF Rocky Mountain Chapter. Her passion for strategic and impactful nonprofit work perfectly aligns with her love of Colorado and she’s committed to sustainably serving our community.
Mary Wehrer is the Sr. Director Sales and Marketing at Floyd's 99 Barbershop. She is a results driven executive skilled in building and managing teams to meet company objectives. Her specialties include team management and culture building, developing and executing strategic projects and programs, budget management, financial planning, sales and marketing analysis, purchasing, vendor management,contract negotiation, forecasting, departmental P&L's, creating and executing marketing plans and strategies, creating and tracking departmental and project KPI's . Prior to joining Floyd's 99 Barbershop, she spent 11 years at Revlon Professionals, eventually as the International Sales and Marketing Director.
Rachel Ring currently works as the Marketing Manager for Floyd’s 99 Barbershop, focusing on the regional partnerships with JDRF. She is passionate about partnering with nonprofit organizations and has worked with several throughout her career, including Cancer Council NSW, in Sydney Australia and the Princess Margaret Foundation, in Toronto, Canada contributing to raising over 1.4 million dollars and setting a Guinness World Record!
A portion of proceeds from this event will be donated to the JDRF Rocky Mountain Chapter, Ellevate Boulder's 2020 non profit partner.
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5:30: Doors Open
5:30-6:00: Networking & Light Appetizers
6:00: Program Begins
7:15: Wrap Up
7:30: Event Ends
Parking: Paid parking is available for the event on Walnut Street and in the parking garage below 1801 13th accessible by turning east on Walnut Street from Broadway, and right into the underground parking garage.
How to Find Us: Enter 1801 13th Street from the east doors facing 13th Street and proceed to the elevator. You'll find us in Suite #400 on the 4th Floor.
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