Every two years, the Kansas Health Foundation invites recognition grant recipients and applicants to attend a conference designed just for them. Not only is it a time of celebration and acknowledgment of their efforts, it also provides an opportunity to help connect awardees with helpful information and resources. The 2017 Kansas Health Foundation Learning conference will be held April 6 and 7, for previous 2015 and 2016 recognition grant recipients and applicants.
Below, please find handouts and presentations from various speakers and sessions at this year’s conference.
The Anatomy of Cybersecurity (John Guzman)
Cultural Competency for Greater Impact (Brigette Rouson)
Developing a Dynamic Board (Mary Ann de Barbieri)
Grant Writing and Proposal Development Finally Made Easy (Barbara Wright)
Guiding Your Organization with a Theory of Change: Strategies, Outcomes, and Impact (Marshall Brumer)
How to Acquire, Renew and Upgrade Donors with Limited Time and Budget (Nate Nasralla)
Social Movement Technologies (Hannah Roditi)
Stories That Sell Your Program (Elisa Kosarin)
Strengthening Your Volunteer Program (Elisa Kosarin)
Turning Outward: Restoring Our Can-Do Spirit (Rich Harwood)
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