As part of HANOCON & Awards 2018, we are introducing pre-workshops as a way to offer ‘deeper dives’ into topics of interest to the sector. These two workshops are scheduled for 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 4, 2018 at Pomaikai Ballrooms. Registration for these workshops is open to everyone and completely separate from the full day conference on Friday, October 5.

  • [PRE-WORKSHOP 1] Making Voices Heard: Capturing and Amplifying Constituent Perspectives Through Qualitative Methods
  • [PRE-WORKSHOP 2] Understanding and Working with Next Generation Donors

[PRE-WORKSHOP 1] Making Voices Heard: Capturing and Amplifying Constituent Perspectives Through Qualitative Methods

This session will introduce participants to qualitative methods for capturing, analyzing, and amplifying constituent perspectives. Qualitative methods will be framed as a complement to quantitative methods, and emphasis will be placed on the benefits of combining both approaches for a more complete picture of an organization’s constituents (i.e., “1+1=3”). Qualitative methods will be highlighted not only as a way of exploring and better understanding our community’s evolving needs, but also as a vehicle for constituent empowerment. During the session, participants will become familiar with several qualitative methods—including thematic analysis, audio recording, and PhotoVoice—through a combination of examples, demonstrations, and hands-on activities. The importance of sharing back results from qualitative methods will also be underscored.

About the presenter:

As Founder and Principal of JLI Consulting, LLC, Joyce Lee-Ibarra combines her passion for the nonprofit community with her interest in rigorous, evidence-based learning. Since 2003, she has provided grant writing, program evaluation, and academic research and writing services to a range of nonprofits and public sector agencies. Currently, her consulting focuses on social sector research, evaluation training, and technical assistance to nonprofits and philanthropies. Her “sweet spot” is the use of evaluative thinking: employing a learning-based approach to collecting evidence, questioning assumptions, and using data—both quantitative and qualitative—in service to informed decision-making. Joyce serves as an evaluation consultant to Aloha United Way and Hawaii Community Foundation, and has provided evaluation trainings to members of the AmeriCorps VISTA program and alumni of the Weinberg Fellows program. Joyce holds a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Molecular & Cell Biology from the University of California-Berkeley, and a master’s degree in Health and Social Behavior from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She resides in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Registration:

  • HANO member rate: $79
  • Non-member rate: $99

ONLINE REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED, however, you are invited to register on-site.

  • please arrive at the event venue by 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 for on-site registration
  • the workshop will be held at Pomaikai Ballrooms in the Dole Cannery, 735 Iwilei Rd, Honolulu; directions can be viewed here
  • validated parking is available for registered participants in the Dole Cannery parking lot for $6
  • Pomaika’i Ballrooms is located on the 2nd level of the parking structure

[PRE-WORKSHOP 2] Understanding and Working with Next Generation Donors

Join Sharna Goldseker of the New York based nonprofit, 21/64 in this interactive deep dive workshop to understand the values and giving strategies of next generation donors and the implications for nonprofits going forward.

It is projected that the next generation of major donors are set to inherit $59 trillion within the next 50 years. Alongside the historic expansion in philanthropic assets is a simultaneous expansion in philanthropic innovation and entrepreneurial impact. Considering how much of our future is in the hands of this rising generation, it is crucial to understand who they are, how they think and what new attitudes and behaviors they bring to big philanthropy. 21/64 has become this area’s leading expert through exclusive research and field work, which led to the publication of the critically acclaimed 2013 #NextGenDonors report and coauthored new book, Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving published by Wiley in October 2017. Learn how next gen donors are different from their parents and grandparents and how to successfully engage this generation in your nonprofits, family philanthropy and other organizations and family enterprises.

About the presenter:

Sharna Goldseker is today’s leading expert on multigenerational and next generation philanthropy and—as a next gen donor herself—offers a trusted insider’s perspective. As executive director of 21/64, the nonprofit practice she founded to serve philanthropic and family enterprises, she has created the industry’s gold-standard tools for transforming how families who give will define their values, collaborate, and govern in the decades ahead. She has been a consistent presence in the philanthropic field for two decades and is known for her quiet gravitas and insight. Today, prominent nonprofits, philanthropic networks, and foundations look to Sharna for training in next generation engagement and multigenerational advising. Sharna is the co-author of Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving to be published by Wiley in October 2017. She is married, with two children, and lives in New York City.

Registration:

  • HANO member rate: $79
  • Non-member rate: $99

ONLINE REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED, however, you are invited to register on-site.

  • please arrive at the event venue by 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 for on-site registration
  • the workshop will be held at Pomaikai Ballrooms in the Dole Cannery, 735 Iwilei Rd, Honolulu; directions can be viewed here
  • validated parking is available for registered participants in the Dole Cannery parking lot for $6
  • Pomaika’i Ballrooms is located on the 2nd level of the parking structure

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