|Registration for YNPNdc's 9th Annual Celebration is now open! This year’s celebration will take place on Thursday, November 29, 2012 from 6:30 -9:00 PM at the Goethe Institute in Chinatown. Join us to celebrate nine years of YNPNdc with a night of networking, light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments and a special keynote address from Monisha Kapila, Founder & CEO of ProInspire.
Come celebrate 9 years of success with your fellow YNPNdc members!
Online pre-registration is now closed, but tickets will be available onsite starting at 6:30pm.
Early Bird (limited quantity available) - $15
Professional Member - $20
Network Member/Nonmember - $25
Register by November 28, 2012 for a chance to win a YNPNdc conference registration for you and a guest to attend for FREE. Purchasing an Annual Celebration ticket automatically enters you in the drawing!
About the speaker
||Monisha Kapila is the founder and CEO of ProInspire, a nonprofit
developing the next generation of social sector leaders by expanding
the talent pipeline, developing professionals, and increasing diversity.
Monisha Kapila launched ProInspire because she is passionate about
helping organizations and individuals achieve their potential for social
impact. She spent her career working in the for-profit and nonprofit
sectors, including Arthur Andersen, Capital One, Citigroup, ACCION
International, CARE, and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City.
Monisha has an MBA from Harvard Business School, where she was recipient
of the Dean’s Award, and a BBA with distinction from the University of
Michigan. She received her Certificate in Leadership Coaching from
Georgetown University. She was selected for the National Urban Fellows
America's Leaders of Change class of 2012, is a Scholar with the Aspen Institute's Socrates Society, and serves as an Advisor to the Social Enterprise Program at American University.
Since its founding in 2003, YNPNdc has engaged thousands of young professionals committed to nonprofit sector careers and social change. With more than 9,000 members around the region, YNPNdc is the largest chapter in a nation-wide network of Young Nonprofit Professional organizations. In the past year, YNPNdc produced 50 professional development opportunities for over 1,000 participants, hosted monthly networking events, and convened nearly 200 members at our day-long annual conference.
About Goethe Institut
||The Goethe-Institut Washington organizes and supports cultural events
that present German culture abroad and that further intercultural
exchange. Of special interest to us are film and exhibition projects.
Our language department offers German courses, workshops and seminars
for teachers of German as a Foreign Language, as well as a wide-ranging
testing program to prove proficiency in German.
The Goethe-Institut Washington is responsible for providing cultural
programs and pedagogical and language services to the District of
Columbia and to the states of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and
Delaware. A special, wider-ranging focus of our work involves projects
using the electronic media (internet, radio, and television) for
audiences in the USA, Canada, Mexico, and Cuba. We organize and provide
advice about electronic media projects in the areas of cultural
programming, language services, and information on behalf of the
Goethe-Institut locations in these countries.
Thank you to the following sponsors for their generous support
of YNPNdc’s 9th Annual Celebration!