Monthly PSO Advocacy Check-Ins will feature comprehensive updates and analysis on legislative issues impacting the sector at the federal and state levels, as well as an open discussion on current policy hot topics, and timely tips on public policy best practices for PSOs and their members.
United Philanthropy Forum is hosting an open discussion for PSO policy leaders and executives. This conversation will allow Forum members the opportunity to reflect and examine what the state and federal public policy implications of the recent Supreme Court decision on abortion and reproductive rights may mean for not only PSOs and their members, but the broader constituencies they serve.
This is a chance for Forum members to ask a nonprofit lawyer about any pressing legal questions you have. Your questions will be answered by Jeff Tenenbaum of the Tenenbaum Law Group.
Here's a chance for more seasoned chief executives of Forum members (more than five years in your role) to connect, learn and share with your peers who are at a similar spot in their careers leading a philanthropy-serving organization.
Join us for a transparent conversation about the unique challenges faced by emerging practitioners in the PSO world. We strongly encourage you to attend if possible as this program will not be recorded.
Join Maggie Potapchuk, MP Associates, Dr. Raquel Gutierrez, Impact Catalyst Partners, and Forum members in being in community together to discuss how the learnings from the assessment profiles can support PSOs in working to advance racial equity and transformational change.
Join your fellow CEOs of Lean, Keen, Producing Machine PSOs (organizations with annual budgets under $600,000) to network, learn and share with each other on how to maximize your organizations' strengths for greatest impact.
Come hear examples of how we can apply and address racial equity in membership work, share your own ideas and be ready to engage in a lively discussion.
Here's a chance for newer chief executives of Forum members (less than two years in your role) to connect, learn and share with your peers who are at a similar spot in their careers leading a philanthropy-serving organization.
On May 25 at 2:00pm ET, please join fellow sector advocates and leaders for the second public policy peer community meeting of the year. During this meeting, attendees will hear federal legislative and government relations updates from staff and guests.