You’re Invited | B.Y.O.B. Breakfast of Champions Series

Bring your own breakfast and YNPN Twin Cities will serve up a healthy side of leadership! Register for the B.Y.O.B. Breakfast of Champions Series to get the inside scoop on how three nonprofit leaders made their way to the top and what advice they can share as you journey on your path. Make 2013 your most networked year yet!

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You are invited to attend:

YNPN Twin Cities Presents: B.Y.O.B. Breakfast of Champions Series

Looking to get to the next level in your nonprofit career? At YNPN Twin Cities’ new B.Y.O.B. Breakfast of Champions series, nonprofit CEOs and Executive Directors will share with you exactly how they did it, what they learned and what they’re looking for in a rising nonprofit leader.
What you need to know

  • Bring your own breakfast and your questions.
  • There will be a YNPN member on site to facilitate and help you get the most out of these discussions.

REGISTER fast as there are only 20 seats available at each breakfast. You can only register for one breakfast per series of three.

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MEET THE SPEAKERS

TristaHarrisFriday, February 1, 7:00-8:30 am, location TBA
Trista Harris, Executive Director of the Headwaters Foundation for Justice
Trista Harris is the executive director of the Headwaters Foundation for Justice, a community foundation with a mission to act as a catalyst for social, racial, economic and environmental justice. She is nationally known as a passionate advocate for new leaders in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors. She writes about generational change on her New Voices of Philanthropy blog and co-wrote How to Become a Nonprofit Rockstar with Rosetta Thurman.

HusseinSamatarFriday, March 1, 7:00-8:30 am, location African Development Center
Hussein Samatar, Executive Director of the African Development Center

Hussein Samatar is the founder and executive director of the African Development Center, an entrepreneurial nonprofit organization that works within the African communities in Minnesota to start and sustain businesses, build wealth, and promote community reinvestment. In this capacity, he has created several culturally-targeted alternative finance products, and is frequently engaged to address financial, governmental, and other community institutions on the topic of building wealth in emerging markets.

ChandaSmithBakerFriday, April 5, 7:00-8:30 am, location Pillsbury United Communities
Chanda Smith Baker, President and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities

Chanda Smith Baker is president and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities, working to create choice, change and connection for people from all walks of life. She worked in various roles at PUC before taking the top spot, including chief learning officer, vice president for strategic partnerships and director of government and community relations.

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