Day 2: True Confessions and Success Strategies From Corporate Alliance Superstars

February 11, 2021
1:00-4:00pm ET
The Main Event - Perfect For Your Entire Corporate Partner Team

Nonprofit experts from Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, KABOOM! and National Park Foundation each tell a war story describing a challenge they faced with corporate partners
and offer their suggestions about how to work more effectively
with partners along all steps of the partner life cycle.

You'll be surprised by engaging and interactive activities along the way...

highlights include:


Artis Stevens

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Artis Stevens has a diverse background in generating awareness and revenue to drive greater impact for youth, families, and communities in need. His passion for building purpose-driven brands and cultivating boards and talent has inspired partnerships with more than 60 of the most well-known brands in the country. Prior to BBBSA, Artis served as Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of National 4-H Council, leading the organization's brand positioning, alumni and marketing campaigns, digital transformation and local engagement efforts.

Maureen Carlson

Chief Programs and Marketing Officer
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Maureen Carlson leads a team focused on delivering programs to raise significant funds for children’s hospitals and highlighting the social impact children’s hospitals have on local communities. With two decades of CSR, nonprofit executive management and agency leadership experience, Maureen is a veteran in the corporate partnership space. For more than a decade, Maureen has been a sought-after consultant helping nonprofits increase their fundraising and companies maximize their social good and has ignited more than $150 million in incremental fundraising and billions of positive branding impressions for her nonprofit and corporate clients.

Lysa Ratliff

Lysa has spent the past 25 years building partnerships that bring resources back into communities that have been disinvested in for decades. She has led development and marketing teams at KABOOM!, Save the Children and Habitat for Humanity International. At KABOOM! she has most notably advanced the organization's DEI work. Lysa also has a strong background in marketing communications, and has developed social good and brand building campaigns in the United States and in Europe.

Stefanie Mathew

Senior Vice President, Corporate Partnerships
National Park Foundation
Stefanie manages NPF’s corporate partnerships team in building strategic alliances with leading corporations to support critical park priorities and engage their key audiences in national parks across the nation. Stefanie previously served as director of development and acting co-director at the National Archives Foundation, and in institutional giving and capital campaign support positions at Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, and Pittsburgh Public Theater.

The Full Agenda