Day 1: Nonprofit Corporate Alliance Leadership Summit

February 10, 2021
1:00-3:30pm ET
Senior Nonprofit Corporate Development Professionals Only

Learn from top nonprofit corporate development pros from Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Make-A-Wish America, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Reading Is Fundamental and Rebuilding Together in this interactive, closed-door session exclusively for senior nonprofit leaders moderated by For Momentum’s Mollye Rhea.

highlights include:

How 2020 Pivots are Paving a path forward

Nonprofit panelists each give a brief overview of a 2020 pivot (including cause activation, employee engagement and mission positioning) with an emphasis on what they learned and how they plan to continue in 2021.

Team Dynamics in the New Normal

Marketplace circumstances have prompted numerous changes in corporate partnership team structures. Hear what other organizations are doing with staffing levels, responsibilities, adjusted sales targets and more.

Peer Consulting Interactive Exercise

Always an audience favorite! Share your current corporate partner challenges with peers, engage in collective brainstorming and walk away with a variety of tangible solutions.

Meet The speakers

Donna Teach

Chief Marketing & Communication Officer
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Donna has been with Nationwide Children’s for 20 years and her current role includes oversight of all marketing, communication and digital functions. Nationwide Children’s 56-member Marketing and PR team supports all aspects of the institution and includes brand strategy, consumer, donor and referral source marketing, call center, market research, web, social media and interactive marketing, media relations and corporate communications. During her 30+-year career in health care marketing and public relations, Donna has gained real-life experience in all areas of the discipline.

Chad Royal-Pascoe

Acting Senior Vice President
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Chad leads the Corporate Partnerships and Account Relationship teams as well as Cause Marketing at BGCA. In his role, he was instrumental in launching the Great Futures Campaign, one of the most ambitious expansions in the organization’s history, securing transformational partnerships and launching a new cause marketing platform. That almost $500M campaign reached its five year goal in slightly over 3.5 years and has fueled massive growth and change across the Movement.

Chris Perry

Vice President, Development
Rebuilding Together
Chris leads the execution and coordination of Rebuilding Together's development strategy and fundraising activities, including annual giving, corporate partnerships, cause marketing, foundation support, government grants, major gifts, planned giving and special events. Prior to joining Rebuilding Together, Chris worked at Children's Miracle Network Hospitals where he managed a strategic partnerships team that raised over $210 million for children's hospitals across North America.

Bryan Klopack

Reading Is Fundamental
Bryan Klopack is a philanthropy strategist with over a decade of experience working with institutional donors building shared equity to create real and sustainable social change. Bryan currently leads a talented team of fundraisers responsible for all public and private fundraising channels and engaging corporate partners in solving the national literacy crisis in America. Prior to RIF, Bryan was VP of Corporate Alliances at Special Olympics International, working with the world’s largest brands in support of inclusion and acceptance of people of all abilities and oversaw more than three dozen corporate partners generating millions of dollars in financial and in-kind resources.

Camille Horn

Director of Corporate Alliances
Make-A-Wish America
Camille Horn has spent more than 35 years in nonprofit fundraising, mainly working for children and healthcare related organizations in several areas including annual giving, event management, corporate support and donor operations. Her wide array of experience across the philanthropy spectrum has given her the ability to provide leadership in multiple areas. She joined Make-A-Wish America in October 2012 and currently leads the team responsible for maintaining and growing existing national corporate partnerships and strategic alliances, raising cash & mission critical in-kind support to grant the wishes of children with critical illnesses.

Mollye Rhea

President & Founder
For Momentum
Mollye Rhea founded For Momentum in 2003, when very few agencies specialized in cause marketing. Since then, For Momentum has become one of the leading cause marketing firms in the U.S. Mollye has served a broad range of nonprofit organizations including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Habitat for Humanity International, American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Arthritis Foundation, Reading is Fundamental, Paralyzed Veterans of America, US Fund for UNICEF, Covenant House, and DonorsChoose to name a few. Corporate and media partners include large pharmaceutical companies, cable networks, hotel brands and
their franchisees and retailers.

The Full Agenda