The Nonprofit Insights webinar series brings major thought leaders and experts to you for thought-provoking presentations on a variety of issues related to technology and engaging your community members for social good.
Ever ask yourself “What if?” when it comes to your volunteer program? What if you took more risks? What if you stepped outside your comfort zone and took more risks and reached for the big, hairy, audacious goals that you dream about? It’s time these daydreams became a reality!
Inspired by the Case Foundation’s Be Fearless campaign to encourage a more fearless approach to creating lasting change, this month’s Nonprofit Insights webinar is about trying things that are out of our comfort zone, being fearless and dreaming big – with your volunteer engagement.
Fearless Volunteer Engagement – A New Way to Dream Big and Reach Your Goals
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Wednesday, July 31, 2013
11am – 12pm PT (2-3pm ET)
Join Sarah Koch, Case Foundation Director of Social Innovation to learn about the key values of the Case Foundation’s Be Fearless campaign, which focuses on igniting a more fearless approach to changemaking. Featured panelists will explore how their organizations have stepped away from traditional ways of engaging volunteers, and how this has helped them develop new approaches to tackling some of the social sector’s toughest challenges.
About Our Speaker:
Sarah Koch joined the Case Foundation team in the summer of 2012 to head up the Finding Fearless campaign. With a background in developing and marketing online tools for nonprofits with Causes.com, Sarah jumped right into the crowdsourced campaign to find fearless changemakers.
As Director of Social Innovation at Case, Sarah not only heads up initiatives such as Finding Fearless, but also works with grantees and partners to innovate and engage online and offline.
Originally from Wisconsin, Sarah still lives for cheese and the Green Bay Packers. She attended Luther College, where she studied Sociology and Spanish, and has spent time traveling throughout Latin America. When not working to make the world a better place, Sarah can usually be found experimenting with gluten free baking or singing her heart out in a local chorus.