On the Road: NatCon24

Be sure to stop by Booth 1321 in the exhibit hall at the America's Center Convention Complex (ACCC) and say hello to Joe Perrow, network growth manager, along with other members of the Social Current team. Karen Johnson, senior director of Change in Mind and Kelly Martin, director of practice excellence, will be presenting workshop B14 – Transformational Change in Texas: Impacts of the Texas Change in Mind Learning Collaborative in Room 104/105, Level 1 of the ACCC at 4:15-5:15 p.m. on Monday, April 15. On Tuesday, April 16, Joe Perrow will be on the panel for C4 – What Makes Accreditation Worth the Effort? in Room 276, Level 2 of the ACCC at 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. We hope to see you there!

On the Road: CWLA 2024 National Conference

Come say hello to Amy Templeman, senior director of child, family, and community well-being and Romero Davis, director of practice excellence at the Social Current booth in the exhibit hall. Amy and Romero will also be presenting with Angela Pharris from the Hope Research Center in session F12 – The Science of Hope and Barriers to Belongingness on Friday, April 19 at 9:15 am – 10:30 am.

Information Session: Impact Partnerships

Social Current has launched an updated solution—Impact Partnerships, formerly known as Engagement Packages. Impact Partnerships offer resources to support organizational excellence, including new convenings and networking opportunities, participation in our workforce resilience virtual learning series, continued access to the online resource library, and more.

Free

Convening for Chief Executives

This convening will offer learning and networking tailored to chief executives of human services organizations. By bringing together sector leaders from across the nation and Canada who truly understand each other’s day to day, it will offer a safe space to develop relationships, share challenges, find solutions, and build community.

$595 – $845

Information Session: Impact Partnerships

Social Current has launched an updated solution—Impact Partnerships, formerly known as Engagement Packages. Impact Partnerships offer resources to support organizational excellence, including new convenings and networking opportunities, participation in our workforce resilience virtual learning series, continued access to the online resource library, and more.

Free

Nonprofit Sector Fraud Trends and Anti-Fraud Tips

In this webinar, Social Current Strategic Industry Partner Your Part-Time Controller will share the year's more prevalent fraud trends. YPTC will also discuss anti-fraud tips and examine ways in which nonprofit organizations can protect their organizations.

Free

On the Road: NJHSA PowerNET

Stop by the Social Current booth to pick up some cool swag and visit with Marisa Collins, director of strategic partnerships and partner communications, to learn more about our wide-range of solutions including COA Accreditation, Impact Partnerships, consulting, and more!

On the Road: ACRC Annual Conference

Be sure to stop by our exhibit booth to meet Rachael Rucker, network engagement specialist, to learn more about our complete range of solutions. COA accredited and Impact Partners be sure to pick-up your badge ribbons along with some cool swag to show your Social Current pride. Hope to see you there!

2024 Executive Leadership Institute

Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business 820 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL, United States

The Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) equips senior-level managers and executives with the knowledge and skills to oversee day-to-day operations and prepare for the future and greater systems change. For this upcoming May 2024 session, Social Current will partner with Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, accessing first-class faculty and specialized expertise, as well as the flexibility to create a program to grow students’ leadership skills.

$4750 – $5750

Advancing Equity in Adoption through Innovative Provider Payments and Data-Driven Policy Changes

During this presentation, Social Current Strategic Industry Partner Public Consulting Group (PCG) will provide an overview of its work on two initiatives in Michigan to tackle systemic inequities in adoption. PCG will discuss factors instrumental this work’s success, which include effective collaboration, merging stakeholder feedback with quantitative analysis, a willingness to pilot novel rates, and the boldness to recommend concrete action to address systemic inequities.

Free