SAVE THE DATE!

Join us August 4th & 5th, 2020 in Casper, Wyoming!

The Wyoming Nonprofit Conference, at Casper’s Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center brings together those working for the nonprofit community to learn and share best practices. The conference is sure to re-energize you with strategies and lessons that make a difference to your nonprofit! 

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Registration will open in January 2020.

Giving Tuesday Contest!

We want to send one person from YOUR favorite nonprofit to attend! To enter, visit us on our Facebook & Instagram pages on Giving Tuesday (12/3)! You will see a post on how you can win!

This conference is made possible by our Title Sponsor, First Interstate Bank!

2020 Keynote Speakers

Julia Campbell

Julia Campbell has run her digital marketing consulting business for almost a decade, focused exclusively on mission-driven organizations. A mom of 2 and a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, she is the author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, a call-to-action for nonprofits to use stories to accomplish their missions. Based in Boston, Julia is a global authority on digital storytelling, with happy clients spanning the globe from Moscow to San Francisco. She has provided workshops and training to Meals on Wheels America, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and Facebook. Julia is a frequent contributor to Nonprofit Tech for Good, Social Media Today, Maximize Social Business, Elevation Web, Network for Good, Wild Apricot, and others. Her passion is to get nonprofits of all sizes to stop spinning their wheels on social media and to start getting real results using digital tools.

Sarai Johnson

Sarai Johnson is a best-selling author, sought after speaker, and creatrix coach. Sarai has nearly two decades of experience managing businesses, nonprofits, people, projects, and as a creative entrepreneur. She earned her Master of Public Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Oregon, and certifications in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Book Yourself Solid® Coaching, 200 RYT Yoga Alliance, and project management, among others, and is an Emerge Oregon alumna. At home, Sarai enjoys her rambunctious boys, Kalevvi and Taavi, her boyfriend, Isaac Judd, and her dog, Penny, in their hometown of Eugene, Oregon. When she isn’t creating, writing, speaking, or coaching, she is probably getting lost in the woods or floating down a river somewhere.

Pamela Jones Davidson

Pamela Jones Davidson, J.D., is President of DAVIDSON GIFT DESIGN, Bloomington, Indiana, a consulting firm specializing in gift planning, planned giving program design and implementation, and training. Before forming her own company in 1999, she was a charitable gift planner and consultant for three years with Laura Hansen Dean and Associates, Indianapolis, Indiana. From 1985 through 1996, she was with Indiana University Foundation, leaving that organization as its Executive Director of Planned Giving and Associate Counsel. Ms. Davidson was the 1999 President of the National Committee on Planned Giving, and served NCPG in various capacities during her six years on the Board, in 1995 as Education Chair, in 1996 as Secretary, and as President Elect in 1998. She served as NCPG’s 2000 Nominating Committee Chair and as a past president, is a member and current Chair of its Ethics Committee. Ms. Davidson is on the Editorial Board of the Planned Giving Design Center. She is a past board member and past treasurer of the Indiana Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives (now AFP), and a past board member and president of the Planned Giving Group of Indiana. She is a past president of the Network of Career Women, and a Leadership Bloomington alumna. She is a member of the Indianapolis and Indiana State Bar Associations. She serves on the Boards of The Middle Way House, her community’s nationally recognized women’s shelter, and Edgewood Choral Foundation, and on the Community Advisory Boards of both her local public radio and television stations.