Collective Impact to
Address Social Challenges:
The Role of the Nonprofit Sector
You can attend this forum online through a live webcast.
8:30 – 10:30 a.m. CDT
450 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr.
Chicago, Illinois 60611
For those who wish to view the live webcast, please follow the link below. You will be taken to an e-mail sign-up page. Instructions for viewing the webcast will be sent out via e-mail 72 hours in advance of the event.
The live webcast will also be available for viewing on the Chapin Hall website during the Child and Family Policy Forum.
9 a.m. CDT | Program length: 1.5 hours
Register for the live webcast
Achieving positive outcomes for young children and their families requires new thinking in how we conceptualize, address, and finance our interventions. Increasingly, teams of institutions and organizations are working together to establish a common vision and mutually reinforced objectives, rather than individual institutions or agencies focusing on a single set of goals. Within this context, the nonprofit sector has a unique opportunity to advance innovation in program planning — through the promotion of high-quality program replication and using data to guide collective decision making. Working in partnership with public agencies, the nonprofit sector has the potential to create and test new ideas in ways that can complement and strengthen child and family policy. This forum discusses several examples of how strong leadership within the nonprofit sector is achieving these outcomes in both the United States and Australia, and identifies the challenges the sector faces moving forward.
Anne Cohn Donnelly, Senior Lecturer, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Diana Rauner, President, Ounce of Prevention Fund
Richard Jones, Senior Vice President of Community Investment, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
Jo Cavanagh, CEO, Family Life
Deborah Daro, Senior Research Fellow, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
A recording will be archived after the event on the Chapin Hall website.