Learn How Giving is Good for the Bottom Line
Jennifer Flowers, founder & CEO of Accreditation Guru, Inc., will moderate the Tompkins Mahopac Power Breakfast on Feb. 15 with a program on how philanthropy can help businesses grow. Among the topics that will be discussed are: corporate responsibility global vs. local; how to work with and mentor neighboring not-for-profits and giving best practices that generate business at the same time. Flowers is certified in Nonprofit Board Education by BoardSource.
The program’s panel of experts includes:
- Craig Heard, President/CEO, Gateway Outdoor Advertising
- Alison Madison, President, Madison Approach Staffing Inc.
- Doug Singer, Co-Founder, Falcon & Singer PC
- Sean P. Murphy, Vice-President, Murphy Brothers Contracting Inc.
- Geri Pell, Private Wealth Advisor, CEO, Pell Wealth Partners
Don’t miss this special event 8 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at The Crowne Plaza in White Plains. To register visit thebcw.org/events.
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