Join us for the Nonprofit Connector, a virtual facilitated networking event focused on connecting individuals and organizations driving impact in the nonprofit sector!
By logging onto the event, you’ll strengthen your network with a diverse community of nonprofit professionals and leaders looking to create meaningful connections, build new partnerships, and share ideas and resources. Whether you’re looking to connect with other nonprofit professionals wanting to find opportunities to collaborate, or looking to transition into the nonprofit sector, this event is for you.
There are very few opportunities for nonprofit professionals and service providers to come together – we hope you’ll join us online for this chance to connect, coordinate, and collaborate within the sector.
The Nonprofit Connector is part of the on-going Connector Series, fiscally sponsored by Prime Produce LTD.
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President, PCI Media
Meesha is a seasoned professional international development program manager with over 20 years of experience in the development and communications field. She provides strategic leadership to ensure excellence in the delivery of global program services and manages partnerships and collaborations to enhance funding, programmatic and creative capacity, and visibility.
Meesha brings her strengths in social and behavior change communications, creative problem solving, facilitation, and process to PCI Media’s breadth of programs, including the highly innovative and successful #ISurvivedEbola Campaign. A truly multimedia platform of documentary videos, radio dramas and much more shared health information and reduced stigma towards Ebola survivors during the 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak.
Meesha holds an MSc in Urban Policy from The New School and a BA from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin.
President, Color Of Change
Rashad Robinson is the President of Color Of Change, a leading racial justice organization driven by more than 1.7 million members who are building power for Black communities. Color Of Change uses innovative strategies to bring about system change in the industries that affect Black people’s lives: Silicon Valley, Wall Street, Hollywood, Washington, corporate board rooms, local prosecutor offices, state capitol buildings and city halls around the country. Under Rashad’s leadership, Color Of Change designs and implements winning strategies for racial justice, among them: forcing corporations to stop supporting Trump initiatives and white nationalists; winning net neutrality as a civil rights issue; holding local prosecutors accountable to end mass incarceration, police violence and financial exploitation across the justice system; forcing over 100 corporations to abandon ALEC, the right-wing policy shop; changing representations of race and racism in Hollywood; moving Airbnb, Google and Facebook to implement anti-racist initiatives; and forcing Bill O’Reilly off the air.
Rashad is widely consulted on strategies for corporate accountability, transforming the criminal justice system, media and tech reform, culture change and narrative infrastructure, and building Black political power. He is a sought-after keynote speaker at events across the country, and appears regularly as a quoted source, interview guest and opinion writer in major media. In addition to media appearances, Rashad has been profiled by The New York Times, Wired, The Root, The Washington Post, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Fast Company, The Huffington Post, PBS, BET and several other outlets. Color Of Change has been named three times in Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list—in 2015, 2018 and 2020—and was profiled by the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Rashad is the proud recipient of awards from organizations as varied as ADCOLOR, the United Church of Christ, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Foundation and Demos. Rashad was a member of the inaugural cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity, and serves on the board of the Hazen Foundation. Previously, Rashad served as Senior Director of Media Programs at GLAAD.