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Empowerment and Success Conference - Key Speaker

Empowerment and Success Conference - Key Speaker

REGISTER HERE: http://empowerment.nz/register/

Introducing one of our Keynote Speakers

Dorothy Adams

Acting Chief Executive Social Investment Agency

Social Investment Agency‘s Dorothy Adams previously headed the Social Investment Unit since its establishment in July 2015. Before taking up this role she was GM Insights, Ministry of Social Development (MSD), responsible for leading their data, analytics and evidence hub.

Prior to joining the Ministry in 2008, Dorothy worked in local government for 10 years specialising in policy and governance, with her most recent role being Manager, Strategic Development at Hutt City Council. Dorothy has also held senior roles in the Department of Labour, NZ Employment Service and was an advisor to the Minister of Employment.

Dorothy has a Master of Public Administration from Monash University and an LLB from Victoria University of Wellington. She is an Enrolled Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Wellington.

Her presentation is entitled:

How community social services can respond effectively in a social investment environment
Data and investment will remain part of the social services environment for some time to come. Dorothy will explore how NGOs can best prepare and plan for this environment.

For more information go to the Conference website here: http://empowerment.nz/
This is a reasonably priced conference designed to support support NGOs and Community Organisations to be better informed and more able to promote their own value, to better understand the wide range of changes occurring in the operating environment and to better plan the way forward.

REGISTER HERE: http://empowerment.nz/register/
Regsitration Prices:
Early bird specials (before 13 October)
Full conference + dinner - $440 : Full conference - $390 : One Day $205 : Dinner only $70
Full registration (after 13 October)
Full conference + dinner - $500 : Full conference - $450 : One Day $240 : Dinner only $70
Note: prices are GST-exclusive
REGISTER HERE: http://empowerment.nz/register/

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR SMALL ORGANISATIONS
We have a special sponsorship from JR McKenzie Trust to enable 10 small organisations who would otherwise struggle to attend this conference.
Small organisations are invited to apply for a sponsored registration.
There will be 5 registrations available to members of NZCCSS and 5 registrations available to members of C.N.A.
All application must be made by September 15th. Decisions will be made by a blind draw in the last week of September.
Please send an application by clicking on this link.


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