NEI & RLI Exclusive! Virtual Brain Buzz with Gilbert + Chittenden
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NEI & RLI Exclusive! Virtual Brain Buzz with Gilbert + Chittenden

What could the very best Omaha in 2025 look like? Join your fellow NEI & RLI family to ask 'what if...' and dream big in this highly interactive and engaging session. Space is limited - register today!

 Export to Your Calendar 7/9/2020
When: July 9, 2020
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Where: Zoom
Contact: Rosey


Online registration is available until: 7/8/2020
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Calling current NEI & RLI classes and alumni!

Join us for a break from the day to day as we ask and answer:

What could the very best Omaha in 2025 look like?

Come together with your NEI & RLI family to dream big and ask 'what if?'

Thursday, July 9th, 2020

3:30pm - 5:00pm

Snacks, beverages, casual clothes, pets, roommates walking through the background, random interruptions, and all other oddities that come from working remotely are welcome.

This event is exclusively for current NEI & RLI classes and alumni. 

Registration fees: $25. Scholarships are available. Contact Rosey - rosey@nonprofitam.org

To make thoughtful discussion and participation possible, we have limited registration to the first 50 registrants. Be sure you register TODAY to reserve your spot!

About your facilitators, Gilbert + Chittenden

Dan Gilbert works with leaders, policymakers, educators, and nonprofit “doers” on design thinking, learning, and strategy.  Through workshops, strategic consulting, and speaking, he helps organizations build cultures marked by creativity, caring, and learning. Dan has worked with universities around the world, government ministries in Denmark and Sweden, global corporations, and foundations and nonprofits in the United States. 

In addition to consulting, Dan has taught multiple design thinking and learning courses at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education and at Aarhus University in Denmark. He holds a Master’s degree in Learning, Design, and Technology from Stanford.

Read more about Dan on his LinkedIn profile.

 

Stuart Chittenden believes that conversation helps us to live better and work well. Driven by that belief, Stuart designs and delivers conversation programs for corporate and non­profit organizations, and for public and community purposes. Stuart is formerly a partner at the Omaha-­based branding consultancy, David Day Associates, where he consulted on brand strategy with local and national clients. 

Prior to consulting, Stuart was a London-based lawyer working with international legal practices. He has a Master’s level certification in Organization Learning & Development through the UK’s Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Read more about Stuart on his LinkedIn profile.