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The Arizona NonProfit Expo offers a quality educational opportunity whether you're just getting started or
years into your mission. Learn everything from successful fundraising strategies to making media
connections that get you noticed. As we organize this year's leaders, we invite you to visit our website for
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Across Maricopa County, students #Demand2Learn but many
are denied the opportunity because of exclusionary policies
and practices in district and charter schools. As education
continues to be a great equalizer in communities across the
country, unfortunately, this reality is not attainable to everyone.

Children across the state are not receiving the quality
education they deserve, and in the last years, we've seen an
increase of practices that push children out of schools,
feeding the criminal justice system, and creating vicious
cycles of adversity for families. The solution is in our
communities' hands, it is only when families, educators and
advocates come together that real change happens.

Luis Avila, of Demand2Learn will enlighten, educate and
empower you with specific steps you can take to ensure
children receive the education they deserve. Register for a
Class Pass today, bring your team, staff or family to this
eye-opening and unforgettable presentation.
Creating a Culture for Engaging Volunteer Accountability and Commitment
-- STEELE AUDITORIUM  TIME: 1:15 P.M. - 2:00 P.M.

Are you struggling with knowing how to effectively utilize your volunteer base? Do you know what to do when
someone offers to volunteer with your organization? Center For Leadership Wellness's techniques and tools
will help you manage volunteers successfully. Don't miss this valuable training covering four centralized points
of focus from the reasons why people volunteer, management & training, as well as the topic of terminating
volunteers and can you do it.

Tricia Hoyt, Ph.D. Cand., Director of Evangelization, Family Ministry and Adult Formation at St Patrick Catholic
Community, has taught on the practice of leadership for over 20 years. She is also a biblical scholar and
theologian, author, and retreat director, and serves on the faculty of the University of Mary and the University of
Incarnate Word. Previously she served as the director of the Office of Peace & Justice for the Diocese of Phoenix
and as Director of the School of Biblical Studies at Kino Institute.

Donna Chase is an Executive Coach & Business Consultant who enjoyed a 32-year career in the Aerospace
Industry. She now leads her own company focused on Leadership & Transitions coaching. Donna holds a BS in
Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University, a MA in Theology & Biblical Studies from Fuller
Theological Seminary, and is a certified Leadership Coach through the Hudson Institute.

Rick Hardy, Director of Programming at the Franciscan Renewal Center, earned a Master's Degree in Pastoral
Theology from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 2009, and has served as a director of faith
formation, pastoral associate, and director of music and liturgy in Arizona, California, and Michigan.

The Center for Leadership Wellness is a part of the Franciscan Renewal Center in Paradise Valley, AZ.  Its
widely acclaimed "Survival School" Seminar is a five-day course in the recruiting, placement and
management of volunteers, offering affirming and effective tools for implementing virtually any vision of
ethical leadership.

Left to Right: Tricia Hoyt, Donna Chase & Rick Hardy - Franciscan Renewal Center

With over 10 years of direct experience, Michele Rebeor, is spreading her wealth of knowledge on how
organizations can strategically engage women through their philanthropy. If you have ever wanted to
understand how to effectively increase the impact of your donor relationships by tapping into this
emerging and highly influential demographic, you will not want to miss this session. From understanding
the unique tendencies in women’s giving to purposeful integration into development practices, and to
more efficient use of events and volunteer opportunities, this 45-minute workshop will present realistic
methods for any size non-profit to capitalize on the increasing power of women in philanthropy.
Understanding Women and Philanthropy –  Creating Opportunity by Utilizing Relevant Trends &
-- STEELE AUDITORIUM  TIME: 2:15 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.