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Speed Pitching for Nonprofits

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Registration
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Program

200 S. Broad Street
Suite 700

Philadelphia, PA 19102
Need help crafting your next big idea? Whether it’s launching a capital campaign, restructuring your mission, or generating a new revenue stream, our panelists can provide fresh perspective and direction. Gain valuable insight on how to pitch an idea, learn important aspects of a successful pitch, and get real-time feedback from some of the best business minds in the region.

Four lucky attendees will be selected to pitch their idea. Interested parties can submit a summary (100-word maximum) of your organizations’ next big opportunity via online registration or email. We’ll be in touch if you are selected for the live pitch on December 11.

Marc Brownstein, President & CEO, Brownstein Group
Eleanor Vaida Gerhards
, Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP
Damien Ghee, Regional Vice President, TD Bank
Lorina Marshall-Blake, President, Independence Blue Cross Foundation
Facilitated by: Krys Sipple, Author, Generocity

How to Pitch:
  • Be realistic. The idea should already be in the planning phase with your board or executive team.
  • Be prepared to concisely define the problem and/or opportunity and how it fits into your organization’s mission.
  • Have one big question to ask the panelists.
  • Be prepared to answer questions and receive feedback from the panelists and audience.
  • Remain within the time limit (2 – 3 minutes).


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Non-Member Individual Ticket


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