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For-profit vs. Non-profit Governance: What Translates and What Doesn't

Classroom
June 14, 2018
Norwalk, CT


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Member Price: $45
Non-Member Price: $65

Location and Time

 

Shore & Country Club
220 Gregory Boulevard
Norwalk, CT 06855

7:30 AM - 8:00 AM   Registration and Breakfast

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM   Program

900 AM - 9:30 Am   Networking

 



Speaker Spotlight

 

Al Barber

President of CCFC, Mr. Barber serves as the Secretary of Pastoral and Human Services for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport overseeing nursing homes and prison ministry. He joined the non-profit world in 2004 after nearly five decades in corporate America. The majority of those years were with General Electric where he worked in 9 different business units both in financial and general management roles. His last assignments were as CFO, manager of technical operations, and president of sports with NBC, as well as serving as the first CEO of CNBC. He then served as CEO or COO of a global print business, a social media company and corporate lodging firm.

Juanita James

Juanita T James is President & CEO of Fairfield County’s Community Foundation. Formerly, Juanita was Pitney Bowes’ Chief Marketing & Communications Officer and enjoyed a 20-year career with Time Warner and Bertelsmann. She is a Director for Asbury Automotive Group; First County Bank; Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, CFLEADS (Community Foundations Leading Change) and Connecticut Council for Philanthropy and a former Director of the Rouse Company. In 2015, Juanita was named a Savoy Magazine “Power 300 – Most Influential Black Corporate Directors”. Presently, she is Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees at Lesley University, a Trustee Emerita of Princeton University and is formerly a Trustee of UCONN. Some of the honors bestowed upon Juanita include: American Cancer Society “Women Leading the Way to Wellness”; Girl Scouts of CT “Woman of Merit”; Moffly Media “Light a Fire”; NAACP “100 Most Influential Blacks in CT” and “Stamford Citizen of the Year”. Juanita received Honorary Doctor of Laws degrees from Mitchell College and Fairfield University; a master’s degree in Business Policy from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University.

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