Early last year, Vantage Point began an exciting new partnership with the City of Vancouver. Together, over the past 15 months, we have provided 232 local not-for-profit leaders with access to learning opportunities focused on leadership and governance.
This unique partnership was born from a shared belief in the critical role not-for-profit leaders play in creating a connected, vibrant and healthy city. “Cultivating excellence in not-for-profit leadership is key to strengthening and creating positive change in our communities,” says Cherryl Masters, Cultural Planner at the City.
Here's a snippet of the results from an independent evaluation of the partnership's impact:
On June 27, we convened 150+ of those leaders to reflect, celebrate our achievements, continue to learn from each other – and dream about what might come next.
The afternoon kicked off with a keynote from Jane Cox of Cause + Affect, the team who brought the globally renowned PechaKucha Nights to Vancouver. Jane set the tone for the afternoon, sharing what she sees as the five central tenets of future leadership. You can check out her slides here.
Annastasia Forst contributed her creative and analytic work ethic (not an oxymoron) to Vantage Point as a past Director of Learning. She is passionate about working with many talented knowledge philanthropists to develop, deliver and evaluate Vantage Point’s board and executive leadership...