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[Orr Group Webinar] Virtual Conversations Series, Part 2: Leadership Matters: Building Diverse Executive Teams, Boards and Donor Pipelines that Add Value and Drive Better Results
Orr Group Managing Directors, Kelly Dunphy and Craig Shelley, will be joined by special guests, Marco Davis, President and Chief Executive Officer at Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and Elliott Gaskins, Managing Director of Development at Share Our Strength.

In this webinar, we will focus on the importance of diversifying leadership and the impact it has on organizational culture and fundraising. We will explore what it takes to build diverse executive teams, boards and donor pipelines, and the value-add diversity, equity and inclusion brings to your organization's overall mission and longevity.

Oct 7, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Marco Davis
President & CEO @Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
Marco A. Davis is President and CEO of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to developing the next generation of Latino leaders. Prior to joining CHCI, he was a partner at New Profit, a national nonprofit venture philanthropy, where he led an effort to create a more equitable social sector, and served as organizational lead on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Davis served in the Obama Administration as Deputy Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics and as Director of Public Engagement for the Corporation for National and Community Service. Previously, he was Director of Global Fellowship and Regional Manager for Latin America at Ashoka’s Youth Venture, and led leadership development for UnidosUS (formerly the National Council of La Raza), where he created the Líderes Initiative.
Elliott Gaskins
Managing Director of Development @Share Our Strength
As managing director of development at Share Our Strength, Elliott oversees a team across the country focused on securing major and foundation gifts, building the vision and leading a team that executes fundraising dinners for No Kid Hungry Dinner and other cultivation events, as well as building multi-year plans and strategies to significantly grow revenue. For more than two decades Elliott has worked at some of the premier nonprofit institutions in the country including The Aspen Institute, The Alzheimer’s Association, The Nature Conservancy, and America’s Promise Alliance. During his tenure at these organizations he raised millions of dollars and executed multi-year campaigns, led national special events, created, designed and implemented comprehensive strategic plans and led critical work on diversity, equity and inclusion.