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FPP 20/20 Fifth Annual Online Conference – The Future Is Now: Leading-Edge Practices for Serving Your Community in 20/20
February 7 @ 9:00 AM - 11:45 AM ESTFree
FPP 20/20 Fifth Annual Online Conference
The Future Is Now: Leading-Edge Practices for Serving Your Community in 20/20
Friday, February 7, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
The fifth annual FPP Online Conference will feature numerous Guest Experts who will share their insights and initiatives that are defining the future of Financial Capability and Community Development in Florida and across the nation.
Register and engage in this rapid-learning session to glean leading-edge knowledge and acumen that will help you prepare for the future . . . because The Future Is Now.
Featured Guest Experts include:
Beth Kerly, Hillsborough Community College
Decisions, Decisions . . . How an Entrepreneurial Mindset Can Impact Your Life!
Learn how expert entrepreneurs think, and how you can apply the six principles of effectuation to your life. By learning what makes an entrepreneur entrepreneurial, you can develop a mindset for success, including problem identification and solving, creative thinking and taking action!
Vinny Tafuro, Institute for Economic Evolution
Financial Stability in the Social Capital Century
Since the Great Depression, personal and community welfare have been defined in financial terms and measured through per capita and community GDP. Economics left society’s social capital fabric to be stretched by market forces.
Today, this social fabric is breaking, and we must develop new tools for measuring and cultivating stability in this century that are more holistic than those of the last.
Daniel Williams, Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)
From Moment to Movement: Using Strategic Relationships to Create Synergistic Outcomes
What if what we’re doing isn’t enough? What if our efforts to help others are being hampered by systemic inefficiencies and redundancies?
This rapid session will examine three ways you and your organization can achieve more effective synergy and collaboration.
Felina Martin, Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE)
Burn the Seat! . . . and Create Your Own “Seat at the Table”: Opportunities Through Collaboration
Stop spending tireless hours trying to get a “seat at the table” to create awareness or garner support of your mission. By utilizing your existing network of stakeholders and donors, you can create limitless opportunities by focusing on those who have a passion to drive impact through a mutually beneficial partnership.
This session will provide examples of thriving collaborations and share quick tips to help you move beyond securing a “seat at the table” to “building your own table.”
Boruch Akbosh, Risepreneur, Inc.
Youth Entrepreneurship Mentoring
Entrepreneurship and Leadership Skills play an important role and shape the future of our High School Students. While in school, teens may develop many soft skills like leadership, emotional intelligence, creative and critical thinking, teamwork, social & communication skills which would help them whether they decide to pursue higher education, start a business or launch a career.
This session will focus on a movement that seeks to develop these critical skills in the rising generation of entrepreneurs.
Dr. Randall Cantrell, University of Florida Cooperative Extension/Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)
Unlocking the Door to Housing for Marginalized Individuals
Many young people find themselves unprepared, for a variety of reasons, to obtain their first lease within the residential marketplace. Most often they are not qualified based on their credit history, nor do they have sufficient funds to cover required move-in or security deposits.
This session addresses ways to assist potentially vulnerable segments in the community before they find themselves marginalized within the residential marketplace.
Mark Batchelor, Cybercrime Support Network
Cybercrime “IRL”: The Personal Effects of Online Crime
Computers, phones, and internet-connected devices are both tools and targets of cybercriminals worldwide. It is estimated that in the United States alone, losses to individuals and small businesses due to cybercrime total in the tens of billions of dollars.
Although 1 in 3 people experience cybercrime, personal costs are often overlooked. This session will focus on how individuals and small businesses are affected on a deeper level, and what can be done before, after or during a cybercrime attack.
This event will be hosted on the GoTo Webinar virtual platform. Participants will receive the link to engage via e-mail upon registration. Reminders will also be sent to registrants one day and one hour prior to the beginning of the session.