Alumni and current participants are invited to Coronect, an evening to explore the structure of business, government, and nonprofit sectors and the value of collaboration. With special guest, Neil Britto of The Intersector Project, you will examine the challenges and benefits of cross-sector styles and collaboration and expand your network base. If you missed this Coronect on Sector Styles as a participant, now is your chance to re-connect.
And you get to network, too! Join Leadership New York, Immigrant Civic Leadership Program, Neighborhood Leadership, and Fellows Program participants and alumni – and special guest Neil Britto – for a Coronect evening.
As Executive Director of The Intersector Project, Neil leads organizational strategy, manages the organization’s research program, and leads efforts to form partnerships with leading organizations interested in cross-sector collaboration. Before joining The Intersector Project, Neil worked as a Project Coordinator and Senior Research Assistant to the York University Community Finance Project where he coordinated a research team to assess the accessibility of local financial services, developed publicly available self-assessment resources, and outlined a framework for social performance assessment to support impact evaluation. Neil also worked as a Principal Researcher for the Social Investment Organization of Canada where he collected, organized, and analyzed environmental, social, and governance data from asset management firms to evaluate the state of responsible investment in Canada. Neil is a member of The World Economic Forum community as a Global Shaper and on the Concordia Public-Private Partnership Index Task Force. He is also a member of the American Society for Public Administration, the International City/County Management Association, and the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation. He studied finance and philosophy at York University in Toronto, Canada and graduated with an Honors Bachelor in Administrative Studies and a Certificate in Practical Ethics.
When: Wednesday, March 16 from 6:00 pm-8:30 pm
Where: Edelman, 250 Hudson Street, 16th Floor Penthouse
6:00-6:15 Opening Reception and Networking
6:15-6:45 Welcome & Introductions
6:30-8:00 Sector Styles with Neil Britto, Executive Director, Intersector Project
8:00-8:30 More Networking!
Alumni Only, register here: $20 for wine, hors d’oeuvres, networking, and workshop