The Connected Communities Conference

Presented by BPM & Neuberger Berman 01.17.18


Senior Portfolio Manager - Neuberger Berman

Featured in Michael Lewis’ award-winning book “The Big Short” as one of the few people to correctly predict the financial crisis of 2007, which became a #1 New York Times bestseller.

The book subsequently was made into an Academy Award Best Picture nominee.

Steve is currently a Senior Portfolio Manager for the Eisman Group, within Neuberger Berman’s Private Asset Management division.

The Connected Communities conference brings together nonprofit leaders for a day of the hottest topics and leading speakers in the sector. Whether you are a CFO, Executive Director, or on the Board of Directors of a nonprofit organization, this conference will challenge you to take your organization to the next level. Network and learn from your peers and nonprofit innovators creating new operating models for success. This all-day conference will include exciting keynote and plenary sessions in the morning, followed by afternoon breakout tracks designed to provide you flexibility for your custom learning experience. For 30 years, BPM has been providing exceptional learning opportunities to the nonprofit community through its hosted educational seminars and conferences. The Connected Communities conference will undoubtedly be another must-attend BPM event. Register to attend today, space is limited.

Registration is closed for this event. For more information, please contact Lisa Griffin at LiGriffin@bpmcpa.com or call (415) 288-6233.


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Parc 55 San Francisco
55 Cyril Magnin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

January 17, 2018
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Conference Highlights:

• Breakout tracks focusing on accounting, investing, leasing, legal, HR, risk management, systems, governance, and cyber security

• Technology demos

• Free professional headshots

• GuideStar and LinkedIn consultants to assist with profile updates

• Great networking

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