WHAT IS THE SOCIAL CHANGE CAREERS SERIES?

The Social Change Career Series highlights the diversity of work and professional experiences related to social good. Speakers work in Nonprofit, Philanthropy, Government and Corporate roles and share their career journey, work life, and professional experiences with an online audience. The conversation is part of the Social Change Leadership Program at the SISGI Group and led by Thenera Bailey, President/CEO. Current Social Change Leadership program participants, alums and the public are invited to ask questions and connect with the speakers in this unique online conversation on social change careers. 

This is a free online event. You can join the conversation from any computer or mobile device!

If you would be interested in sharing your career journey as a speaker in this series please email careerseries@sisgigroup.org. 
 

2016 SPEAKERS

Engage with industry thought leaders who will share their career journey and current role in creating social change and social good.  

Stefanie Cruz

Senior Director Digital Strategy

America's Promise Alliance
February 2016
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Stefanie Weiss

VP Communications and Knowledge Management

America's Promise Alliance
February 2016
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Yvonne Siu-Turner

Sr. Manager, Corporate Resources and Programs

Points of Light Corporate Institute
March 31, 2016
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Erica Hamilton

Executive Director and Vice President

City Year New York
April 14, 2016
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Lois Nembhard

DeputyDirector

CNCS Social Innovation Fund
May 2016
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Chera Reid

Director of Strategic Learning, Research and Evaluation

Kresge Foundation
June 22, 2016

Sally Prouty

Interim CEO

National Conference on Citizenship
July 25, 2016

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This Month's Speaker...
Sally Prouty
National Conference on Citizenship

Sally Prouty
Interim CEO

  • As Interim CEO, Sally Prouty engaged the Board of Directors in establishing strategic direction and vision for the organization and is leading through implementation. As a member of the Civic Renewal Team, she is providing strategic leadership with a focus on development, financial and operational
    management, and communications. Guided by the belief that civic engagement leaders must broaden their scope of influence, she is committed to engaging new partners and audiences in a national civic renewal effort.
     
    Sally most recently served as Interim Director of PACE, Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement, where she supported the board of directors in planning for the future of PACE and provided leadership in its search for a new executive director.
     
    In 2012 after serving nearly a decade as President and CEO of The Corps Network, Sally was appointed as the inaugural PACE Fellow to provide thought leadership and guidance on their ‘Civic Pathways out of Poverty’ project. PACE, Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement, is a learning collaborative for funders doing work in the fields of civic engagement, service and democratic practice.
     
    As President and CEO of The Corps Network (TCN), a national member association representing service and conservation corps, she led work focused on assuring quality, advancing policy, and building partnerships in support of its member corps. Through leadership in policy and practice, TCN promotes national and community service as a strategy to revitalize communities, preserve and restore the environment, prepare young people for responsible, productive lives, and build
    civic spirit through service.
     
    Immediately prior to appointment at TCN, Sally served seven years as Director of the Ohio Civilian Conservation Corps operating two residential and six non-residential programs. During her tenure the Civilian Conservation Corps was recognized for effectiveness by the Annie E. Casey Foundation;one of the premier youth programs in the nation; positively engaging youth and young adults
    exiting incarceration. Prior to her work with Civilian Conservation, she served four years as Deputy Director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources representing the divisions of Water, Soil and Water Conservation, Geological Survey, Civilian Conservation, Recycling and Litter Prevention, Public Information and Education.
     
    In addition to 30 years in the public and private sectors, including administrative and faculty positions as a nurse, Sally has held volunteer positions at the local, state, national, and international levels including service on a city board of education and on the founding board of a charter school. 
     
    She currently serves on the advisory board for Community Renewal International. A Registered Nurse, Prouty also holds a degree in Organizational Communication from Capital University.
     

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