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2023 Symposium on Public Policy for Nonprofits

September 22, 2023 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)


To 2024 and Beyond: Public Policy Recommendations for the Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy 

The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Independent Sector, and Nonprofit Policy Forum invite proposals for the 12th Symposium on Public Policy for Nonprofits, which will focus on surfacing promising public policy recommendations to strengthen the nonprofit sector and philanthropy.

In order to enact public policies that support nonprofits, philanthropy, and the communities they serve, policymakers must first hear from nonprofit leaders and researchers about nonprofit and community needs and policies that will address these needs. One of the best opportunities to educate policymakers is during campaign season when candidates are out in communities, visiting nonprofits, talking to constituents, and receiving ideas from researchers. As the nation looks forward to the 2024 elections and beyond, what public policy recommendations related to nonprofits and philanthropy should be considered by policymakers and others who care about the important role these institutions play in our society? This year’s Nonprofit Public Policy Symposium will feature both researchers and practitioners presenting their research and experience-based policy ideas for discussion

To learn more about the Symposium theme, call for submission and important dates, please visit the Symposium page here.


Andrea Hill 
Momentum Nonprofit Partners

"Case Study: Government and Nonprofit Sector Partnership Model: The Shelby County (TN) Nonprofit Committee"

Sherry Rout
Community Leader and Public Policy Consultant
Janet Lo
Shelby County Nonprofit Committee
Angela Eikenberry
University of Nebraska at Omaha

"Forever is a Long Time: Limiting Charitable Trust Perpetuity and Making Reparations"

Nuri Heckler
University of Nebraska at Omaha

Gretchen Vanderveer
Fair Chance and the Coalition for Nonprofit Equity

"Nonprofit Power Building to Address Structural Inequities"

Michelle Jackson
Human Services Council of New York

Julia Mahoney
Office of Nonprofit Engagement - City and County of Denver

"A Commentary on Policy Development and Reform: The City and County of Denver’s Investment in the Wellbeing of the Nonprofit Sector"

Wil Alson
Office of Nonprofit Engagement - City and County of Denver

Ken Seeley
Office of Nonprofit Engagement - City and County of Denver

Tamara Keshecki
AINOK Consulting LLC / UMass Amherst School of Public Policy

"Pandemic Relief for Nonprofits? What the Government Needs to Know for Next Time"

Brenda Bushouse
School of Public Policy, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Eric Griffith
Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity, Duke University

Tiana Marrese
University of Pennsylvania

"Nonprofit Wage Disparity and the Call for Accessible Childcare"






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