Match Made in Heaven: Strategic Nonprofit-Corporate Partnerships
Host: Brandolon Barnett & Dianne Katsakis Quebral
Partnerships are powerful.
Together, nonprofit organizations and corporations can truly change the world for good. Unfortunately, these relationships are few and far between – a result of misaligned values, goals, and strategies.
Join us as we discuss the power of partnerships with a focus on the evolving nature of cooperation in the age of corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Complete with real partnership examples and tactics, you’ll leave with a better understanding of:
- How to form a nonprofit-corporate partnership
- The evolving nature of these relationships
- How to select partners for values intersections
- The powerful role of data in partnerships
- Why real partnerships have seen success
About the Speakers
Brandolon has successfully managed NGO initiatives in the realm of environmental sustainability, cultural heritage, and economic development in major US markets and on the ground in 5 countries on 3 continents. He currently acts as Manager of the Philanthropic Research & Analysis division of FrontStream. This team coordinates internal CSR efforts, works to integrate useful data into FrontStream’s existing product and service offerings, and conducts reporting to serve clients utilizing FrontStream’s suite of software and services.
Dianne Katsakis Quebral
Dianne is the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program Manager, located in the Office of Public Private Partnerships (OP3) for Fairfax County Government in Fairfax, Virginia. OP3 catalyzes sustainable public private partnerships to facilitate civic and corporate engagement and leverages resources that address county priorities. Dianne identifies and engages corporate partners and works with non-profits to support county agency priorities and address community needs.