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Community Conversation on Collective Impact: reimagine change and solve complex social problems with FSG

July 19 at 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Free

Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Community Conversation
Tuesday, July 19, 3:00 – 5:00pm
Ordway Auditorium in Teton County Library

FSG is a recognized leader in collective impact: the commitment of a group of cross-sectoral actors to a common agenda for solving a complex social problem. For over 20 years, FSG has employed rigorous, fact-based analysis and strong facilitation to help organizations create a more equitable world.

Join the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole for a presentation and Q&A with the FSG team as they share more about their journey in helping to launch and support collective impact efforts in areas such as health, education, youth development, economic development, and agricultural sustainability, as shown below.

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FSG has deep experience in developing common vision, creating coherent multi-agency and multi-sector strategies, establishing ongoing learning and communication loops, and ensuring that the appropriate backbone infrastructure and capacity are built to sustain efforts in the long term. You can read more about FSG here.

We hope to see you there. There is a capacity limit so please register today!

**This event is designed for executive and senior nonprofit staff, and nonprofit boards of directors**

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Details

Date:
July 19
Time:
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cost:
Free

Location

Ordway Auditorium in Teton County Library
125 Virginian Lane
Jackson, 83001

Organizer

Suzanne Rees
Phone:
337-344-8309
Email:
srees@cfjacksonhole.org