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AFP-IC Luncheon Program - Kindelsperger Forum

September 13, 2017

Kindelsperger Forum

"Big Bet Philanthropy"

11:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.  Registration and Lunch Buffet open
12:00-1:30 p.m.   Annual Meeting and Program

Location:  The Willows on Westfield, 6729 Westfield Blvd, Indianapolis

AFP Members:  $30
Non-members:  $60

Register Online

Please register by Friday, September 8, 2017. No cancelations or refunds after Friday, September 8, 2017.

 

Jaison Morgan is the CEO of Common Pool, an organization responsible for the launch of the MacArthur Foundation's 100&Change program, offering $100 million to a single organization to solve some of society's biggest problems.  He's been recognized by the BBC as the world's expert in designing incentives to drive innovative breakthroughs.  He helped establish a lab at MIT to study how targeted rewards can be used to induce new solutions to engineering challenges.  He was also the head of prize development for the X PRIZE Foundation. Jaison completed graduate studies at the University of Chicago and is a frequent lecturer on the subject of incentive engineering.

 

 

 

The Kindelsperger Forum is a leadership presentation honoring the contributions of Kris W. Kindelsperger, the former Senior Executive Consultant at Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates, to the Central Indiana nonprofit Community.

About The Kindelsperger Forum
The Kindelsperger Forum is an annual program of the AFP Indiana Chapter which will bring thought leaders in fundraising and philanthropy to Indianapolis to discuss strategic issues impacting the profession in honor of Kris W. Kindelsperger.  Kindelsperger was a valued and influential advancement professional who helped hundreds of nonprofit organizations make a lasting impact through his nearly 35 years of service to the community.

 

Kris Kindelsperger
1949-2014

Kris served as a valued and influential advancement professional for more than 20 years before joining Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates as a Senior Consultant in 2000.  Over the next 14 years, he worked with hundreds of organizations and made a significant and lasting impact on the lives of client staff, volunteers, and those they served.  For his colleagues at JGA, Kris was a quiet and reflective advisor, a welcoming and friendly voice in deliberations, a persistently hopeful and inspiring example, and a gentle spirit that made everyone believe in the possibilities of our common work together.