Moving to a systems approach—focusing more on underlying social conditions than individual behaviors—can sound like a daunting leap. But the 2018 Alliance Executive Leadership Conference will help you focus on this strategy, surrounding you with a small group of chief executives, top-notch facilitators, and peers who are excelling in this work.

Hear from a panel of executives in the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities network who are using a systems lens and a neighborhood focus to achieve greater results with children, families, and communities. They'll share how the initiatives operate and thrive, so you can build on their successes and avoid their missteps.

The panel will share systems solutions that support:

  • Children at risk of entering child welfare
    (Leslie J. Newman, CEO, Children & Families First)

  • Health and well-being in a local neighborhood
    (Mike Hanley, CEO, United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern PA)

  • Multiple generations in leading safe, stable, rewarding lives
    (Nancy Brady, president, Neighborhood House)

Following the panel, dig deeper during breakout conversations.

Learn more about the Alliance Executive Leadership Conference, to be held May 16-18 in Birmingham, Alabama, and register online to participate.

Contact the Alliance Meetings Department with questions.