Join your fellow YAC advisors for this annual gathering to share ideas, deepen your knowledge and further your support of youth philanthropists in Michigan. This year we will explore best practices on supporting youth-led work, the challenges and opportunities facing advisors who are not on staff with their community foundation and cohort time designed by similar asset sizes. This virtual engagement is open to community foundation staff or volunteers who serve in a leadership or support role with their youth advisory council.
Daniel Gaken, director, Sarah R. Opperman leadership institute, Central Michigan University
Daniel M. Gaken has more than fifteen years of professional experience in leadership programming and has served as the director of the Central Michigan University Leadership Institute since 2009. Dan travels the country to share his message and facilitates sessions of the LeaderShape Institute around the nation for college students. Kendall/Hunt published Dan’s first book, Leadership & Service: An Introduction, which he co-authored with Senator George McGovern and Dr. Donald Simmons, in 2008. In addition to leadership, Dan has a strong interest in serving his community and is a member of the Games Committee for Special Olympics Michigan. Gaken holds both an undergraduate degree and Master of Arts in history from Central Michigan University.
There is no cost to participate, but registration is required.
May 10, 2021 at 5:00 PM EDT